Established on December 5, 1866, Bullock County Alabama was named to honor Confederate Col. Edward C. Bullock o Barbour County and according to the 2000 census, its population was 11,714. Union spring was chosen as the county seat.
With 33 percent of the population living in poverty, a particular census for the year 2000 showed that Bullock County was the poorest county in the state of Alabama. But its crime statistics shows that driving under influence is always number one on the list and not larceny theft. And with the said total population, it’s quite alarming that 25 offenders were caught in it.
To find more information about anyone who lives in this county, you can use a an online public records service which will let you digg people's background history in a very effective manner. You can also visit Bullock County's courthouse and/or sheriff's office personally. Below are their addresses.
Bullock County Courthouse:
217 N. Prairie
P.O. Box 230
Union Springs, AL 36089-0230
Telephone: (334) 738-2280) or (334) 738-2250
Bullock County Sheriffs Office:
Union Springs, Alabama 36089
Telephone: (334) 738-2670