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Dale County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Dale County Arrest Records?

Dale County arrest records are official statements created by law enforcement agencies after questioning or detaining suspected offenders. The Dale County Sheriff’s Office maintains arrest records of all Dale County residents. Arrest records are public records, and so are available to anyone upon requests. Anyone in need of Dale County arrest records should forward requests to;

The Dale County Sheriff’s Office
113, West Reynolds Street
Ozark, AL, 36360
P.O. Box 279
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-2335
Mail: info@daleso.com

What are Dale County Criminal Records?

Dale County criminal records are official records that provide details about a county resident’s criminal history. They contain information about their arrest, detention, indictment, and court sentencing. Criminal records may also contain:

  • Full name of the offender
  • The crime committed and the law breached
  • Physical descriptions
  • Birthdate
  • Pending, acquitted, and (or) dismissed criminal charges

According to Public Records Law in Alabama, criminal records are open to the public. Therefore, anyone can inspect, investigate, and challenge the information provided on criminal records. Sealed records are unavailable for public inspection.

How Do I Get Dale County Criminal Records?

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is the principal criminal record-keeper at the state level, while the Dale County Sheriff is the custodian of criminal records at the county level. Requesters will need to state the full name of the individual whose record they seek. The record-keeper has no right to question the reason for making a criminal record request.

Requesters can write to record-keepers for criminal records access. All law enforcement agencies in Dale County maintain criminal records. Some other state and local government jurisdictions also keep criminal records. Interested people may also request criminal records or send mail to the Alabama Law Enforcement agency online. Another option is to contact the Dale County Sheriff’s Office. Requesters can visit the office at;

The Dale County Sheriff’s Office
113, West Reynolds Street
Ozark, AL, 36360
P.O. Box 279
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-2335
Mail: info@daleso.com

How to Find Dale County Sex Offender Information

Anyone can access Dale County sex offender information via the Dale County Sheriff’s Sex Offender Registry. The Sex Offender Division, a department under the Dale County Sheriff’s Office, is responsible for maintaining sex offender information. Only local registered sex offender information is available at the Dale County Sheriff’s Office.

Under the State of Alabama Community Notification Act, the County Sheriff has the mandate to make sex offender information public. Any person that is unsatisfied with the information provided by the County Sheriff should contact the office by phone, mail, or in person. The Dale County Sheriff’s contact information is;

The Dale County Sheriff’s Office
113, West Reynolds Street
Ozark, AL, 36360
P.O. Box 279
Ozark, AL, 36361
Telephone: (334) 774-5402
Mail: hgaskill@daleso.com

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Dale County Jail?

Anybody who wishes to visit an inmate in Dale County Jail can do so by visiting the jail facility in person. Visitors must sign up for inmate visitation before the facility would permit them. The allotted time to sign-up for male visitation is from 12:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and for females, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Inmates visiting day is Sunday between 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. for male inmates, between 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. for female inmates, and from 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for trustees. The jail rules and regulations are available on the County Sheriff’s website. The address of the jail facility is;

Dale County Jail
124, Adams Street
Ozark, AL, 36360
P.O. Box 279
Ozark, AL 36360
Phone: (334) 774-5402
Fax: (334) 445-4020

Where and How to Find Dale County Inmate Information

Inmate information is available online on the Dale County inmate roster. It provides general inmate information such as inmate names and dates of incarceration. Inmate profiles may also contain:

  • First and last name
  • Mugshot
  • Booking I.D.
  • Booking date
  • Criminal charge
  • Bond
  • Age
  • Race
  • Gender
  • Criminal charges
  • Address

What are Dale County Court Records?

Court records are documents generated by courts in Dale County. Court records may be public or closed in Alabama as per Alabama Public Records Law. Court files containing confidential information are generally inaccessible to the public. The Dale County Clerk of Circuit Court maintains court records. All public court records are accessible by contacting the Clerk’s office or visiting the office in person. The office address to visit is;

Dale County Circuit Court Clerk
Dale County Courthouse
3, E Court Square
P.O. Box 1350
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-5003

Location of All Courts in Dale County

Dale County Circuit Court
Dale County Courthouse
100, E Court Square
P.O. Box 1350
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-5003

Dale County District Court
Dale County Courthouse
100, E Court Square
P.O. Box 1350
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-5003

Dale County Probate Court
100, Court Square
Suite 1
Ozark, AL, 36360
Phone: (334) 774-2754

Clayhatchee Municipal Court
1, W Main Street
Daleville, AL, 36322
Phone: (334) 598-4321

Daleville Municipal Court
740, S Daleville Avenue
Daleville, AL, 36322
Phone: (334) 598-2033
Fax: (334) 598-4025

Level Plains Municipal Court
1708, Joe Bruer Road
Daleville, AL, 36322
Phone: (334) 593-3233

Midland City Municipal Court
1385, Hinton Waters Avenue
P.O. Box 69
Midland City, AL, 36350
Phone: (334) 983-3511

Napier Field Municipal Court
400, Headquarters Street
Napier Field, AL, 36303
Phone: (334) 234-2049

Newton Municipal Court
209, Oates Drive
P.O. Box 10
Newton, AL, 36352
Phone: (334) 299-6670

Ozark Municipal Court
275, N Union Avenue
Ozark, AL, 36360
Phone: (334) 774-9311

Pinckard Municipal Court
1309, AL Highway 134
Pinckard, AL, 36371
Phone: (334) 983-3517

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What are Dale County Vital Records?

Dale County’s vital records are government-generated official documents that detail significant occurrences in a county inhabitant’s life.

State and local government agencies preserve vital records of all vital events that occurred in Dale County. Examples of vital records are birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records.

Under state laws, vital records are not public records. This implies that vital records are not open to all but to some who meet the required conditions for eligibility. Eligible persons include the bearer of the record, close relatives, or legally authorized individuals.

Vital records are available at the Alabama Department of Public Health. The state office issues copies of vital records strictly to those who have permission under state laws, to access them.

The state department headquarters is at;

Alabama Center for Health Statistics
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL, 36103-5625

Dale County residents may also contact the Dale County Probate Judge or Dale County Clerk of Circuit Court for vital records. Both jurisdictions maintain vital records and issue copies upon requests. The office address of both agencies are:

Dale County Probate Office
100, Court Square
Suite 1
Ozark, AL, 36360
Phone: (334) 774-2754

Dale County Circuit Court Clerk
Dale County Courthouse
3, E Court Square
P.O. Box 1350
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-5003

Where and How to Get Dale County Divorce Records

Anyone in need of Dale County arrest records should write to the Alabama Department of Public Health. The state agency has records since 1950. The cost per copy is $15, and the agency bills $6 for extra copies requested at the same time. Requesters should make payments via check or money order to;

Alabama Center for Health Statistics
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL, 36103-5625

Requesters should attach a signature to the application form before submission. At the county level, the Dale County Clerk of Circuit Court is the custodian of divorce records. Records before 1950 are also available on request. Record-seekers should forward requests to the Clerk’s office by mail or visit the office in person at;

Dale County Circuit Court Clerk

Dale County Courthouse
3, E Court Square
P.O. Box 1350
Ozark, AL, 36361
Phone: (334) 774-5003

Where and How to Get Dale County Marriage Records

Requesters who need marriage records from August 1936 can contact the Alabama Department of Public Health. The fee is $15 per copy and $6 for each extra copy purchased at the same time. Marriage records are obtainable at;

Alabama Center for Health Statistics
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL, 36103-5625

The agency requires that anyone applying to obtain copies of a marriage certificate should attach a signature to the request form.

The Dale County Probate Judge also issues marriage records from August 1936 and the years before. Proof of identification is an essential requirement for obtaining copies from the Probate Judge. Requesters should tender a valid means of identification when seeking to access marriage records. The office to contact is;

Dale County Probate Office

100, Court Square
Suite 1
Ozark, AL, 36360
Phone: (334) 774-2754

Where and How to Get County Name Birth Records

Birth certificates since January 1908 are available at the Alabama Department of Public Health. A copy costs $15, and additional copies cost $6 each if requested at the same time. The state agency also issues Keepsake birth certificates at $45 each. The available payment options are personal check or money order.

The agency will need proof of eligibility before granting requests. Therefore, requesters will have to provide a valid means of identification and attach a signature upon requests. The state headquarters is at;

Alabama Center for Health Statistics
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL, 36103-5625

Birth certificates older than 125 years become public records in Alabama.

Where and How to Get County Death Records

Death records are obtainable at the Alabama Department of Public Health at $15 per copy and $6 per extra prints ordered at the same time. Requesters can obtain death records that date back to January 1908. Requesters should direct payment via personal check or money order to;

Alabama Center for Health Statistics
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL, 36103-5625

The state considers death certificates older than 25 years as public records. Under Alabama Public Records Law, they are available to the public. Also, anyone can demand old death records without stating the purpose of making requests.