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Escambia County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Escambia County Arrest Records?

Escambia county arrest records are official documents containing information on the arrest activity of the county’s local law enforcement agency. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, headed by the Sheriff, is responsible for the generation and management of arrest records within their jurisdiction. Members of the public may obtain arrest records from the custodian at the Sheriff’s office.

Crime Statistics

The Alabama Uniform Crime Reporting program collates crime statistics in the state. The agency’s 2017 Report stated that the crime index throughout the year was 895 cases in total. Larceny was the most committed crime with 530 cases reported. The county also recorded 150 burglary cases and 150 cases of assault. 36 reports of motor vehicle theft and 21 cases of robbery were also recorded during the year. The agency also reported a total of 13 violent crimes with 9 cases of rape and 4 cases of homicide.

What are Escambia County Criminal Records?

Escambia county criminal records are official information on persons charged with a criminal offense(s) within the county area. The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the generation and collation of criminal records in its jurisdiction. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency handles the management of criminal records state-wide.

How Do I Get Escambia County Criminal Records?

Escambia county criminal records may be gotten from the administrative department of the Sheriff’s office. Members of the public may obtain criminal records by putting requests in-person at the Sheriff’s Office or preparing and sending a written request via U.S mail. Charges may apply for copies of records. Interested persons may address requests to:

316 Court St,
Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-0304

To make requests in-person, requestors are to go to the administrative office within the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on weekdays.

How to Find Escambia Sex Offender Information

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency manages a state-wide sex offender register that is collated from all counties, including Escambia. Members of the public have access to information on sex offenders that are above the age of 18. The state’s offender search tool provides a way for interested persons to obtain sex offender information. To search sex offender information, interested persons may inquiry by location details and the names of an offender. To get detailed information on an offender, persons may click on the offender’s picture or name to access a webpage with the offender’s full details.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Escambia County Jail?

Interested persons may visit Escambia county jail from Mondays to Saturdays. Visitors are required to schedule visits ahead of the intended visitation day either at the jail lobby or via a phone call ((251) 867-0304). Inmates at the county jail are allowed only one visit per day and visitors may not visit more than once per week. Visitors are required to be on the jail grounds before the scheduled visitation time. A parent or legal guardian must accompany minors visiting inmates and all visitors must present an acceptable means of photo ID.

Escambia County Jail is a facility managed by the Sheriff’s office and it houses persons that violate the state laws. The county jail is located at:

316 Court St,
Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-0304

The county jail rules prohibit visitors from wearing revealing clothes such as sleeveless shirts and tank tops. Visitors who do not adhere to visitation protocols may lose their visitation privileges. For more information on the county jail, interested persons may call the jail line ((251) 867-0304).

Where and How to Find Escambia County Inmate Information

Interested persons may visit the Sheriff’s office to inquire about information on inmates housed in the Escambia County jail. The Sheriff’s Office manages the jail facility and keeps a record containing information of incarcerated offenders. Information on an inmate that may be obtained include names, gender, race, booking date, and criminal charge(s).

What are Escambia County Court Records?

Escambia county court records are used during litigation proceedings at the county courthouses. The Twenty-First Judicial Circuit Court is responsible for the generation and dissemination of court records within the county area. The public may access Escambia county court records form the clerk of court’s office by requesting in-person or sending written requests via mail to the address:

Escambia County Circuit Clerk’s Office
314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 856
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0305

The clerk charges a fee of $5 for 1-20 pages of the copies of the desired record. Additional pages cost $0.50 each. A payment of $5 also applies per certification of a copy.

Location of All Courts in Crow Wing County

Escambia Circuit Court
Escambia County Courthouse
314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 856,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0225

Escambia District Court
Escambia County Courthouse
314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 856,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0225

Escambia County Probate Court
Escambia County Courthouse
314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 557,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0301

Escambia County Probate Court
8600 Hwy 31,
Atmore, AL 36502
(251) 368-5371

Atmore Municipal Court
201 E Louisville Ave,
P.O. Box 1297,
Atmore, AL 36504
(251) 368-3593

Brewton Municipal Court
1010 Douglas Ave,
P.O. Box 368,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 809-1760

East Brewton Municipal Court
615 Forrest Ave,
P.O. Box 2010,
East Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-4091

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What are Escambia County Vital Records

Escambia county vital records contain information on major life activities of persons in the county’s jurisdiction. The Escambia County Health Department manages and maintains vital records, such as birth records and death records, within the county area. The clerk of court also stands as the custodian for some vital records. Interested persons may get vital records in-person or via mail at the county’s Health Department locations:

Escambia County Health Department
8600 Highway 31 North
Atmore, AL 36502
(251) 368-9188

Escambia County Health Department
1115 Azalea Place
Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-5765

Where and How to Get Escambia County Divorce Records

The clerk of the circuit court generates and disseminates divorce records in Escambia county. To obtain divorce records, interested persons may visit the clerk’s office to request in-person or prepare a written request and send it via U.S mail. Requestors can make out requests to:

314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 856
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0305

Charges of $5 per certified file and $5 for 1-20 pages of record copies may apply.

Where and How to Get Escambia County Marriage Records

Escambia county marriage records may be obtained at the probate court where the marriage occurred. The administrative section of the probate court is responsible for managing marriage records. To obtain marriage records, at least one of the parties must reside in Escambia county. Information required to obtain marriage records includes the full name of the spouses before marriage, date of marriage, requestor’s name, and location details. Charges may apply for the copying of records. Interested persons may request records in-person or via U.S mail to:

Brewton Location
314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 557,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0301

Where and How to Get Escambia County Birth Records

The Escambia County Health Department is responsible for the management of birth records within the county area. Following Alabama law, the public has access to birth records that are 125 years from the day of birth. Persons who are eligible to obtain birth records include persons with the name of certificate, parents or legal guardian, spouse of person named on the certificate, children of persons named on the certificate, and the attorney of authorized people. Requestors must present state-issued Identity documents. Information needed to request birth records includes the name of the person at birth, birth date, gender, personal details of the requestor. Interested persons may complete the birth records request form and submit it in-person or via mail to the address:

314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 557,
Brewton, AL 36427
(251) 867-0301

Where and How to Get Escambia County Death Records

Interested persons may obtain death records in Escambia county at the County Health Department. Alabama law restricts access to death records older than 25 years from the date of death. Upon payment of charges, persons that may obtain death records include the parents, spouse, children, and siblings of the person named on the death record. A fee of $15 is charged for the search of the desired record and additional copies cost $6 each. Information required to facilitate search includes the legal name of the deceased, date of death, gender, social security number, race, and personal details of the requestor. Requests for death records may be addressed in-person or via U.S mail to:

314 Belleville Ave,
P.O. Box 557,
Brewton, AL 3642.
(251) 867-0301