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Crenshaw County Public Records Resources

Crenshaw County, which was created on November 30, 1866, bears the name of Anderson Crenshaw who was an early settler of Butler County. Its county seat is Luverne and the county’s total population for the year 2000 was 13,665.

If you wish to stay in Crenshaw County then you should first take time to know more about its background, especially when it has to do with your own safety. A few surveys show that offenses such as assault, drug violations and even aggravated assault make up the highest number of arrests in the county. Several sex offenders were also found in there.

Using an online public records database can help such that you don’t need to put much effort into researching a person’s background residing in Crenshaw County. If you want to do it manually, however, you can always visit the Crenshaw County courthouse or sheriff’s office. See below for more details.

County Courthouse Info:

Crenshaw County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 328
Attn: Judge of Probate
Luverne, AL 36049
Telephone: (334) 335-6568

County Sheriff's Office Info:

Crenshaw County Sheriffs Office:
PO Box 22
Luverne, AL 36049-0022
Telephone: (334) 335-6568