Dale County Jail & Sheriff
Dale County was created by an act of the Alabama Legislature on December 22, 1824, from parts of Henry, Covington, Barbour and Pike Counties, and was named for Samuel Dale, a highly decorated Indian fighter, scout and courier of vital military dispatches. The original county seat was located at Dale's Courthouse (now the town of Daleville), but when Coffee County split from Dale in 1841, the seat was moved to Newton. Here it remained until 1870 when, following a courthouse fire in 1869 and the formation of Geneva County (which took the southern third of Dale County), the county seat was moved to the town of Ozark, where it remains. In 1903 a small portion of the southeast part of Dale County was joined to the newly-formed Houston County.
Dale County Jail & Sheriff Contact Details
Mailing to Inmates and Staff
Inmate Visiting Days and Hours
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