Background Check & People Search Alabama
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Run a Background Check in Alabama
GoLookUp lets you perform a Background Check for every person located in the State of Alabama. When you register an account with GoLookUp you get instant access to every details related to your search in the State of Alabama and in every other state in the United States. GoLookUp lets you search hundreds of millions of real time records. This includes, but not limited to: Background Check Records, Reverse Phone Number LookUp, Contact information, Email Addresses, Property Information, Unclaimed Money, Criminal Records, Arrest Records and Much More!
Alabama Background Check
In the 4,900,000-person state, you can conduct a People Search based on court records and vital records. The court records are maintained by the Alabama state courts that handle cases that are not heard by federal courts. Vital records are kept by the Alabama Center for Health Statistics (ACHS) and date back to birth dates from 1908, death records from the 1950's and Marriage Records from 1936.
Alabama Criminal Records
According to the Alabama Department of Corrections, the number of prisoners in either jails or prisons is around 900 prisoners per 100,000 residents – the 3rd largest number in the USA. The prisoners are divided into 11 major facilities and other correctional establishments, such as work camps. The incarceration and criminal past of an individual, and especially any previous sexual assaults, became public records in accordance with the federal law demanding sexual criminals to be registered in their place of residence.
The two major cities in the state of Alabama are Birmingham and Montgomery with a population of 212,157 and 200,022 respectively, as of 2016. The median annual household income in Birmingham is $52,226 and in the Montgomery the number is $42,927 as of 2017. In the past few years, there has been a shift in the economy in the state of Alabama. The past century has been characterized by mostly an agricultural economy, but the state has invested in large industries, such as health care, mineral mining, car manufacturing and more to change this situation