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Monroe County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Monroe County Background Information

Monroe County is situated in Alabama. Monroe County had 23,068 people in 2010, based on a local census. In Monroe County, the current seat is Monroeville.

The county was founded in 1815.

It was named in honor of James Monroe, fifth President of the United States.

Monroe County Arrest Records

In Monroe County, arrest records are also kept on each individual crime within the jurisdictional area. Crimes in Monroe County are split up into two categories, violent crime and property crime. In 2018, in Monroe County, there were 27 violent and 56 property crimes.

Monroe County Probate Court
65 N Alabama Ave
Monroeville, AL 36460
Phone: (251) 743-4107
Fax: (251) 575-3320

Monroe County Criminal Records

All records of criminals in Monroe County are all updated. Each and every citizen who is living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the Monroe County area must be on this list. This register is accessible by the public in Monroe County. Occupants of Monroe County can therefore search for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes. This includes any in prison or non-compliant offenders in Monroe County.

Court Records in Monroe County

The circuit court system is in charge of the courts in Monroe County. The court clerk is in charge of maintaining all records within Monroe County. A person must enquire records at:

Monroe County Circuit Court

Wesley Hines, Clerk
Monroe County Courthouse
Room 220 | 65 North Alabama Ave.
Monroeville, AL 36460
Phone: (251) 743-2283
Fax: (251) 575-5933

In the state of Alabama, the Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in which one party appeals. The lower courts often refer to one of the 67 superior or trial courts found across Alabama's 67 counties, including Monroe County.

NOTE - Standard records can be delivered to the requested by fax, email, or mail. Monroe County official records can only be sent via mail.

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Monroe County Public Records

Monroe County inhabitants have vital records kept on them. For the State of Alabama including Monroe County, The Center for Health Statistics (CHS) operates the vital records system and documents health-related statistical data. Having a few different copies keeps the files secure and they can then be applied for statistical analysis later on.

For events that occur in Alabama, The CHS files, stores, and provides certified copies of vital records including birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates An automated vital records system called Vital Statistics Image Oriented Network or ViSION, allows vital records to be given through all Alabama county health departments

The Alabama Open Records Law which was passed in 1923, states that all Monroe County residents can access and copy all public vital records. This means that all local and state government vital records may be opened by the people of Monroe County. Monroe County locals can apply at:

Monroe County Probate Court
65 N Alabama Ave
Monroeville, AL 36460
Phone: (251) 743-4107
Fax: (251) 575-3320

Monroe County comes with a charge per copy. Birth records in Monroe County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that. Death records in Monroe County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that. Marriage records in Monroe County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that. Finally, divorce records in Monroe County cost $15.00 for the first copy and $6.00 for each extra copy obtained at the same time.

NOTE - Anyone looking to get hold of records in person should be aware that the office opens between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST on Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday and 8:00-12:00 p.m. CST during Thursday. Those looking to request documents must also bring some form of photo identification. Photo ID could be a driver's license or state ID. A person must also put their request in writing in Monroe County.