Night to Unite 2013 Registration Now Available Online
Night to Unite is a statewide event that builds and fosters community bonds between citizens, businesses, and public safety organizations, such as the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office. This annual celebration occurs on the first Tuesday in August and gathers neighborhoods and public safety personnel together for an evening to promote safe communities.
Read more about Night to Unite | Register Online
First Two Years at a Glance
The vision of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is to be a leader in public safety and community partnerships. Progress to bring this vision into focus has been made during the past two years. A commitment to the statutory responsibility of a county sheriff, combined with a commitment to deliver service based on six core values have resulted in measurable gains.
In the Two Years at a Glance (pdf) document, Sheriff Matt Bostrom shares many of the significant accomplishments that have occurred since January 2011.
Minnesota Sheriffs' Association issues statement on gun violence
Discussions of the many topics related to guns and gun violence have been held in recent months. In April 2013 the Minnesota Sheriffs' Association issued a statement on guns and extreme gun violence to bring clarity to the role of sheriffs in these important discussions.
The full statement is provided in pdf format.
Ramsey County Launches Online Arrest Warrant Search
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office launched the Online Warrant Search (OWS). The OWS is a web-based application designed to allow citizens, community members, crime victims, and partner organizations to search and view public information related to individuals who have an active Ramsey County arrest warrant.
View Press Release (pdf) | Access the Arrest Warrant Search | Learn About Arrest Warrants | Report a Tip | Resolve Your Arrest Warrant
Sheriff Bostrom joins fellow County Sheriffs in call for improving gun background checks and discussion of mental health issues in Minnesota
The Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association Board looked at issues currently affecting every Sheriff’s Office in the state and formulated five mental health points that the organization deemed in need of further review and immediate discussion. On January 23, a press conference was held to bring into the light good public policy goals that can make a difference in the lives of those persons affected by mental health issues and will also increase public safety.
The full Press Release has details.
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