Chambers County Public Records Resources
Chambers County was named after Henry H. Chambers who was once a Senator from Alabama. The County was created on December 18, 1832, and it is located in the Valley metro area with its County seat being Lafayette. As of the year 2000, this County's total population was 36,583.
A certain survey showed that on a scale from 1(low crime) to 10 (high crime), Chambers County was scaled 9 in regard to violent crime. Three of these crimes were forcible rape, murder and no negligent manslaughter. This county has a total of 64 sex offenders, but what’s totally nerve racking is when a convicted rapist made a brutal attack on an 80-year-old woman who was pulled out of her store and raped in a truck.
If you wish to search for all available information about a particular person in Chambers County, its mostly recommended that you use an online public records search form. Another option available for you is to go by foot directly to Chambers County's Courthouse or Chambers County's Sheriff’s office, and lookup the person's records found in those places. Here are the address details you need in order to do so:
Chambers County Courthouse is located at:
Lafayette, AL 36862-1745
Telephone: (334) 864-4384