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Tallapoosa County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Tallapoosa County Arrest Records?

Tallapoosa County arrest records are official documents that provide detailed information on arrests carried out in the county following criminal and crime-related activities. Arrest records may include the personal information of arrested individuals and the circumstances that led to the arrests. The Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office is the local law enforcement agency that maintains arrest records in the county. To obtain Tallapoosa County arrest records, visit or contact the address below:

Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office
316 Industrial Park Drive
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-4264
Fax: (256) 825-1012
tallapoosacounty.sheriff@gmail.com

Crime Statistics

The Statistical Analysis Center of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency annually compiles crime figures in Alabama. In 2017, Tallapoosa County reported a total number of 1,114 crimes, including 304 violent crimes and 810 property crimes. Violent crimes reported include five homicides, 19 rapes, 22 robberies, and 258 aggravated assaults. Property crimes reported include 175 burglaries, 583 larcenies, and 52 motor vehicle thefts.

The 2017 crime figures show a significant decline in crime rates in Tallapoosa County over a 5-year period. Between 2013 and 2017, there was a slight increase in three out of seven major crimes in the county. Robbery, aggravated assault, and motor vehicle theft rates increased by 57%, 100%, and 24%. Conversely, rape, burglary, and larceny rates declined by 39%, 28%, and 8% respectively. The crime rate of homicide remained the same.

What are Tallapoosa County Criminal Records?

Tallapoosa County criminal records are official documents that contain detailed information about an individual’s criminal and crime-related history within the county. The Criminal Records Identification Unit of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is the central administrative agency that issues criminal history information in the state.

How Do I Get Tallapoosa County Criminal Records?

Tallapoosa County criminal records can be obtained online, by mail, or in person. The Alabama Background Check System (ABC) provides qualified employers with access to the criminal history information and records of current and prospective employees. The ALEA maintains this online check system. To obtain more information about ABC, call (334) 353-4340, or visit the ALEA office from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Complete the ALEA Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) to obtain criminal records in person or by mail. The applicant’s fingerprint will be taken. The applicant will also be required to provide a copy of a valid ID and payment of $25 (and $5 for each additional copy). Payment can be made in the form of a money order or Cashier’s checks. The documents should be submitted in person or by mail to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
301 South Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104

(334) 353-4340

They can also be submitted via mail to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Attn: Criminal Records and Identification Unit
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511
(334) 353-4340

How to Find Tallapoosa County Sex Offender Information

Residents of Tallapoosa County can access information about sex offenders residing in their neighborhood through the sex offender registry. The registry can be searched with the various search options provided. Interested residents can also sign up to receive email alerts about sex offenders that recently moved to their neighborhood.

The Alabama Sex Offender Registry allows members of the public to access sex offender information at the state level. The online database is administered by the ALEA.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Tallapoosa County Jail?

Inmates of Tallapoosa County are kept in the Tallapoosa County Jail. The county jail is located at:

Tallapoosa County Jail
316 Industrial Park Drive
Dadeville, AL 36853
(256) 825-1039
(256) 825-4264

For information on inmate visitation, call (256) 825-1039 or (256) 825-4264. These numbers can also be contacted to obtain information about inmates incarcerated in the jail facility.

What are Tallapoosa County Court Records?

Tallapoosa County court records are public records that can be accessed by residents of the county. Tallapoosa County court records are maintained by the court that decided the case. Individuals interested in obtaining records of the Circuit Courts, District Courts, Probate Courts, and Municipal Courts should visit or query the courthouses of the appropriate court. For the Circuit and District Courts, interested individuals can call (256) 825-1098 or (256) 234-4361.

Location of All Courts in Tallapoosa County

Tallapoosa County has two Circuit Courts, two District Courts, three Probate Courts, and four Municipal Courts. The addresses and contact information of the various courthouses are below:

Tallapoosa County Circuit Courts

Tallapoosa County Circuit Court
Tallapoosa County Courthouse
1 Court Square
P.O. Box 189
Alexander City, AL 35011
Phone: (256) 234-4361

Tallapoosa County Circuit Court
Tallapoosa County Courthouse
125 North Broadnax Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-1098

Tallapoosa County District Courts

Tallapoosa County District Court
Tallapoosa County Courthouse
1 Court Square
P.O. Box 189
Alexander City, AL 35011
Phone: (256) 234-4361

Tallapoosa County District Court
Tallapoosa County Courthouse
125 North Broadnax Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-1098

Tallapoosa County Probate Courts
Tallapoosa County Probate Court
395 Lee Street
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: (256) 234-3264

Tallapoosa County Probate Court
3 Freeman Avenue
Tallassee, AL 36078
Phone: (334) 252-1804

Tallapoosa County Probate Court
125 North Broadnax Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-4266

Tallapoosa County Municipal Courts
Alexander City Municipal Court
1 Court Square
P.O. Box 552
Alexander City, AL 35011
Phone: (256) 329-6750

Camp Hill Municipal Court
309 Holley Avenue
P.O. Box 100
Camp Hill, AL 36850
Phone: (256) 896-4148

Dadeville Municipal Court
265 North Broadnax Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-9242
Fax: (256) 825-9291

Jackson’s Gap Municipal Court
1405 Main Street
Jackson’s Gap, AL 36861
Phone: (256) 825-8518

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What are Tallapoosa County Vital Records

Tallapoosa County vital records are official documents that evidence the registration of vital events that happened within the county. These records include birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. Tallapoosa County vital records are not entirely “open” records, because some vital records are accessible to certain persons only. Tallapoosa County divorce records are maintained at the Tallapoosa County Circuit Courthouses. The Tallapoosa County Health Department and the Alabama Department of Public Health issue records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths in the county.

Where and How to Get Tallapoosa County Divorce Records

Tallapoosa County divorce records are kept at the Tallapoosa County Circuit Court. To obtain divorce records, submit a written request or application for divorce records to:

Tallapoosa County Circuit Court
Tallapoosa County Courthouse, Alexander City
1 Court Square
P.O. Box 189

Alexander City, AL 35011
Phone: (256) 234-4361

Tallapoosa County Courthouse, Dadeville Branch
125 North Broadnax Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-1098

Records of divorces from 1950 to date can be obtained from the Alabama Department of Public Health. A certified copy costs $15, and an additional $6 for each extra copy of that record requested. Walk-in requests for divorce records can be made at the Tallapoosa County Health Department or mail requests can be made to the State Public Health Department. Divorce records are accessible to the public, as access to divorce records is unrestricted. A requester will be required to provide the necessary information, as well as a valid ID and payment. Information required for divorce record requests include:

  • Full names of the divorce parties before marriage
  • Date of divorce
  • Place of Divorce

Complete the Vital Records Request Application form to make mail requests for divorce records. The completed form should be attached to a money order payment and a copy of the requester’s valid ID. These documents should be sent to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

Walk-in requests can be made by submitting the completed application form, with payment and a copy of a valid-ID to:

Tallapoosa County Health Department
Alexander City Branch
2078 Sportsplex Boulevard
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: (256) 329-0531
Fax: (256) 329-1798

Dadeville Branch
220 West LaFayette Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-9203
Fax: (256) 825-6546

Where and How to Get Tallapoosa County Marriage Records

Marriages registered from August 1936 to date in Alabama are documented by the Alabama Department of Public Health. Marriage records are open to public access. They can be requested in person or by mail. Payment and a copy of a valid-ID are required to make valid requests for marriage records. To request marriage records, the following information is required;

  • Full names of the married couple before marriage
  • Date of marriage
  • Place of marriage

The certified copy of a marriage record costs $15 and $6 for each additional copy of the record requested. Fill out the Vital Records Request Application form to apply for copies of Tallapoosa County marriage records. The filled-out form, along with payment through money order and a copy of the requester’s valid ID, should be sent via mail to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

The documents can be presented in person at:

Tallapoosa County Health Department
Alexander City Branch
2078 Sportsplex Boulevard
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: (256) 329-0531
Fax: (256) 329-1798

Dadeville Branch
220 West LaFayette Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-9203
Fax: (256) 825-6546

Where and How to Get Tallapoosa County Birth Records

The Tallapoosa County Health Department and Alabama Department of Public Health issues copies of births recorded from 1908 to date in Alabama. Birth records are accessible only to:

  • The record’s subject
  • Parent
  • Legal guardian
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • Siblings
  • Legal representative of an authorized person

Copies of birth records can be applied for by mail or in person. A certified copy of a birth record is $15, and $6 for each additional copy of the same birth record requested. The following information is required to request birth records:

  • Full name of the record’s subject
  • Sex
  • Date of birth
  • County or city of birth
  • Hospital of birth
  • Full names of both parents before their marriage

Complete the Vital Records Request Application form to obtain Tallapoosa County birth records. Enclose payment and the requester’s valid ID to the completed form and submit by mail them to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

Walk-in applications can be made by submitting these documents to:

Tallapoosa County Health Department
Alexander City Branch
2078 Sportsplex Boulevard
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: (256) 329-0531
Fax: (256) 329-1798

Dadeville Branch
220 West LaFayette Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-9203
Fax: (256) 825-6546

Where and How to Get Tallapoosa County Death Records

The Tallapoosa County Health Department and the Alabama Department of Public Health maintain Tallapoosa County death records from 1908. Death records are available only to the following persons:

  • The parent’s of the deceased person
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • Legal representative of family or estate

Death records can be requested in person or by mail with the following information:

  • The deceased’s full legal name
  • Date of death
  • Date of birth
  • Age at death
  • County or city of death
  • Sex
  • Social security number
  • Race
  • Name of spouse
  • Names of parents

Applications for death records can be made by filling out the Vital Records Request Application form. The completed form, along with a copy of a valid ID and payment, should be submitted to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

This documents can be submitted in person at:

Tallapoosa County Health Department
Alexander City Branch
2078 Sportsplex Boulevard
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: (256) 329-0531
Fax: (256) 329-1798

Dadeville Branch
220 West LaFayette Street
Dadeville, AL 36853
Phone: (256) 825-9203
Fax: (256) 825-6546