Jefferson County Public Records Resources
Jefferson County was named in honor of Thomas Jefferson and was created on December 13, 1819. The county was known to be the most populous in Alabama with its total population of 662,047 as of the year 2000. The county lies in the north-central portion of the state with its county seat being situated in Birmingham.
It’s plain to see that this county has a large number of the total state population. No wonder then that this county has, in fact, seen a significant number of arrests of both juveniles and adults in relation to drug abuse cases and, an even worse fact, there were nearly a thousand sex offenders found in there.
To get all available information about an individual’s background residing in Jefferson County, you can search public records online for a much more comfortable and convenient way to research; but if you prefer a more direct approach then visit the courthouse and sheriff’s office of Jefferson County. See below for more details.
Jefferson County Courthouse:
716 N. 21st St.
Birmingham, AL 35263-0001
Telephone: (205) 325-5300
Jefferson County Sheriffs Office:
2200 8th Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
Telephone: (205) 325-5700
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