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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.

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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.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.5 days ago
At the Anoka County Sheriff's Office today we are thinking about Deputy Ernest Zettergren who was murdered while investigating a burglary in progress at a tavern on December 7th, 1953 in the City of Fridley.

Deputy Zettergren had noticed that a window was broken out at the business and pulled up behind a car in front of it. He was able to radio the license plate when the suspect came out and approached the car. The man immediately shot Deputy Zettergren twice and then fled with the officer's weapon and clipboard.

The man was arrested later in the morning and confessed. He was subsequently sentenced to life in prison.

Deputy Zettergren was survived by his wife and six children. Many of his relatives still reside in the Anoka County Area. Deputy Zettergrens life and service are not forgotten her at the Anoka County Sheriff's Office.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office5 days ago

As winter settles in, the prospect of vehicle v deer collision becomes a more frequent occurence as deer become more active at night. Yesterday, 12-6-17 a deputy was slightly injured after becoming involved in a "secondary deer collision." The crash took place in the 1600 Block of Briarwood LN NE in the City of East Bethel. A deer ran out in front of an oncoming vehicle and was struck. The impact of that collision sent the deer air bound where it crashed through the windshield of the oncoming patrol car. Most deer collisions are unavoidable circumstances, but all drivers should be as cautious as they can when traveling in open, wooded areas.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Now taking applications for part-time Community Service Officers.

This is a non-sworn part-time position. Community Serivce Officers act in a support role to licensed Deputies with varied duties to include response to non-emergency calls, motorist assists and other law enforcement support duties. For a complete job descriptioin and to apply, go to:
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago

Did you just spend some time clicking away on those Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals? Well, you’re not the only one anxiously awaiting the arrival of your packages. Unfortunately, there are some package thieves out there who will not think twice about stealing your Holidays right off your front stoop. Here are some tips that may help you to avoid being a victim of package theft:

1. Use an alternate shipping address where an actual person is available to receive your package. Your workplace, if allowed, is an ideal option or a trusted friend or neighbor who is home during the day.
2. Use the tracking services offered by most carriers to be notified of your delivery. Then, you can ask a trusted friend or neighbor to pick up the package for you.
3. Use “Amazon Locker.” If you are a frequent Amazon customer, you can opt to have your purchases sent to a secure “Amazon Locker” located in many convenient locations. Once delivered, you receive a code from Amazon and you have a few days to pick up your purchase from the locker using that secure code. Amazon has a “Locate a locker near me” feature on their website to assist you in choosing a location to pick up your purchase.
4. Re-route and/or re-schedule your delivery. Using tracking services, some carriers (FedEx, UPS, Etc.) offer delivery change options so that you can specify a delivery time / date when you’ll be home to accept your package.
5. Consider requiring a signature. You could consider requiring a signature for delivery to insure your package won’t be left unattended. This may be something you must specify at order time or you may have to add it after you receive a tracking number. Most carriers will bring the package to a distribution center where you may be able to pick up your package later, sometimes after hours.
6. Add an outdoor security camera. While a camera may not deter a thief, practice has shown that it makes catching the thief a lot easier and the mere presence of the camera may be a deterrent.
7. Check the amount of insurance used by the sender. Most carriers provide a minimum amount of insurance and most retailer take advantage of carrier insurance. The minimum may NOT cover your entire purchase and you may be able to purchase additional insurance when you purchase your items.
8. Always request and use tracking services. It may be the only way for you to know if you’ve even been victimized.
What to do if you are a victim of package theft??
1. Contact law enforcement and make a report.
2. For retail packages, contact the retailer and tell them what happened. Most retailers insure packages for some amount and you may be able to recoup all or at least part of your losses.
3. For non-retail packages, contact the sender and find out if the sender used insurance and then contact the carrier and make a loss report.
Anoka County Sheriff's Office
Anoka County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
New Staff Members Sworn in at the Sheriff’s Office

Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart administered the oath of office to four new Detention Deputies on November 20th, 2017. The new staff members are:

Detention Deputy Lillian Hennes: Detention Deputy Hennes has a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Criminology from St. Cloud State University. She has previously served in the Minnesota National Guard and the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office where she was a Corrections Officer. Detention Deputy Hennes will be assigned to the Jail Division.

Detention Deputy Dilanger Salfer: Detention Deputy Salfer has an Associate of Applied Science Degree from Alexandria Technical Community College. He has previously worked as an Anoka County Assistant Probation Officer and in private security. Detention Deputy Salfer will be assigned to the Jail Division.

Detention Deputy Matthew Buckley: Detention Deputy Buckley has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice Studies from St. Thomas University. He has previously worked at the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer and has some experience at the City of Hawley and Becker Police Departments. Detention Deputy Buckley will be assigned to the Jail Division.

Detention Deputy Carl Erickson: Detention Deputy Erickson has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from National American University. He has previously worked as an Audio-Visual Technician, a Landscaper and most recently in private security. Detention Deputy Erickson will be assigned to the Jail Division.

“We are excited to have these new members join our team of professionals. Each brings a different background and experiences that aid us in continuing to grow stronger as we proudly serve our communities,” said Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart.

From left to right:DD Matthew Buckley, DD Dilanger Salfer, Sheriff James Stuart, DD Carl Erickson and DD Lillian Hennes.
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Anoka County Sheriff's Office4 weeks ago
Eagle Scout candidate Wyatt Rivers, Senior Patrol Leader for Troop 101 in Oak Grove, presented K-9 search boxes today to the Anoka County Sheriff's Office and University of Minnesota Police Department. Wyatt built the k-9 search boxes as part of his Eagle Scout Project. Wyatt is in the process of obtaining his Eagle Scout award. Pictured from left to right: K-9 Mesa, Deputy Brian Collier, Sheriff James Stuart, Sgt. Ryan Rivers of the University of Minnesota Police Department, Wyatt Rivers of Troop 101, Heather Rivers, Lt. Erik Swanson, Officer Lara Bauer and K-9 Rio of the University of Minnesota Police Department