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Pike County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pike County Arrest Records?

Pike County arrest records are official documents created by the county’s law enforcement agency following the criminal activity of individuals in the county. These documents contain information on apprehensions and circumstances surrounding arrests done by the Sheriff’s Office or municipal police departments like the Troy P.D.

Pike County arrest records are primarily generated and maintained by the county department that makes the arrest, but also managed by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Information on arrest incidents in the county is often published on the press release webpage on the Sheriff’s website. However, citizens can still send requests to the specific law enforcement agency for more specific details like the arrestee’s personal data, offenses, mugshots, arresting officer/agency name, and date and time of the arrest.

Note: An individual’s Pike arrest record mainly details the arrest and not the convictions of individuals in the county.

Crime Statistics

The 2017 crime statistics for Pike County reveal that the county’s law enforcement agency recorded a total of 1,944 arrests and 1,385 index crimes. A breakdown of the indexed crimes showed that there were 844 larceny-thefts, 240 burglaries, 208 aggravated assaults, 59 motor vehicle thefts (MVT), 24 armed robberies, nine rapes, and one homicide case.

In comparison, the arrest and index crime data for 2016 shows there were 1,487 arrests and 1,460 index crimes. A breakdown of the crime data revealed that there were 951 larceny-thefts, 221 burglaries, 192 assaults, 63 MVTs, 23 robberies, nine rapes, and one homicide case. An analysis of both reports reveals that Pike County recorded a 13% increase in arrest numbers and a three percent decrease in index crimes.

What are Pike County Criminal Records?

Criminal records in Pike County are official documents that detail the criminal activities of individuals within the county’s jurisdiction. An individual’s criminal record, also known as a rap sheet, contains more comprehensive criminal information than Pike arrest records. Apart from apprehension and personal details, these records also include an offender’s indictments, dispositions, and sentences. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is responsible for gathering this information from criminal justice agencies in Pike County and other territories in the state. The agencies include the Sheriff’s Office, county courts, police departments, and correctional facilities/jails.

How Do I Get Pike County Criminal Records?

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency maintains an extensive database of criminal history and activity that occurs in every county in the state, including Pike County. Citizens can access criminal records through the Criminal Records Identification Unit of the Department of Criminal Justice Services. Interested persons can make fingerprint or name-based background check request via mail by:

  • Submitting a completed criminal information history review form for each request.
  • Providing a valid government-issued photo identification such as drivers license or U.S passport
  • Paying charge fees of $25 for administrative service. Payments through checks or money order are acceptable
  • Including the subject’s notarized statements and fingerprints (when necessary)

Completed requests should be mailed to;

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Criminal Records and Identification Unit
ATTN: Record Challenge
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, Alabama 36102-1511

The Circuit Clerk also keeps the conviction information of criminal cases. Interested individuals can also obtain copies of these by making requests to:

Pike County Circuit Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113
Email: jamie.scarbrough@alacourt.gov

How Do I Find Pike County Sex Offender Information?

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office is the county’s primary custodian of sex offender information, which is collected by the Sex Offender Division during the registration of convicted sex offenders who are residing, working, and attending school in the territory. The Sheriff’s Office makes the collected data available through the online mapping and listing of registered offenders in the county. Offender information provided online includes photographs, names, addresses, date of birth, gender, physical description, victim information, and convictions. For additional information, make requests at:

Sheriff’s Office
120 Church St.
Troy, Alabama 36081
Phone: (334) 566-4347
Email: pcso@pikecountyalsheriff.com

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency also maintains an online Sex Offenders Registry where interested persons can conduct statewide searches by area, name, city, and so on.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Pike County Jail?

The Pike Detention Center allows its inmates to receive video visits from approved family and friends. Individuals may register for or schedule visits by using the approved third-party site or by visiting the jail kiosk at 120 Church Street, Troy, Alabama. Call (334) 566-4360 (jail) or (334) 566-4347 (Sheriff) for visitation rules and schedules.

Where and How to Find Pike County Inmate Information?

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office, which maintains records of current and old inmates in the county jail, has an online jail roster of current inmates and persons released within 48 hours. Information provided on the site includes:

  • Full names
  • Race, age, and gender
  • Mugshots
  • Arresting agency
  • Booking number and date
  • Criminal charges
  • Bond amount

For more comprehensive details, direct queries to the Sheriff’s Office at;

120 Church St.
Troy, Alabama 36081
Phone: (334) 566-4347 (Sheriff)
Phone: (334) 566-4360 (Jail)
Email: pcso@pikecountyalsheriff.com

What are Pike County Court Records?

Pike County court records are official documents containing information about civil and criminal proceedings or other actions that happened in county courts. Some examples of court records are dockets, decrees, case files, and transcripts of hearings, sworn statements, lawsuits, and so on. Under state laws, Pike County court records are accessible by the public, and interested individuals can obtain copies of court records by making requests to Circuit Clerk at;

Pike County Circuit Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113
Email: jamie.scarbrough@alacourt.gov
Note: These Pike public records may be sealed by court order and have access restricted to parties with direct claims and authority.

Location of All Courts in Pike County

Pike County Circuit Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113

Pike County District Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113

Pike County Probate Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-1246

Brundidge Municipal Court
146 S Main Street,
Brundidge, AL 36010
Phone: (334) 735-2887
Fax: (334) 735-5180

Troy Municipal Court
300 E Elm, P.O. Box 549,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-4248
Fax: (334) 566-4845

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What are Pike County Vital Records?

Pike County vital records are documents that provide details on the life events that happened to persons in the county. These events include marriages, divorces, births, adoptions, and deaths within the territory at specific periods. The Alabama Department of Public Health is the central depository of statewide vital records. However, these are still available at the local departments where the event was originally documented.

These vital records can be categorized as Pike County vital records but are semi-restricted. The restriction is found in obtaining birth records less than 125 years old, death records less than 25 years old, and certified copies of records. Requesters of these records must be mentioned in the document, be an immediate family member, or demonstrate legal rights to claim the record before applications are processed.

Where and How to Get Pike County Divorce Records

The Pike County Circuit Clerk is responsible for managing records of dissolution and annulments of marriages finalized by the Domestic Relations Division. These records are open to the public, and individuals can obtain copies of divorce decrees by making requests at:

Pike County Circuit Court
Pike County Courthouse
120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113
Email: jamie.scarbrough@alacourt.gov

The Vital Records Unit of the Alabama Department of Public Health is responsible for gathering and issuing divorce records of every county at the state level. Interested individuals can obtain copies of divorce records from 1950 till date by making requests online, on-site, via phone calls, or by mailing application forms to:

Alabama Vital Records
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: (334) 206-5418
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5625

For divorce records retrieval, requesters will have to provide the following to assist in locating the requested record:

  • Full maiden names of divorce parties
  • Date of divorce
  • County where the divorce was granted
  • Requester’s name, phone number, and signature
  • Address where the record should be mailed
  • Fee of $15 for each certified copy of divorce record and $6 for each additional copy

Where and How to Get Pike County Marriage Records

The Pike County Clerk is responsible for collating and disseminating records of marriages that occur within the county. These records are open to the public, and individuals can obtain copies of marriage license or record by making requests at:

120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113

The Vital Records Unit of the Alabama Department of Public Health is responsible for gathering and issuing marriage records of every county at the state level. Interested individuals can obtain copies of marriage records from 1950 till date by making requests online, on-site, via phone calls, or by mailing application forms to:

Alabama Vital Records
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: (334) 206-5418
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5625

For marriage records retrieval, requesters will have to provide the following to assist in locating the requested record:

  • Full names of the married couple before marriage
  • Date of marriage
  • County where the license was issued
  • Requester’s name, phone number, and signature
  • Address where the record is to be mailed
  • Fee of $15 for each certified copy of marriage record and $6 for each additional copy

Where and How to Get Pike County Birth Records

The Pike County Clerk collates and disseminates records of births that occur within the county. These records are restricted to the registrants, direct relatives, and authorized persons. Eligible parties can obtain copies of the birth record by making requests at:

120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113

The Vital Records Unit of the Alabama Department of Public Health is responsible for gathering and issuing birth records of every county at the state level. Interested individuals can obtain copies of birth records from 1908 till date by making requests online, on-site, via phone calls, or by sending an application form to:

Alabama Vital Records
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: (334) 206-5418
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5625

For record retrieval, requesters will have to provide the following to assist in locating the requested record:

  • Full names as on the record
  • Date of birth
  • County of birth
  • Identification requirements
  • Parent’s full name with mother’s maiden name
  • Requester’s name, phone number, and signature
  • Address where the record is to be mailed
  • Fee of $15 for each certified copy of marriage record and $6 for each additional copy

Where and How to Get Pike County Death Records

The Pike County Clerk is responsible for collating and disseminating records of deaths that occur within the county. These records are restricted to the registrants, direct relatives, and authorized persons. Eligible parties can obtain copies of death records by making requests at:

120 West Church Street,
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-5113

The Vital Records Unit of the Alabama Department of Public Health is responsible for gathering and issuing death records of every county at the state level. Interested individuals can obtain copies of death records from 1908 till date by making requests online, on-site, via phone calls, or by mailing application forms to:

Alabama Vital Records
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: (334) 206-5418
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5625

For record retrieval, requesters will have to provide the following to assist in locating the requested record:

  • Deceased’s legal name
  • Date of death
  • Age or date of birth
  • County of death
  • Social security number
  • Name of the deceased’s spouse
  • Identification requirements
  • Parents name
  • Requester’s name, phone number, and signature
  • Address where the record will be mailed
  • Fee of $15 for each certified copy of marriage record and $6 for each additional copy