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Perry County Public Records Resources

Perry County, which lies in the western corner of Alabama, was created on December 13, 1819. The county got its name from Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, a hero of the War of 1812. Its county seat was established in the city of Marion and, as of the year 2000, the county’s total population was 11,861.

If you are planning to take some time to visit or even stay in Perry County then I would suggest you have a good look into its crime statistics first. According to a particular survey done in the U.S., violent crimes in this county were shockingly rated as incredibly high. These crimes include offenses such as murder, rape and aggravated assault.

If you want to search all available information about a person’s background living in this Perry County, an online public records search offers you the fastest way to do it; or, if you prefer to do it physically, you can always pay a visit to the Perry County courthouse and/or sheriff’s office. Their address information can be found below.

County Courthouse Info:

Perry County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 478
Marion, AL 36756
Telephone: (334) 683-2210

County Sheriff's Office Info:

Perry County Sheriffs Office:
PO Box 157
Marion, AL 36756
Telephone: (334) 683-6534