Monroe County, Alabama Arrest Records and Warrants

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While several government agencies allow members of the public to conduct a Monroe County, Alabama warrant search after making a formal request for such data, none of these offices have an online provision to look for records relating to arrest warrants. Needless to say, this can make the task of searching for data on outstanding warrants utterly cumbersome.

An alternative is to simply use the services of a third party records vendor; you can find an extensive online database which is maintained privately but is as accurate as any government source by filling the form above. While an internet based repository can make it infinitely simpler to look for arrest records from Monroe County, the only issue is that any background report procured from a private source cannot be used officially.

This means if you need information on any active warrants against a prospective employee, you will need to approach a state agency. Because the Fair Credit Reporting Act dictates that applicants have to be notified of the results of a criminal check, you will have to go through a justice department. There are three agencies that furnish records pertaining to outstanding warrants from Monroe County:

  • The police: Courthouse, Monroeville, Alabama 36460
  • The clerk of court: P O Box 665, Monroeville, Alabama 36461
  • The magistrate’s court: 65 Alabama Ave, Monroeville, AL 36460

Usually, the sheriff’s office will be happy to part with data pertaining to the overall crime scenario in the county including a most wanted list for the area. However, it can be near impossible to get the sheriff’s office to offer information on active warrants issued in ongoing matters. This is done to ensure that such details are not used by the offender to escape from the law.

While only about 650 criminal complaints are lodged in Monroe County every year, the fact that almost 20% of these incidents are violent in nature is giving residents sleepless nights. Through the eight year period from 2001 to 2008, nearly 30 sexual assault cases and 10 complaints of homicide were filed in the area.

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