Alabama is the 22nd state of the US, with a population of 4,863,300 (as of 2016). While Montgomery is the capital city of the state, the largest city is Birmingham. Alabama ranks the 30th by area and 24th by population.
The annual crime rate in Alabama is 34.51 (per 1,000 residents), the vast majority of which are property-related crimes. The safest cities are Emelle, Union Grove, and Eldridge. The top 3 most dangerous cities are Anniston, Oxford, and Jacksonville, where the city violent crime rate is 699.3 per 100,000 residents. The poverty rate in the cities is around 20%, while the unemployment rate is only 6.2%.
The best source to gather information about crime in Alabama is the official website of the Law Enforcement Agency of the state. Capital punishment is applied in the state of Alabama (as of 2017). The state has executed 797 people since 1812, which makes Alabama the 7th state with the highest execution number.
There are 2 ways you can find mugshots in Alabama - by phone or online. All records concerning jail and inmate data are handled by the County Sheriff office. Some counties make the records and mugshots public by publishing them online, where you can search via name or booking date. All other counties that do not publish records online will typically provide information by phone.