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Elmore County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Elmore County Public Records?

Elmore County public records contain information produced, received, compiled, or maintained by government agencies performing their official duties. According to Alabama law, public records are papers, documents, letters, maps, typed or printed books, or other records reasonably necessary to record official government activities. State law requires all public officers to keep these records and provide access to citizens who submit official requests. However, the law also states that government agencies should not permit public disclosure or access to certain information, including the following:

  • Records containing security plans, assessments, procedures, systems, or measures
  • The identity of confidential informants
  • Unexecuted search warrants
  • Some domestic violence records
  • Private medical records
  • Records that contain juror list information

In addition to government agencies, some public records may also be accessible from third-party websites. These non-government platforms come with intuitive tools that allow for expansive searches. Record seekers may either opt to use these tools to search for a specific record or multiple records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The name of the subject involved in the record (subject must be older than 18 or not juvenile)
  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Elmore County Crime Statistics

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) provides statewide data on crimes committed in the county. According to the ALEA's Local Crimes report for 2019, figures recorded in Elmore County include 141 assaults, 260 burglary incidents, 3 homicides, 1,413 larceny cases, 112 motor vehicle thefts, 44 rape cases, and 31 robberies. In total, there were 2,004 reported crimes in Elmore County, which is a 12.8% reduction when compared to the total of 2,300 recorded in 2018. Furthermore, the county's five-year average shows that crime fell by 28.7% in the period leading up to 2019

Are Elmore County Criminal Records Public?

Elmore County criminal records are not public records. The law allows certain employers to obtain criminal history information on persons considered for employment. However, third-party requests may be granted if the requestor provides written consent from the subject of the record.

Qualifying employers may request Elmore criminal records from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. The agency provides an online system that requestors may use to find criminal history information on Alabama residents. The ALEA’s Alabama Background Check System (ABC) requires a $95 annual subscription fee and $15 per search. Alternatively, interested requestors may obtain criminal records by submitting completed copies of the ALEA’s Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Record Information, signed by two witnesses and duly notarized. All requests should be sent to the following address:

ALEA Criminal Records and Identification Unit
Attention: Record Challenge
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511

How to Obtain Elmore County Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office creates police reports and arrest records and makes them available to interested persons. Applicants must provide the Sheriff’s Office with information such as the names of involved or arrested persons, dates, incident description, and incident location. Requestors may also add all other known details to help the Sheriff’s Office locate the record. All persons should submit requests for Elmore County arrest records or police reports using the following information:

Elmore County Sheriff’s Office
8955 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-5546
Email: contacts@elmoreso.com
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Elmore County

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) maintains a public database with information on sex offenders registered in the state. Anyone may search the Sex Offender Registry by area, city, name, internet name, or email. The name search allows the searcher to enter the offender’s first or last name, while the area search requires an address, city, and zip code. For the internet name or email search, applicants must provide exact matches.

The platform also allows a specific search for non-compliant sex offenders. Information displayed includes offender names, aliases, physical descriptions, registration numbers, addresses, offense details, and photographs.

How to Find Elmore County Inmate Records

Elmore County inmate records are available online via the Sheriff’s Office’s Inmate Roster. The Sheriff’s Office groups available information into two rosters, including a Current Inmates option and a 48-Hour Release page. Available information on each inmate includes a full name, booking photograph, booking number, age, gender, race, address, and arresting agency. Details on charges, booking, and release are also available.

Although displayed information is not searchable, users can arrange search results by name or date. Records seekers should note that charge and bail information may not always be accurate as these details may change after court appearances. Interested persons are advised to call (334) 567-5441 for confirmation.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in the Elmore County Jail?

The Elmore County Jail allows both on-site and remote video visitations. Persons looking to visit in person should call the jail at (334) 567-5441, at least 48 hours in advance. Each inmate is allowed one free on-site visit each weekend. For remote visits, parties should call the jail's third-party vendor at (877) 578-3658 or schedule online. Interested persons may also obtain additional visitation information by contacting the jail at:

Elmore County Jail
8955 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-5441
Email: contacts@elmoreso.com
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Court Records

The Elmore County court system consists of Circuit, District, Probate, and Municipal Courts. The Circuit Court is the county’s court of general jurisdiction, exercising authority over all types of cases. The court also shares jurisdiction with District Courts over some civil cases, and handles cases where no other court has jurisdiction.

Probate Courts have original and general jurisdiction over the administration of estates, adoptions, name changes, the probate of wills, guardianships, and conservatorships. Elmore County Municipal Courts handle municipal ordinance violations and share jurisdiction with District Courts over criminal acts that violate either municipal or state law.

Locations of Courts in Elmore County

Elmore County Circuit and District Courts
Elmore County Judicial Complex
8935 US Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 514-3116

Eclectic Municipal Court
M.L. Fielder Municipal Complex
145 Main Street
Eclectic, AL 36024
Phone: (334) 580-7025
Fax: (334) 541-2854
Email: municipalcourt@townofeclectic.com

Millbrook Municipal Court
3900 Grandview Road
Millbrook, AL 36054
Phone: (334) 285-6475
Fax: (334) 285-6104
Email: admin@cityofmillbrook.org

Tallassee Municipal Court
3 Freeman Avenue
Tallassee, AL 36078
Phone: (334) 283-5425

Wetumpka Municipal Court
212 S Main Street
Wetumpka. AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-1305
Fax: (334) 514-0739

Are Elmore County Court Records Public?

Court records in Elmore County are public records. Unless a court seals a court record, the Elmore County Clerk's Office must provide public access. However, records that contain private or sensitive information are not open to the general public. In addition, juvenile court records must remain private. Nonetheless, the court may grant access on a case-by-case basis if there is proof of a legitimate need for access.

Can You Look Up an Elmore County Court Case Online?

The Alabama Administrative Office of Courts maintains an On-Demand Access platform that contains statewide public court records. The platform offers case number or name searches for $9.99, and lifetime case monitoring of District and Circuit Court cases for $19.99 and $29.99, respectively. Court records available on the platform include the following:

  • Civil Records
  • Criminal Records
  • Domestic Relations
  • Child Support
  • Small Claims Records
  • State Traffic Records

How to Obtain Elmore County Civil Court Case Records

Civil court records are obtainable from the Elmore County Circuit Clerk’s Office. Record seekers may obtain desired records by providing the office with details such as litigants’ names, charge information, relevant dates, attorney information, and the court’s disposition. Parties may also include other known details relevant to the case. Interested persons should note request fees may be applicable, depending on the copy type and volume of records. All applicants should submit requests for Elmore County civil court records to the:

Elmore County Circuit Court
Elmore County Judicial Complex
8935 US Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 514-3116

How to Obtain Elmore County Criminal Court Case Records

The Elmore County Circuit Court Clerk's Office entertains requests for criminal court records. Record seekers must submit requests containing complete descriptions of the desired records, including case numbers, relevant names, charges, court details, and judgment details. Requests should be forwarded to the:

Elmore County Circuit Court
Elmore County Judicial Complex
8935 US Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 514-3116

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Elmore County Vital Records?

Elmore County vital records are government-generated records of life events, such as divorces, marriages, births, and deaths. Interested persons may submit requests to the Circuit Clerk’s Office or the Elmore County Health Department. However, parties must note that according to Alabama law, some Elmore vital records remain closed to the public.

Where and How to Obtain Elmore County Divorce Records

Elmore County divorce records are available at the Circuit Clerk’s Office. Interested persons may send mail requests containing the divorced parties’ names, the date of divorce, and the location of divorce. Alternatively, applicants may visit the Clerk’s Office to request these records in person. Parties should note that the office may request copy fees before making records available. All requests for Elmore County divorce decrees should go to the:

Elmore County Circuit Court
Elmore County Judicial Complex
8935 US Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 514-3116

Residents may also submit requests for divorce records to the Elmore County Health Department. All interested persons may complete the Health Department’s request form with the full names of both parties and the divorce date. Each Elmore County divorce certificate costs a $15 search fee that covers one certified copy or a Certificate of Failure to Find. Additional copies of the same Elmore divorce certificate cost $6 if ordered at the same time. Mail requests require checks or money orders payable to the "State Board of Health." Applicants may take the completed forms to the Elmore County Health Department or send mail requests to the state's Center for Health Statistics, using the following details:

Elmore County Health Department
6501 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-1171
Fax: (334) 567-1186

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

Where and How to Get Public Marriage Records in Elmore County?

All parties may submit requests for marriage records to the Elmore County Health Department. Since Alabama marriage records are public under law, the department issues copies to all interested persons. Anyone may obtain Elmore County marriage certificates by completing a request form with the full names of both parties to the marriage and the date of marriage. Each request costs a non-refundable $15 fee for a certified copy of an Elmore marriage certificate or a Certificate of Failure to Find if no records match the provided details. Interested requestors may visit the Elmore County Health Department with copies of the completed request form or mail the form to the Center for Health Statistics, with a check or money order made out to "State Board of Health." Requests should be submitted to either of the following addresses:

Elmore County Health Department
6501 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-1171
Fax: (334) 567-1186

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

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Elmore County

All Elmore County marriage certificates are open to members of the general public. The Health Department does not produce or issue confidential copies of marriage certificates.

Where and How to Find Elmore County Birth Records

Interested persons can obtain Elmore County birth records from the Health Department. However, Alabama law states that only the following persons may receive birth records for 125 years from the date of birth:

  • The person named on the certificate
  • The person’s parent, legal guardian, spouse, child, sibling, or legal representative
  • Persons that can demonstrate a legal right to the record

Eligible parties may complete the Health Department’s request form with the full name of the person named on the certificate, date of birth, sex, hospital of birth, and both parents' full names. The first copy of an Elmore County birth certificate costs $15, while additional copies of the same record costs $6. If no record is available, the Health Department will issue a Certificate of Failure to Find. Checks and money orders should be payable to "State Board of Health."

Applicants also require valid forms of identification as described on the form, unless the record is more than 125 years old. Record seekers should take completed request forms, payments, and required documents to the Elmore County Health Department, or mail requests to the Alabama Center for Health Statistics. Requests are entertained at the following addresses:

Elmore County Health Department
6501 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-1171
Fax: (334) 567-1186

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

Where and How to Find Elmore County Death Records

Members of the general public may request Elmore County death records from the Health Department if the record is more than 25 years old. For newer records, access is restricted to the following persons:

  • The decedent’s parent, spouse, sibling, or child
  • The decedent’s grandchild when demonstrating entitlement
  • The decedent’s family or estate’s legal representative
  • Informant listed on the death certificate

Elmore County death certificates cost a non-refundable $15 for the first copy and $6 for each additional copy requested simultaneously. Eligible persons may submit completed copies of the request form to the Alabama Center for Health Statistics or take the form to the Elmore County Health Department.

All persons requesting death records must also submit valid identification as listed on the form. Checks and money orders payable to the “State Board of Health” should accompany mail requests. All record seekers may submit in-person or mail requests using the following addresses:

Elmore County Health Department
6501 U.S. Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Phone: (334) 567-1171
Fax: (334) 567-1186

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