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Alamance County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Alamance County Public Records?

As defined by the North Carolina Public Records Law, Alamance County public records are documents generated by a government agency during the performance of a public business. These include court, criminal, birth, and death records. Copies of these records are usually available to public requesters for free or a small fee unless restricted by law or court order. For instance, records not accessible to the public as defined by NCGS § 132-1 include criminal intelligence information and information on criminal investigations.

Alamance County Crime Statistics

The 2020 Alamance County Uniform Crime Report put the crime rate at 2,932 index crimes per 100,000 residents, including 505.5 violent crimes and 2,426.5 property crimes. Compared to the previous year, there is a significant decline in the crime rate in Alamance county. In 2019, Alamance County reported a 3,096.6 index crime rate. Property crime rates were 2,676.3, while violent crime rates were 420.2. Violent crimes increased by 20.30%, while property crimes decreased by 9.33%.

Are Alamance County Criminal Records Public?

Alamance County criminal records are available upon request through the Alamance County clerk of court for $25.00. Payment in cash, certified check, money order, debit, or credit card is acceptable. Requesters must send the money order or certified check for the fee to the Alamance County Clerk of Superior Court, along with a completed Criminal Record Check Form. The office accepts two methods for requesting a criminal record, and they are by mail or in-person. To request in-person, the researcher must pay the fee and provide the name of the person of interest when they visit the physical address at:

Alamance County Clerk of Superior Court, Suite 105
1st Floor
Alamance County Criminal Courts Building
212 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 27253
Phone: (336) 570-5202
Fax: (336) 570-5343

Mail requests must go in a self-addressed envelope along with a certified check or money order for the statutory fee.

Clerk of Superior Court
Attention: Criminal Division- Records
212 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 272253

It is important to note that the design of the Alamance County criminal record search system was solely on a name-based parameter. Researchers should verify race, gender, and address to properly distinguish between individuals with the same names that have a criminal record in the county.

How to Obtain Alamance County Arrest Records and Police Reports?

Members of the public can make an online public record request for police reports and Alamance County arrest records. However, the Alamance County Sheriff's Office encourages members of the public to submit public record requests in writing as there may be a large volume of online requests sent to the office. The request should contain a detailed description of the type of records sought, and the requester must provide their contact details for official correspondence regarding the record sought. Send further inquiries to the Alamance County Sheriff's Office by calling (336) 570-6300. Send all written requests to:

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Attention: Public Records Requests
109 South Maple Street
Graham, NC 27253

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Alamance County

The public can obtain Alamance County sex offender information from the North Carolina Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry. The search engine provides specific search parameters to enable the public to search for sex offenders that may reside in their neighborhoods at Alamance County. The site also allows interested parties to search for sex offenders in other North Carolina counties. The search parameters include the offender's registration number, address, coordinates, and personal information (age, name and alias, county, status, and zip code). For further inquiry, contact the Alamance County Sheriff's Office via phone at (336) 570-6300. Interested parties can visit the physical address on Monday to Friday from 8: 00 A.M. to 5: 00 P.M. at:

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
109 South Maple Street
Graham, NC 27253

How to Find Alamance County Inmate Records

Interested parties who wish to look up Alamance County inmate records can do so by visiting the county's online registry. The Alamance County inmate records provide the public with pertinent details about inmates incarcerated at the Alamance County Detention Center. The information provided includes the inmates' names and their personal information (age, sex, and race), their primary charge, arrest date, and booking agency. To obtain a particular inmate record, click on 'filter inmate list,' select which search parameter you wish to search with, and press' filter.' This should show a list of inmates that fit the information provided in the chosen search parameter.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Alamance County Jail?

Members of the public who wish to visit an inmate incarcerated at Alamance County Detention Center should contact the center directly or call (336) 570-6317. Interested parties should ask the following questions concerning the rules and requirements to consider before visiting an inmate.

  • Documents submitted by a visitor before a visit
  • Number of visitors allowed to visit
  • Number of visits allotted an inmate per week
  • How to schedule a visit
  • The days an inmate can receive visitors
  • Age limits of individuals that can visit an inmate
  • Items considered contraband
  • Rules about body contact during visits
  • Rules on inappropriate clothing

Alamance County Court Records

The Alamance County court system includes the criminal division, civil division, estate, and special proceedings. Each division is responsible for specific cases that may occur in the county. It also describes steps to take to file these cases. The different cases in these divisions generate court records that are accessible by visiting the courts where the cases were held. The Alamance County court locations are:

Alamance County Historic Courthouse
1 Court Square
Graham, NC 27253
Phone: (336) 570-5200

Judge J.B. Allen Jr Criminal Courthouse
212 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 27253
Phone: (336) 570-5202

District Court
Civil Annex Building
126 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 27253

Are Alamance Court Records Public?

Alamance County court records are publicly accessible at the court where the records originated. Business hours in the county courts are from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5: 00 p.m. The certified copies of these records attract a service charge. The first page costs $2, and each additional page or a fraction of it costs 25 cents. The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) provides public access to its criminal and civil court records via the Remote Public Access Program (RPA).

How to Obtain Alamance County Civil Court Case Records

Interested parties can obtain Alamance County civil records by contacting the courts where civil cases were held and filed. These courts are the Alamance County Historic Court and the District Court. Requirements would typically involve submitting a formal request, paying the statutory fee, and providing a copy of a valid photo ID. The NCAOC provides public access to the county's civil court case records through the RPA. The RPA has the license to access data in the NCAOC's civil case processing system (VCAP). This facilitates electronic public access to civil court case records by the public. The RPA offers two options for access to VCAP data — online access and extracts.

How to Obtain Alamance County Criminal Court Records

The NCAOC grants public access to Alamance County criminal court case records through the RPA. The RPA has the license to access data in the NCAOC's Automated Criminal/Infractions System (ACIS). This improves electronic public access to criminal court case records by the public. The RPA offers two options for access to ACIS data, and they are extracts and online. Researchers can also visit the J.B. Allen Jr Criminal Courthouse, where criminal trials take place. The staff may require a formal request for the record, statutory fees paid, and the provision of a government-issued photo ID before the administrative staff releases the criminal court record.

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What are Alamance County Vital Records?

Alamance County vital records are documents that record information on the life events in the county. Available Alamance County vital records date back to 1913. These records include birth records, marriage records, and death records. Any individual born, married, or dies in Alamance County will have vital records maintained by the Alamance County Register of Deeds.

Where and How to Obtain Alamance County Divorce Records

Alamance County divorce records are among the public records that the office clerk of civil court maintains. Interested persons who wish to obtain Alamance County divorce records must contact the clerk regarding eligibility and ID requirements. Generally, these requirements typically include paying a statutory fee, submitting a copy of a government-issued photo ID, and an application requesting the divorce record. Interested parties can contact the office using the following contact details.

Civil Division, (Historic Courthouse)
1 Court Square, Graham, NC 27253
Phone: (336) 570-5209
Fax: (336) 570-5201

The North Carolina State Vital Records Department provides divorce records for the state. Its database contains divorce records from 1958 to the present. To obtain a specific divorce record, complete and submit an Application for North Carolina Divorce Record to the department. In addition, send a $24 search fee, which also covers a copy of the divorce record. Each additional copy costs $15, and acceptable payment options include debit card, credit card, certified check, and money order.

Where and How to Get Public Alamance Marriage Records

Interested parties who wish to obtain Alamance County marriage records can visit the Alamance County Register of Deeds' office. The Register of Deeds has offered members of the public two methods to obtain Alamance County marriage records. However, there are certain individuals eligible to obtain the records, and they include:

  • The registrants on the record
  • Spouse
  • Siblings
  • Offsprings including grandchildren and step kids
  • Parents, including step parents and grandparents
  • Individuals seeking information that would legally determine personal and property rights (must provide proof)
  • The applicant's authorized agent (proof required)

People who wish to obtain the records online will have to pay the fee ($10 for a certified copy and $1 for an uncertified copy) with a credit card or a debit card. To send a request by mail, parties should pay $10 for a certified copy of the record via money order or a bank check. An uncertified copy costs $1. The requester must provide a government-issued photo ID and a phone number. These requirements, along with a complete and signed Application for Vital Records Form and a self-addressed stamped envelope, should be sent to:

Alamance County Register of Deeds
P.O. Box 837
118 West Harden Street
Graham, NC 27253

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Alamance County

Marriage records in Alamance County are not confidential records. Parties can obtain them from the Alamance County Register of Deeds office. For inquiries related to Alamance County marriage records, contact the county's Register of Deeds by sending an email to vitalrecords@Alamance-nc.com or calling (336) 570-6565. The Register of Deeds is available during office hours: Monday to Friday from 8: 00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Find Alamance County Birth Records

The Alamance County Register of Deeds office is the repository for Alamance County birth records. Interested parties can obtain birth records by mail or online. An Alamance County birth record costs $10 for a certified record or $1 for an uncertified record. Interested parties who wish to request a birth record by mail can submit a signed Application for Vital Records Form.

  • Payment of the statutory fee as a money order or bank check
  • Providing a copy of a valid photo ID
  • A phone number
  • Provide a self-addressed stamped envelope

Interested parties should deliver these to the Alamance County Register of Deeds' mailing address at:

P.O. Box 837
118 West Harden Street
Graham, NC 27253

For those who wish to utilize the online request site, follow the instructions to retrieve the birth record. The site requires certain information that includes the name of the registrant, names of parents, date of birth, and city of birth to search for the desired birth record. Interested parties can use credit cards or debit cards to make payments, although there is an additional charge for credit card services. The following individuals are eligible to retrieve Alamance County birth records:

  • The applicant
  • The registrant' parents (stepparents or grandparents)
  • The registrant's siblings
  • The registrant's children (grandkids or stepkids)
  • The registrant's spouse
  • The applicant's authorized agent (proof of the relationship will be required)
  • Individuals looking for information for the legal confirmation of personal and property rights (proof will be required)

Where and How to Find Alamance County Death Records

The public can obtain Alamance County death records from the Alamance County Register of Deeds. There are two methods to retrieve them - online or by mail. The requester must submit a signed and completed application for vital records form by mail. Submit the form with a self-addressed stamped envelope, a $10 fee per certified copy, and $1 for an uncertified copy (via money order or bank checks), and a copy of a government-issued photo ID. These should be sent to:

Alamance County Register of Deeds
P.O. Box 837
118 West Harden Street
Graham, NC 27253

Individuals who wish to obtain a death record online can do so by following the instructions provided, submitting and paying online for the request. Interested parties can pay with a credit card and a debit card but incur an additional charge for card services. The following individuals are eligible to obtain death records in Alamance County:

  • The spouse of the registrant
  • The registrant's offspring (stepchild or grandchild)
  • The sibling of the registrant
  • The parent of the registrant (stepparent or grandparent)
  • An authorized agent such as an attorney or legal representative of the registrant. The person must provide proof of this relationship.
  • An individual looking for information to legally determine personal or property rights. The individual should provide proof to confirm the authenticity.