Elmore County, Alabama Warrants and Arrest Records

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A court may not violate the rights granted to all citizens by the Constitution by issuing arrest warrants without finding probable cause. In order to issue an arrest warrant, a judge must find that, based upon the facts presented, a reasonable person would believe that the suspect committed the crime being alleged. If the judge finds this to be the case, then he has probable cause for issuing a warrant for the suspect's arrest. To search for arrest records in Elmore County, you must contact the Clerk of Court.

Elmore County, AL Clerk's Office

The Clerk's Office maintains the records for the court, including but not limited to, criminal cases. For Elmore County, the office is located in the Elmore County Courthouse at 100 East Commerce Street, Wetumpka, AL 36092 (telephone: 334-567-1156). Because there are no online resources for searching records in Elmore County, you must go to the courthouse during normal business hours to request to search the case records.

Elmore County, AL Sheriff's Office

To request a criminal history, a list of active warrants or to check the status of an inmate, you must contact the Sheriff's Office. The office is located at 8955 US Highway 231, Wetumpka, AL 36092. The Sheriff's Office is charged with serving and executing arrest warrants issued by the court. Therefore, this is an important resource when conducting a warrant search. Furthermore, the office can probably provide you with a list of the most wanted fugitives who have outstanding warrants in the county.

Elmore County, AL crime data

When compared to crime rates from nine similar counties between 1999 and 2008, Elmore County ranked in the bottom third for crime rates. This is even with an 82% increase in crime rates for the period. Of the approximately 10,750 crimes reported during this 10-year period, almost 90% of the crimes were related to theft and burglary. Only 12 murders were committed during this time in Elmore County.

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