Adamsville, Alabama

Adamsville, Alabama, is a small city located just northwest of Birmingham, in Jefferson County, and it has a population of 4,522 people. The city of Birmingham is the county seat of Jefferson County. City Hall is located at 4828 Main Street, and can be reached by calling 205-674-5671. In 2016, there were no reported murders or rapes in Adamsville. There were 10 robberies and 9 reported assaults. There were 33 reported burglaries, 201 reports of theft, and 16 auto thefts. The crime index for Adamsville in 2016 was 375.4, considerably higher than the US national average of 279.3. As of December 2017, there were 23 registered sex offenders living in Adamsville.

City Hall
City of Adamsville
4828 Main Street
Adamsville, AL 35005

Adamsville, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

The police station in Adamsville is located at 4911 Main Street, and can be reached by calling 205-674-5671. Adamsville has considerably more crime than other cities of its size, with 269 reported crimes. The crime rate for Adamsville is 6,146 per 100,000 persons, compared to the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons, and the national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. There are 18 police officers for the city of Adamsville, and Warren Cotton is the Chief of Police.

Adamsville Police Department
4911 Main Street
Adamsville, AL 35005

Inmates are typically housed by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Birmingham, where Mike Hale is the sheriff. The Sheriff’s Office includes patrol, criminal, and corrections divisions, along with offering resources to schools and courts.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
2200 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd
Birmingham, AL 35203

Adamsville, Alabama – Open Records Request

Requests for public records may be submitted to the Director of Public Information, April Odom, at City Hall in Birmingham.

City of Birmingham
3rd Floor City Hall
710 North 20th Street
Birmingham, AL 35203

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