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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 sheriff@co.anoka.mn.us

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.

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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.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
#FlashbackFriday Two Deputies from the former "Mounted Patrol" participating in a parade in Columbia Heights back in June of 1989. The Sheriff's Office no longer has a "Mounted Patrol" and at the time the unit was ceremonial and used for public relations primarily.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
Bicyclist Struck and Killed on Highway 65 in Ham Lake

On May 16th, 2018 at 2239 hrs, Deputies from the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division were dispatched to Highway 65 at 157th Ave NE in the City of Ham Lake to a vehicle vs Bicycle personal injury accident. Upon arrival, the bicyclist was deceased.

Witnesses state the bicyclist was northbound on Highway 65, riding in the right traffic lane near the dividing line between the left and right lanes of Northbound traffic. A driver heading north came upon the bicyclist in his traffic lane and attempted to swerve to avoid striking the bicyclist, but was unable to do so and struck the bicyclist. A second vehicle, directly behind the first, saw the first vehicle swerve to the right and brake. The second vehicle continued northbound in her lane of traffic and also struck the bicyclist. The posted lawful speed limit is 65 MPH at the accident scene.

Both drivers immediately stopped and called 911. Both drivers are fully cooperative with the investigation. The bicyclist was riding in the traffic lane, wearing dark clothing and had no lights or reflectors on the bicycle, according to both drivers.

The decedent bicyclist is a 49-year-old female from Ham Lake.

Driver #1 is a 64-year-old male from Grasston, MN.
Driver # 2 is a 20-year-old female from Ham Lake.

The identity of the decedent will not be released at this time pending notification of family / next of kin. The accident remains under the investigation of the Minnesota State Patrol, The Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office and the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
The Anoka County Board Recognizes Peace Officer Week in Anoka County:
WHEREAS, the Congress and President of the United States have designated May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week in which it falls as National Peace Officer Week; and

WHEREAS, peace officers are our guardians of life and property, defenders of the individual’s right to be free, warriors in the war against crime, and dedicated to the preservation of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and,

WHEREAS, it is important that all citizens know and understand the problems, duties, and responsibilities of their law enforcement agencies and that members recognize their duty to serve the people by safeguarding life and property, protecting them against violence or disorder, and protecting the innocent against deception and the weak against oppression or intimidation; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners does hereby recognize the week of May 13, 2018 through May 19, 2018, to be Peace Officer Week in Anoka County.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners calls upon all citizens in this community to honor and show their sincere appreciation for law enforcement officers in this county by deed, remarks, and attitude, and to make every effort to express their thanks to the men and women who make it possible for us to leave our homes knowing we are protected by men and women willing to sacrifice their lives to guard our loved ones, property, and government against all who violate the law.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
On Monday, May 14th, 2018 a promotion and swearing in ceremony was held at the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office. Chief Deputy Kevin Halweg administered the oath of office for newly promoted Deputy Jason Pederson and newly hired Detention Deputy Scott O’Connor. Sheriff James Stuart was sick and was disappointed he was unable to attend the event.

New Staff: Detention Deputy Scott O’Connor: Detention Deputy Scott O’Connor has attended both Dakota County Technical and Century College, working towards a Criminal Justice Degree. Detention Deputy O’Connor has previously served as a Community Service Office with Anoka County, worked as the owner / operator of Quality Sweeping Services and ran his own tool franchise. Detention Deputy O’Connor will begin his career in the Jail Division.

Promotion: From Detention Deputy to Deputy Sheriff: Deputy Jason Pederson. Deputy Pederson has previously served with the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office as a Detention Deputy from March of 2013 until May 2018. Deputy Pederson was a trusted member of the Jail Division who performed at high levels and is now promoted to the rank of Deputy Sheriff. Deputy Pederson will begin his duty assignment in the Patrol Division.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
Anoka County’s team of riders begin their quest today to win the title of Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Bike Challenge Champions!

You can cheer them on virtually by posting a message and using our hashtag #AnokaCountybluebike on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.
But don’t wait, the social media competition ends today at 2:00 p.m.

Please make sure your post is "public" Help us win a $2,500 donation to Eagles Nest Veterans Services
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office6 days ago
The Blue Bike Challenge
We're back to the races with Blue Cross Blue Shield's Blue Bike Challenge. Detective Mike Schantzen is the Sheriff's Office team member of the Blue Bike Challenge.

Tweet for the Veterans
This year, Anoka County has chosen to support Eagle's Healing Nest through the Blue Bike Challenge. We have the opportunity to raise $2,500 for this amazing group that helps house and care for veterans. You can learn more about this group on their website: https://eagleshealingnest.org/.

So how can you help? It's easy! Simply share #AnokaCountyBlueBike accompanied by any message on your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Not sure what to share? Use our collection of support images and Eagle's Healing Nest facts. Visit the collection here. Share with friends and family that you are supporting a great cause through your work. The group with the most tweets wins the money for their charity, so get your thumbs warmed up! The contest runs from Monday, May 14 at 8 a.m. and Tuesday, May 15 at 2 p.m.