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Patrol/Records
651-266-7300
Jail/Detention
651-266-9350
Warrants
651-266-9320
Civil Process
651-266-9330
Gun Permits
651-266-9670
Criminal History
651-266-9585
Community Services
651-266-7332
Administration
651-266-9333

9-1-1 Emergency
Non-emergency
651-767-0640

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Division Overview


The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is organized into five divisions:

  • Administration Division – responsible for warrants; criminal histories; gun permits; budget and accounting; human resources and payroll; training and staff development; internal affairs; fleet management; information technology, including research and development; and, planning and analysis.

  • Court and Security Services Division – responsible for court security; human service security; civil process (orders for protection, foreclosure notices and sales, civil and criminal subpoenas, dissolutions of marriage, and evictions); and, emergency management and homeland security.

  • Detention Services Division – responsible for safely and securely housing pre-trial inmates, probation or supervised release (parole) violators, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) holds in the Adult Detention Center (Ramsey County Jail); transportation of prisoners; hospital detention security; and the youth curfew center. 

  • Public Safety Services Division – responsible for contract law enforcement (patrol and investigations) services to seven cities; K-9 operations and training; crime lab; records and property; school resource officers; traffic enforcement; crime prevention; water patrol; dive team; and, volunteer programs and internships, including reserve deputies and community support services.

  • Regional Special Services Division – responsible for law enforcement and public safety services that involve multiple agencies, joint investigations, and regional partners that have a county-wide impact; watch commander operations; contract negotiations and labor and union relations; and, special projects and programs.

 



Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office
Minnesota's First Law Enforcement Agency - Established 1849

Sheriff Matt Bostrom