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Lauderdale County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Numbers

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) provides annual reports of crimes in all the counties in Alabama, including Lauderdale County. In the year 2017, Lauderdale County recorded 522 index crimes, 2 homicides, 10 rapes, 6 robberies, 65 assaults, 133 burglaries, 249 larcenies, and 57 motor vehicle thefts.

Compared to the crime figures reported in 2013, the county recorded a decrease in index crimes (78%), homicide (33%), rape (69%), robbery (90%), assault (59%), burglary (69%) and larceny (85%), and motor vehicle theft (56%).

How to Find Lauderdale County Criminal Records

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) maintains an online criminal history check system. It contains criminal records of all counties in the state. It is possible to request criminal history checks by mail, online, and in-person. To search for a criminal history record, complete the ALEA Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Record Information (ALCHRI). The ALEA charges a fee of $25 for each criminal history record check requested and $5 for each additional copy.

The fee must be payable as money order or cashier check. Applicants must be fingerprinted and should provide a copy of the current photo ID. For mail-in requests, send the completed ALCHRI form, a copy of a valid ID, and the applicable fee to:

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

For in-person requests visit the ALEA office with the completed ALCHRI form, copy of a valid ID, and applicable fee at:

State Bureau of Investigation
301 S. Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 353-4340

How to Find Lauderdale County Sex Offender Information

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency maintains a Sex Offenders Registry that contains the information of convicted and registered sex offenders from all the counties in the states. However, not all sex offenders are published in the registry due to the Young Offenders Act (YOA), and out-of-state status. It is possible to search the Sex Offenders Registry by name, city, email address, internet names, etc.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lauderdale County Jail?

The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office maintains the Lauderdale County Jail, which is the primary jail in Lauderdale County. It houses inmates serving time in the jail and those arrested from municipal departments across the county. The jail is located at:

Lauderdale County Jail
653 S Seminary St
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 760-5798

The Alabama Department of Corrections maintains a unified database of inmates from all the counties, including Lauderdale County. This database is available to members of the public. The database, however, does not include inmates sentenced under the Youthful Offender Act. Members of the public can search for inmates using inmates’ names and inmates’ Alabama Institutional Serial (AIS) number.

Lauderdale County has nine Police Departments. They are the Lauderdale County Sheriff, Florence Police Department, Killen Police Department, St Florian Police Department, and the UNA Police Department, Anderson Police Department, Lexington Police Department, Rogersville Police Department, and Waterloo Police Department. These are their contact information:

Lauderdale County Sheriff
Lauderdale County Courthouse
200 S Court St #201
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 760-5757

Florence Police Department
702 S Seminary St
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 760-6500

Killen Police Department
225 J C Mauldin Hwy
Killen, AL 35645
(256) 757-5555

St Florian Police Department
4508 Co Rd 47
Florence, AL 35634
(256) 766-6625

Anderson Police Department
P.O. Box 8
Anderson, AL 35610
Phone: (256) 247-3617

Lexington Police Department
P.O. Box 457
Lexington, AL 35648
(256) 229-5564

Rogersville Police Department
P.O. Box 540
Rogersville, AL 35652
(256) 247-0740

Waterloo Police Department
P.O. Box 38
Waterloo, AL 35677
(256) 764-3237

University of North Alabama Campus Police Department
University of North Alabama
1 Harrison Plaza
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 765-4357

How to Find Court Records

The Alabama Unified Judicial System maintains an online database of court records from all the counties in the state. The online database allows members of the general public to search for court cases using names, case numbers, and images. The Alabama Unified Judicial System charges $9.99 for each name search and $9.99 for each case number search.

Image search costs $5 for the first 29 pages and $0.50 for each additional page. It is also possible for a requester to monitor an entire case using this service. Monitoring of a district case costs $19.99 for the lifetime of the case, while circuit case monitoring cost $29.99.

Lauderdale County has one Circuit Court, one District Court, one Probate Court, and four Municipal Courts. These are their addresses and contact information:

Lauderdale County Circuit Court
Lauderdale County Courthouse
200 S Court St, P.O. Box 776
Florence, AL 35631
Phone: (256) 760-5728
Fax: (256) 760-5727

Lauderdale County District Court
Lauderdale County Courthouse
200 S Court St, P.O. Box 776
Florence, AL 35631
Phone: (256) 760-5728
Fax: (256) 760-5727

Lauderdale County Probate Court
200 S Court St, P.O. Box 1059
Florence, AL 35631
(256) 760-5804

Florence Municipal Court
651 S Seminary St
Florence, AL 35630
Phone: (256) 760-6625
Fax: (256) 760-6509

Killen Municipal Court
319 JC Mauldin Hwy, P.O. Box 27
Killen, AL 35645
(256) 757-1246

Lexington Municipal Court
11060 Hwy 101, P.O. Box 457
Lexington, AL 35648
(256) 229-5221

Rogersville Municipal Court
36 Wheeler St, P.O. Box 540
Rogersville, AL 35652
Phone: (256) 247-5446
Fax: (256) 247-1777

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Where and How to Get Lauderdale County Divorce Records

The Vital Records Office of the Alabama Center for Health Statistics maintains divorce records for divorces that were finalized in all counties of the state from 1950 to date. Divorce records are unrestricted and can be requested by anyone. It is possible to request a divorce by mail, online, and in person.

The Vital Records Office charges $15 for a certified copy of a divorce certificate and $6 for each additional copy. Expedited requests cost an additional $15. The fee should be payable as a check or money order to the State Board of Health. To order a certified copy of a divorce certificate by mail, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. Send the completed form and the applicable fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
PO. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

For in-person requests, visit the Lauderdale County Health Department with a completed Vital Event Application form and applicable fee at:

Lauderdale County Health Department
4112 Chisholm Rd
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-7453
Open: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

For divorces that were finalized in Lauderdale prior to 1950, visit the Lauderdale Circuit Court.

Where and How to Get Lauderdale County Marriage Records

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains marriage records of marriages that were contracted in the state from August 1936 to date. Marriage certificates are unrestricted and can be requested by anyone. These records can be requested in person, by mail, or online. The Vital Records Office charges $15 for a certified copy of a marriage certificate and $6 for each additional copy. An expedited request attracts an extra fee of $15.

To order a certified copy of a Lauderdale marriage certificate, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. Mail the completed form and the applicable fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
PO. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

For in-person requests, visit the Lauderdale County Health Department with the completed Vital Event Application form and the applicable fee. This is the address:

Lauderdale County Health Department
4112 Chisholm Rd
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-7453
Open: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

For marriage certificates that were contracted prior to August 1936, visit the Lauderdale County Probate Office at:

Lauderdale County Probate Office
Lauderdale County Courthouse
200 S Court St
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 760-5800

Where and How to Get Lauderdale County Birth Records

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains birth certificates of births that occurred in the State of Alabama, including Lauderdale County. The Vital Records office has only birth certificates from 1908 to date. Birth certificates are confidential records in Alabama and have restricted access of 125 years from the day the event occurred. As such, birth certificates can only be requested by the registrant, registrant’s immediate family members, and registrant’s attorney.

Certified copies of birth certificates can be requested by mail, in person, and online. The Alabama Vital Records Office charges $15 for a certified copy of the birth certificate and $6 for each additional copy. Expedited requests attract an additional fee of $15. Fees must be check or money order, which must be payable to the State Board of Health. Requesters are also required to provide a copy of any of the acceptable means of identification when requesting a restricted birth certificate.

To order a certified copy of a birth certificate by mail, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. Mail the completed form, a copy of an acceptable ID, and the applicable fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
PO. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

For in-person requests, visit the Lauderdale County Health Department at:

Lauderdale County Health Department
4112 Chisholm Rd
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-7453
Open: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Alabama Vital Records Office maintains death records of deaths that occurred in the state from 1908 to date. Death records are confidential records in the State of Alabama and have restricted access of 25 years from the date of the event. Death certificates that have exceeded 25 years can be accessed by anyone. However, death certificates that are less than 25 years old can only be accessed by the immediate family members of the registrant and the registrant’s attorney.

Death certificates can be requested by mail, only, and in person. The Alabama Vital Records Office charges $15 for a certified copy of a death certificate and $6 for each additional copy of the certificate. The fee must be payable by check or money order to the State Board of Health. Requesters must also present a copy of any of the acceptable means of identification when requesting a restricted death certificate.

To request for an Alabama Death Certificate, complete the relevant fields in the Vital Event Application form. Mail the completed form, a copy of an acceptable ID, and the applicable fee to:

Alabama Vital Records
PO. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

For in-person requests, visit the Lauderdale County Health Department at:

Lauderdale County Health Department
4112 Chisholm Rd
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-7453
Open: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.