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DeKalb County Public Records Resources

DeKalb County was created on January 9, 1836, and was named after Maj. Gen. Baron Johann DeKalb, a hero of the American Revolutionary War. The county is located in the northeast corner of Alabama and its county seat is Fort Payne. As of the year 2000, the county’s total population was 64,452.

The U.S. survey for crime statistics scaled this county with a low rate, but it’s quite fascinating in a negative way that several sex offenders were arrested in the county. Larceny theft arrests were spreading out in the county as well as violent crime arrests. So, if you wish to visit or stay in the county, be sure to be safe.

You can easily research all available information about a specific person residing in DeKalb County by utilizing an online public records search, but if you want to do it the manual way then simply visit the county courthouse or even sheriff’s office of DeKalb County. Location information for each can be found below.

County Courthouse Info:

DeKalb County Courthouse:
300 Grand Ave. SW, Suite 100
Fort Payne, AL 35967-1863
Telephone: (256) 845-8510

County Sheriff's Office Info:

DeKalb County Sheriffs Office:
2810 Jordan Road SW
Fort Payne, AL 35968
Telephone: (256) 845-8561

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