Cleburne County Information
The state of Alabama hosts Cleburne County. A local census found that Cleburne County had 15,056 occupants in 2020. The current county seat in Cleburne County is Heflin.
The county was founded in 1866.
It is named in honor of Patrick R. Cleburne of Arkansas who rose to the rank of major general in the Confederate States Army.
Cleburne County Arrest Records
In Cleburne County, the authorities keep arrest records on every last crime. Cleburne County crimes are broken into violent crimes and property crimes. 18 violent and 188 property crimes occured in Cleburne County back in 2021.
Cleburne County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff: Jon Daniel 140 Lambert Drive
Heflin, AL 36264
Phone: (256) 463-7336 Fax: (256) 463-7687
Cleburne County Criminal Records
All records of criminals in Cleburne County are all updated. This includes anyone in Cleburne County who's a sex offender and lives, works, attends school, or is jailed. All Cleburne County locals may access an up-to-date copy of this register.
Citizens of Cleburne County can therefore search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. Residents can also look up specific offenders in Cleburne County. This includes any incarcerated or non-compliant offenders in Cleburne County.
Cleburne County Court Records
In Cleburne County, the circuit court system oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Court records in Cleburne County are preserved by the court clerk. In Cleburne County to acquire these records, residents must enquire at:
Cleburne County Circuit Court
Warren G. Sarrell III, Clerk
113 Temple Ave N
120 Vickery Street, Room 202
Heflin, AL 36264
Phone: (256) 463-2651
The Court of Appeals in Alabama holds the power to analyze all contested cases across the state. The Alabama lower courts are made up of 67 superior or trial courts found across the state's 67 counties, including Cleburne County.
NOTE - Ordinary records in Cleburne County can be directed by mail, email, or fax. Nevertheless, official Cleburne County records may only be delivered via mail.
Cleburne County Public Records
In Cleburne County, every individual has public record information kept on them. The Center for Health Statistics (CHS) manages the vital records system and gathers health-related statistical data for the state of Alabama including Cleburne County. Having multiple copies keeps the records protected and they can then be used for statistical analysis later on.
The CHS files, saves, and provides certified copies of public information including birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates for events that occur in Alabama A computerized vital records system called Vital Statistics Image Oriented Network or ViSION, enables vital records to be granted through all Alabama county health departments
The Alabama Open Records Law which was passed in 1923, claims that all Cleburne County occupants can access and copy all public vital records. This allows residents to access, inspect and take a copy of public records. Cleburne County inhabitants can apply records at:
Cleburne County Probate Court
120 Vickery Street Ste. 101
Heflin, AL 36264
Phone: (256) 463-5655 Fax: (256) 463-1044
Cleburne County comes with a charge per copy. Birth records in Cleburne County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that. Death certificates in Cleburne County will set a person back $15.00 for a first copy and $6.00 for each after. Marriage records in Cleburne County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that. Finally, divorce records in Cleburne County will set a person back $15.00 for a first copy and $6.00 for each after.
NOTE - The office has opening times of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on Monday to Friday. Those looking to request reports must also bring some form of photo identification. State IDs and driver's licenses will do just fine. All Cleburne County requests for records must be put in writing.