Cullman County Sheriff Department

Find Cullman County Alabama sheriff offices, departments, headquarters, jails, and detention centers. Sheriffs provide information on records, arrests, inmates, warrants, and mugshots.


Cullman County Sheriff's Office 1900 Beech Avenue Southeast Cullman AL 35055 256-735-2400


About the Cullman County Sheriff Department

Sheriff's Departments in Cullman County, AL are law enforcement agencies responsible for the management of Cullman County jails and inmates and promoting public peace and safety through policing. Sheriff's Offices are tasked with patrolling areas not within the jurisdiction of the local Police Department. The Department is responsible for managing local court orders and judgments, including foreclosures, tax delinquencies, subpoenas, and repossessions.

You may contact the Sherriff's Office for questions about:
  • Cullman County jail records and inmate lookups
  • Inmate visitation and contact procedures
  • Mugshots and police reports
  • Cullman County, Alabama crime reports and Sheriff blotter
  • Warrant searches
  • Sheriff auctions
Cullman County Public Records

Sheriff Departments keep Cullman County public records, including criminal records, inmate rosters and jail records, mug shots, Sheriff blotters and logs, sales & auction activity, and public safety records. These records may be available upon request.

County Inmates & Jails

Cullman County Sheriff's Depts are tasked with a wide variety of law enforcement responsibilities, including operating Cullman County county jails, transporting and detaining prisoners until they are discharged, as well as detention facility maintenance.

Enforcing Legal Judgments

The Sheriff's Office is responsible for serving and executing a range of legal processes issued by non-criminal courts. These include issuing and enforcing summonses and subpoenas, court orders such as contempt of court, divorce papers, and evictions notices.

Office of the Sheriff

The Sheriff, often an elected official, is the head of the Sheriff's Department in Cullman County. The Office, all departments, Sheriff's deputies and non-law enforcement employees are led by the Sheriff who serves a term length in accordance with county law.

Cullman County Sheriff's Office Employment

Election to Cullman County Sheriff's Depts do not usually require any particular law enforcement or legal training, although most applicants are former law enforcement officers. Sheriff's deputies, who are not elected to their positions, must undergo Alabama state law enforcement training. You may contact the Sheriff's Office for more information about job requirements and applications.