Coosa County lies in the east-central part of Alabama and was created on December 18, 1832. The county was named after the Coosa River and, according to the Alibama-Kossati Indian dialect, the word “Coosa” means “cane-brake”. As of the year 2000, the county’s total population was 12,202 and its county seat is Rockford.
Over the past few years, the county’s population has been slowly declining; however, its crime statistics showed that crime arrests within the county didn’t similarly decrease in numbers. Drug violations, fraud, and other assault were the crimes that covered the major part of the total numbers of arrests according to the county’s crime statistics and several sex offenders were also found there.
If you wish to know more about a specific person’s background who is living in the Coosa County, an online public records search will provide you the fastest and the most effortless way to do it. If, however, you prefer to do it by yourself then you can physically visit the Coosa County courthouse to get the information you need. Here are the contact details you need:
Coosa County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 10
Rockford, AL 35136-0218
Telephone: (256) 377-4919