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Anoka County

It is known to be number 4 in terms of county population in Minnesota. Based on the 2010 census, there were 330,844 people in the county and the seat is Anoka. Anoka is taken from the word anokatanhan which means “on both sides” pertaining to its location on the Rum River banks.

Anoka County Departments:

Administration (County Admin), Central Communications, Commute Solutions, County Attorney’s Office, Elections and Voter Registration

Sheriffs Department:

James Stuart with a staff of more than 300 employees and volunteers. The County is committed to pursuing the long history of excellent service to the growing community of Anoka. The county works hard to find new ways in providing outstanding service and public safety promotion in a period of finite government resources. The main duties of Sheriff James Stuart are: Field Training Operations, K-9 Unit, Civil Process Unit, Office of Professional Standards, Guard Unit Commander, S.W.A.T. Team Leader

The Sheriff’s Office is at 13301 Hanson Blvd NW Andover, MN 55304. The telephone number is (763) 323-5000, fax number is (763) 422-7503 and e-mail address is

District Court Administrator:

Lori Meyer and the Courthouse address is 325 East Main Street Anoka, MN 553303-2489. The telephone number is (763) 422-7350 and fax number is (763) 422-6919.

If you need to report a crime or in cases of emergency, call 911.

Anoka County Jail:

Anoka County Jail is located at 325 Jackson Street Anoka, MN 55303 and can be reached through this number: (763) 323-55100

To locate an inmate, you need to go to the website of Anoka County Jail and search for the inmate. Make sure you have their full name, date of birth, and ID number.

These are the information that people need to know in case of emergency and they are in Anoka County.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bonds Agent in Anoka County?

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home 316 E Main St, Anoka, MN 55303, USA
phone (763) 502-1370

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Millard Williams
Millard Williams

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Matt has always put my concerns over the cost. He has helped me on a few occasions when I felt hopeless. This is the guy who does business as business and also treats folks right. Fast ,no hassle, and trusting. Thanks Matt for having respect and trust in my family's word.

Kyler Severson
Kyler Severson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

I found these guys Mark and Matt while I was in Anoka county and I was in for one night before I contacted Matt and was out within 3 hours after being seen by the judge! I can't thank you enough Matt. You gave me a little taste of freedom before I have to go back for sentencing.

Angel Destiny
Angel Destiny

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

I want to thank Matt for being patient with us and helping my fiance and I out


Anoka County Sheriff Address 
325 E. Main St Anoka, MN  55303

Phone:(763) 323-5005

Anoka County Sheriff's Office

Serving the citizens of Anoka County for over 150 years.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office10 hours ago
This short video contains footage of a theft from vehicle taking place. The incidnet took place on 10-15-17 in the 1300 block of 155th Ave NW in Andover. This is survielance video where the suspect is only shown in a very small portion of the clip. He can be seen on the top of the frame just to the right of the middle stealing an object from this truck. There have been several other thefts from vehicle taking place in the same general area of this video.

We know this isn't a good quality video and we aren't asking for your comment on the quality of the clip....its from a private surveilence system. Its a long shot, but if you think you may recognize the suspect, please contact Investigator Lucas Christopherson at (763) 324- 5174 or Tips can also be left anonymously online with our anonyomous tip line at:

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Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
The Anoka County Sheriff's Office participates in "The National Shooting Sports Foundation" program, "Project Child Safe" which promotes the safe storage of firearms, for those who choose to keep a firearm in the home. While supplies last, you may pick up free of charge a gun lock along with brochures and other information from "Project Child Safe" at the Gun Permit windows on the second floor of the Sheriff's Office. Limit one gun lock per party, while supplies last. Supplies are limited, so if you're interested in a free gun lock, they are available. More information about the National Shooting Sports Foundation Project Child safe can be found at:
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.4 days ago
Sheriff James Stuart along With Deputy Cole Bangerter and k-9 "Heinz" met with Officers and members of American Bikers for Awareness, Training and Education (A.B.A.T.E.) to recieve a $500 donation to the Anoka County Sheriff's Office K-9 program. Thank you for your community partnership and support for our K-9 partners and programs!
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office added 7 new photos.6 days ago
On October 11, 2017 at approximately 4:10 PM, Law Enforcement responded to the Subway restaurant located at 14001 St. Francis Blvd NW in Ramsey, on a report of an armed robbery in progress. The suspect fled the scene prior to officers arriving. Shortly afterwards, at 5:05 PM, Law Enforcement was dispatched to another armed robbery at the Go For It gas station located at 8724 East River Rd NW in Coon Rapids. The initial investigation revealed that the same suspect committed both robberies. It was later learned that he has committed several other armed robberies in the metro. The suspect is described as a medium-skin black male in his 20's with a thin build and a mustache/goatee.

Please take a look at the surveillance photos below from the Subway restaurant. If you recognize this individual or have any information about these incidents, please contact the Anoka County Sheriff's Office at 763-427-1212.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Congratulations to Deputy Czech and Deputy Torborg, who recently earned top sniper honors at the Minnesota Tactical Officers Association training conference at Camp Ripley, MN. In addition to monthly training, the SWAT team joins 12 other teams from the metro area and annually participates in three days of firearms and scenario-based training.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) has received a $3000 donation from B.U.L.L.Y. Inc. to help carry out their mission to prevent bullying. The meaning behind the acronym of B.U.L.L.Y. is to “Building Understanding, Love, and Learning for Youth.”

B.U.L.L.Y. Inc. is a non-profit organization that was founded due to the tragic event in 2006 of Tom Trosvik, a 12-year-old boy full of love and smiles, taking his own life as a result of being bullied at school and on the bus. The foundation has been providing education to both students and parents since 2006 to fulfill their mission.

The donation to ACSO is dedicated to hosting bullying prevention education at the yearly Safety Camp. The camp is geared towards students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. The goal of educating children in elementary school on bullying behaviors is to empower them. When a child witnesses bullying, most of the time they stand by passively. This causes bullying to last longer because it reinforces the bullies power and status.

Most kids don’t want to watch bullying but don’t know what to do. They also worry that by stepping in they might become the next victim. These worries, and witnessing verbal and physical abuse, can take a toll on bystanders too. Helping the person being bullied is one of the most effective way to stop and prevent bullying from happening again. When friends help, 57% of the time bullying stops quicker.

By showing the children scenarios on how to walk away, speak up, be a friend, ask others to help, and how to talk to an adult – we will take the power away from the bullies. Thank you to B.U.L.L.Y. Inc. for letting the Sheriff’s Office be a part of spreading this information. For more information on bullying prevention, go to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center at