Clarke County Public Records Resources
Clarke County, Alabama was established by the Mississippi territorial legislature during December 10, 1812. This county was named after General John Clarke of Georgia and its county seat is Grove Hill. According to the 2000 census, the county’s total population is 27,867.
If you wish to take a visit, or maybe even stay there, then you should first learn more about the area. According to a survey, violent crime isn’t that horrible, yet property crime took the biggest part of total crime for the county including offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft and arson. Worse than that, there were 79 offenders found in the county.
If you have a Clarke County resident in mind that you wish to search for and find out about his/her background, an online public records database will provide you the fastest and most efficient way to do so. If, however, you want to do it the harder and perhaps more satisfying way then just pay a visit to the Clarke County courthouse or sheriff’s department. See below for their addresses.
Clark County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 10
Grove Hill, AL 36451-0548
Telephone: (334) 275-3251
Clarke County Sheriff Office:
P. O. Box 913
Grove Hill, Alabama 36451
Telephone: (251) 275-8132 or (251) 275-8156
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