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Free Background Check Alabama - Criminal & Public Records
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Alabama Background Check

You can easily access public records for free in Alabama from criminal background checks to divorce records and much more. Use the search bar above to obtain free public records on the individual in question.

Alabama Criminal Records

ACJIC is the Alabama state agency which connects local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Established in 1975 by the Alabama Legislature to collect, store, retrieve, analyze, and disseminate vital information relating to certain crimes, criminals, and criminal activity, the agency is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama.

For information regarding obtaining an Alabama criminal background check, you can contact the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center by calling (334) 517-2400.

Or by mail at:

Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC)
P.O. Box 300660
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-0660

Alabama Sex Offender Registry

In Alabama, the law requires sex offenders to register with the local Sheriff's Department in the county before they can establish residency. The Sheriff's department will then report this information to the Alabama Department of Public Safety (ADPS), which is responsible for maintaining the information on a registry available to the public.

You should always check with your local Sheriff's department about sex offenders living in a particular area. You can access the ADPS registry, which is a part of its Community Information Center, online at, and the National Sex Offender public website, which is maintained by the U.S. Department of Justice, online at

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