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Cullman County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The Criminal Justice Services Division of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency provides annual crime statistics in all counties of the state. In 2017, Cullman County recorded 1,764 index crimes, 1 homicide, 46 rapes, 11 robberies, 46 assaults, 307 burglaries, 1,181 larcenies, and 172 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to the crime statistics of 2013, the county recorded an increase in rape (15%), robbery (22%), larceny (6%), and motor vehicle theft (74%). However, there was a decrease in homicide (80%) and burglary (31%). Index crime and assault remained the same.

How Do I Get Cullman County Criminal Record

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) maintains the Alabama Background History Check System. The system is a website that allows qualifying employers to check the criminal history record of their prospective employees. Employers who need this service can subscribe to it on the ALEA website. The ALEA also offers a criminal history record check for other members of the public. To request for a criminal history record check, complete the ALEA Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Information (CHRI). The ALEA charges $25 for the first copy of a criminal history record requested, and $5 for each additional copy. The fee must be a money order or cashier’s check.

For mail requests, send the completed application form, the appropriate fee, copy of a current photo ID to:

State Bureau of Investigation
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511

For in-person requests, submit the completed application form in person, alongside the appropriate fee, and copy of photo ID to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
301 S. Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 353-4340

How to Find Cullman County Sex Offender Information

The Cullman County Sheriff's Office maintains a Sex Offender Registry, which contains the names of registered sex offenders in the county. The registry allows members of the public to search for sex offenders within a specific geographical area. Sex offenders can also be searched based using their names and city.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Cullman County Jail?

The Cullman County Sheriff's Office maintains the Cullman County Detention Center, which is the primary detention facility in the county. It offers detention services for all the municipalities in the county, and the US Marshals Service in the Northern District of Alabama. The detention facility is located at:

Cullman County Detention Center
1900 Beech Ave SE
Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 735-2400

Cullman County has three law enforcement agencies. They are the Cullman County Sheriff Department, Cullman Police Department, and the Hanceville Police Department. These are their locations:

Cullman County Sheriff
1910 Beech Ave SW
Cullman, AL 35055
Cullman County, Alabama
(256) 734-0342

Cullman Police Department
P.O. Box 278
Cullman, AL 35055
Cullman County, Alabama
(256) 734-1434

Hanceville Police Department
203 Bangor Ave SE
Hanceville, AL 35077
Cullman County, Alabama
(256) 352-9811

How to Find Court Records

The Cullman County Circuit Court Clerk maintains the court records from all the courts in the county. To obtain any court record, contact the Circuit Clerk’s Office on the phone or visit this address:

Cullman County Circuit Clerk
Cullman County Courthouse
500 2nd Avenue SW
Room #303
Cullman, AL 35055
Phone: (256) 775-4654
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (closed 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.)

Cullman County has one Circuit Court, one District Court, one Probate Court, and two Municipal Courts. These are the courts and their locations:

Cullman County Circuit Court
Cullman County Courthouse
500 2nd Ave SW
#303, Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 775-4654

Cullman County District Court
Cullman County Courthouse
500 2nd Ave SW
#303, Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 775-4654

Cullman County Probate Court
Cullman County Courthouse
500 2nd Ave SW
P.O. Box 970
Cullman, AL 35056
Phone: (256) 775-4665
Fax: (256) 775-4813

Cullman Municipal Court
204 2nd Ave NE
P.O. Box 278
Cullman, AL 35056
Phone: (256) 775-7136
Fax: (256) 739-9365

Hanceville Municipal Court
112 Main St SE
Hanceville, AL 35077
(256) 352-1208

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Where and How to Get Cullman County Divorce Records

The Vital Records Office of Alabama Department of Public Health maintains the records of divorce that were finalized in all counties of Alabama from 1950 to date. Alabama divorce certificates are unrestricted and can be requested by any person with sufficient information to search for the record.

To request a divorce certificate, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. The Alabama vital records office charges a fee of $16 for the first ordered copy, $6 for each additional copy. Payment should be by check or money order, cash payments are not accepted, the fees are nonrefundable. A certified copy of a divorce certificate can be requested via mail or in-person.

Where and How to Get Cullman County Marriage Records

To request a marriage certificate via mail, send the completed application form, a valid photo ID and, the appropriate fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

To order a marriage certificate in-person, take the completed application form, a valid ID, and the appropriate fee to the Alabama Vital Records office.

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains records of marriages contracted in the state from August 1936 to date, including that of Cullman County. Alabama marriage certificates are unrestricted and can be requested by anyone with adequate information to search for the record.

To request a copy of a marriage certificate, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. The Vital Records Office charges $16 for the first copy requested and $6 for each additional copy. The fee must be check or money order, payable to the “State Board of Health.” A certified copy of a marriage certificate can be ordered via mail or in-person.

For mail requests, send the completed Vital Event Application form, the appropriate fee, and a valid photo ID to:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

To request in person, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Events Application marriage certificate form, attach the expected fee, and a valid photo ID to the vital records office of the county health department.

Where and How to Get Cullman County Birth and Death Records

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains records of all births that occurred in all counties of the state, including Cullman County. The office holds records of birth that occurred from 1908 to date. Birth certificates are confidential for the first 125 years from the date of the event. During this period, a birth certificate can only be requested by the registrant, the spouse, relatives, or legal representatives.

The Vital Records Office of Alabama charges a nonrefundable fee of $15 for the first certified copy and $6 for each additional copy. The Office also charges $15 for expedited requests. Payment must be check or money order payable to “State Board of Health.” A certified copy of a birth certificate can be ordered by mail or in-person.

For mail orders, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. Mail the completed form, a copy of a valid photo ID, and the appropriate fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

For in-person requests, take the completed application form, a valid ID, and the appropriate fee to the Alabama Vital Records office.

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains the death records of the state, Cullman County, inclusive. The office holds records of the state’s death occurrence from 1908 to date. Alabama death certificates are confidential records for the first 25 years from the date of the event. During this period, they can only be ordered by the registrant, the spouse, relatives, or legal representatives. A certified death certificate can be ordered by mail or in-person.

The Alabama vital records office charges a nonrefundable fee of $15 for the first certified copy, and $6 for each additional copy requested. For expedited requests, the office charges an additional fee of $15. Accepted payment options are check or money order payable to the “State Board of Health.”

For mail requests, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application. Mail the completed application form, a copy of a valid photo ID, and the appropriate fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

To order a death certificate in-person, visit the Alabama Vital Records Office with the completed application, a valid ID, and the appropriate fee.