Cleburne County Public Records Resources
Cleburne County was established by an act of the Alabama Legislature during Dec. 6, 1866, and is located in the northeastern part of the State. It was named after Patrick Ronayne Cleburne who was a Confederate Major General of Arkansas. Its county seat is Heflin and as of the year 2000, its total population was 14,123.
This county has no serious issues when it comes to violent and even property crimes, yet, as always, it pays to be surer about your safety, especially when you want to be in the county. Few sex offenders were found here but, just last year, 47 people were arrested for drug charges.
For more information about a particular person in Cleburne County, visit and use an online public records database for fastest results. You can also visit the county courthouse and/or sheriff’s office of Cleburne County physically, if you prefer. Their addresses are shown below.
Cleburne County Courthouse:
120 Vickery St., Rm. 101
Heflin, AL 36264
Telephone: (256) 463-5655
Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office:
120 Vickery St
Heflin, Alabama 36264