Lauderdale County Public Records Resources
Lauderdale County was established on February 6, 1818, and was named after Col. James Lauderdale of Tennessee. The county seat was established at Florence and the county’s total population as of the year 2000 was 87,891.
This county is known to be a popular destination for visitors because of its beautiful scenery and lovely spots; however all is not sunny in Lauderdale. Under the glitzy cover of beauty, the dark and dangerous grip of crime, especially due to drug addiction, looms large. Offenses such as assault, murder and even sex crimes are joining the trend as well.
To find more available information about a specific person living in Lauderdale County, an online public records search can help you do so in the quickest way. If, however, you prefer to do it physically then you should pay a visit to the courthouse and sheriff’s office in Lauderdale County. Below are their addresses.
Lauderdale County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 1059
Florence, AL 35631
Telephone: (256) 760-5800