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Jackson County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Jackson County Arrest Records?

Jackson County arrest records are official documents detailing an individual’s arrest history in the county. These records describe the circumstances surrounding an arrest and also give an account of the county’s crime trend. It includes information on searches, inquiries, reports, logs, arrest warrants, and mug shots. However, these records do not provide definitive proof of a subject's involvement in a crime. Thus, they may not replace detailed criminal history information. The Jackson County Sheriff Office is the primary custodian of arrest records in Jackson.

Crime Statistics

The Alabama Law Enforcement reported a total of 818 index crimes in Jackson County in 2017. There were 626 property crimes, including 490 larceny, 92 burglaries, 40 motor vehicle thefts, and 4 robberies. Law enforcement also reported 192 violent crimes, including 182 assaults, 10 rapes, and nil murder.

Compared to 2014, there has been a downtrend in motor vehicle theft (20%), burglary (65%), rape (50%), and murder (100%). On the other hand, the four-year comparison showed an uptrend in larceny (44%), robbery (100%), and assault (214%).

What are Jackson County Criminal Records?

Jackson County criminal records are documents of an individual's criminal history within the County’s jurisdiction. These records include documents about an individual's arrests, past criminal charges, current criminal charges as well as convictions and sentences.

How Do I Get Jackson County Criminal Records?

Unless sealed by state statute or court order, criminal records in Jackson County, also known as rap sheets, are public records. While the Sheriff’s Office compiles criminal records in Jackson County, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is the central repository of criminal records. The agency processes named-based and fingerprint-based requests for criminal records.

The requester must download and complete a criminal history request form. The request form must be signed by the applicant and two witnesses. Then, the applicant must attach a valid photo ID along with a money order or cashier’s check for the service fee of $25.00. Enclose these requirements in a self-addressed stamped envelope and address mail to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Criminal and Identification Unit
ATTN: Background Checks
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511

Likewise, some third-party service providers allow access to publicly available records online. Since geographical location does not limit search engines, they are useful to search for specific and/or multiple records. However, third-party search engines cannot guarantee record availability since they are not government-sponsored. To query the search engines on third party sites, use:

  • The location of the record
  • The name of the individual involved (juvenile records are usually unavailable)

How to Find Jackson County Sex Offender Information

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online Sex Offender Registry. The registry is useful to track registered sex offenders living and working in the county. At the state level, the Alabama Law Enforcement also maintains a statewide Sex Offender Registry. Query the database using either the name, phone number, email address, internet name, or location of registered sex offenders.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Jackson County Jail?

The Jackson County Jail houses all convicted offenders in Jackson County. This jail is located at:

Jackson County Jail
102 E Laurel Street
Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-2610

Individuals on an inmate’s visitation list can visit the detention center. Visitors must be properly and fully dressed. Furthermore, visitors must schedule a visit in advance and sign a visitation log upon entry at the jail lobby. Visitors must also carry a government-issued photo ID. A legal guardian or parent must accompany underage visitors.

Where and How to Find Jackson County Inmate Information

The Jackson County Jail maintains an online jail roster. Information on an inmate incarcerated at the facility is accessible on this webpage. Prisoners serving time in state-managed facilities in Jackson County may be located using the Offender Search portal of the Alabama Department of Corrections. To use this portal, the searcher must know the inmate’s full name.

What are Jackson County Court Records?

Courts in Jackson County maintain records of cases filed within their respective jurisdiction. The Clerk of Courts maintains court records in Jackson County. To access a court record, the requester may visit the Clerk’s Office in person or send a mail to:

Jackson County Clerk of Courts
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street
P.O. Box 397
Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9320
Fax: (256) 259-9981

Location of All Courts in Jackson County

This is a list of the addresses and contact information of courts in Jackson County:

Jackson County Circuit Court
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street, P.O. Box 397, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9320
Fax: (256) 259-9981

Jackson County District Court
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street, P.O. Box 397, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9320
Fax: (256) 259-9981

Jackson County Probate Court
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street, P.O. Box 128, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9290
Fax: (256) 574-9318

Bridgeport Municipal Court
116 Jim B Thomas Avenue, P.O. Box 747, Bridgeport, AL 35740
Phone: (256) 495-3892

Hollywood Municipal Court
29164 US Highway 72, P.O. Box 240, Hollywood, AL 35752
Phone: (256) 259-4845 ext. 221

Pisgah Municipal Court
6100 County Road 88, P.O. Box 2, Pisgah, AL 35765
Phone: (256) 451-3232

Scottsboro Municipal Court
916 S Broad Street, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 259-2767
Fax: (256) 259-2773

Section Municipal Court
72 Dutton Road, P.O. Box 310, Section, AL 35771
Phone: (256) 228-3280

Skyline Municipal Court
21638 AL Highway 79, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 587-3335
Fax: (256) 587-3145

Stevenson Municipal Court
104 Kentucky Avenue, Stevenson, AL 35772
Phone: (256) 437-3000

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What are Jackson County Vital Records?

Vital records in Jackson are official documents of all life events that occur within the County’s jurisdiction. This includes documents that pertain to all births, deaths, marriages, and marriage dissolution. The Clerk of Courts is the official custodian of vital records in Jackson County. Likewise, the Alabama Department of Health is the central custodian of most vital records in the state.

Where and How to Get Jackson County Divorce Records

The office of the Clerk of Circuit Court disseminates divorce records in Jackson County. Interested individuals must contact the clerk’s office to obtain certified copies of divorce records.

Direct requests to:

Clerk of Circuit Court
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street
P.O. Box 397
Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9320
Fax: (256) 259-9981

Where and How to Get Jackson County Marriage Records

The Clerk of Probate Court issues marriage licenses and disseminates marriage records in the county. Interested individuals must contact the Clerk’s Office to obtain certified copies of divorce records. The Clerk’s Office will provide an estimate for the associated costs.

Direct requests to:

Clerk of Probate Court
Jackson County Courthouse
102 E Laurel Street, P.O. Box 128, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 574-9290
Fax: (256) 574-9318

Where and How to Get Jackson County Birth and Death Records

The Clerk of Courts issues birth and death records in Jackson County. To obtain either record, the requester must visit the Clerk’s Office in person. Also, birth and death records are available at the Vital Records Division of the State Board of Health. Only eligible requesters i.e. the immediate family members, may obtain these records.

Requests can be made in person, by mail and online. To submit a mail request for either record, the requester must complete an application form. After completing the form, attach a government-issued photo ID along with a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Certified birth or death certificate costs $15 and $6 for each extra copy requested at the time. A service fee of $15 is required to expedite a request. These fees are payable via check or money order made to the "State Board of Health." Enclose the check or money order with the mail request.

Direct requests to:

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