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The location of this County is Northern Minnesota and based on the 2010 census, the county’s population was 44,442. The county seat is Bemidji and the name of the county comes from the Italian count Giacomo Beltrami, who was an explorer in the area back in 1825. The county’s total area is 3,056 square miles.

5 County’s Departments:

Assessors, Environmental Services, Soil and Water Conservation District, Facilities Management/Safety, Health and Human Services

Beltrami County Sheriff:

is Phil Hodapp who is a second-generation officer of law enforcement with more than 35 years of law enforcement experience. He was first elected in November 2006 and in case of an emergency the Law Enforcement lobby is accessible to the public 24 hours daily. The county’s duties are:

Principles of Protection Service, Professional Administration, Federal and Local Law Enforcement, Service Provision, Field Patrol Duties, Criminal Investigators

The County Sheriff can be reached by calling 218-333-9111 and his office address is 613 Minnesota Ave, NW Bemidji, MN 56601

Beltrami Court Administration:

Responsible for filing civil, traffic, criminal, family, juvenile and probate matters. The court is responsible for case management, jury management and fines. The resident judges are Paul T. Benshoof, Shari R. Schluchter, and John G. Melbye.

The address is 600 Minnesota Ave, NW Ste. 108 Bemidji, MN 56601

Inquiry For Warrant:

The arrest warrant can be accessed through online or you can directly contact the jail. You need to have their full name, or visit the local jail. You also have to be clear if you have a warrant for your arrest so you can be taken into custody right away.

Beltrami County Jail Contact Information:

The given information here is very crucial, especially if you need to report a crime.

Phone: 218-333-8475 Address: 626 Minnesota Ave. Bemidji, MN 56601

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Beltrami County Sheriff Address
613 Minnesota Ave. NW Bemidji, MN, 56601

Phone:(218) 751-9111

Beltrami County Sheriff's Office

We welcome you to the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office official facebook page. The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office will use this page to promote community relationships, disseminate information, and share activities within the Sheriff's Office. Please take a moment to read the information below, which includes posting guidelines and rules. We believe feedback and communication with our community members is the best way to develop a positive relationship with all of our citizens. We welcome feedback of all types, but we reserve the privilege of moderating what is posted to our facebook page. By visiting and interacting with our page, you agree to the restriction that your post may be deleted, hidden, or moderated at the discretion of the BCSO facebook page administrators. In the event you feel a member of the Sheriff's Office has acted out of their authority or in a manner that would negatively represent the Sheriff's Office, we have a formal complaint process in place. These complaints can be made by contacting dispatch (ph.218.333.9111) and requesting to speak to a supervisor, they will assist you through the complaint process. Personnel complaints will not be handled or received over facebook. Commendations are welcome, and can be officially made by following the same process of contacting dispatch for a supervisor. Other posts that are not permitted: personal attacks on other citizens or members of the Sheriff's Office, unconfirmed information or speculation, information pertaining to "under investigation" or open cases, profanity, material or content that has been socially deemed lewd or inappropriate, promotion for private gain by any user, business, or organization, and posts that reflect negatively of the Sheriff's Office. We may disable the posting and commenting feature with no notice. Calls for service or reports cannot be made over facebook. We want to provide the most efficient and professional service to our citizens. While facebook allows us an opportunity to interact with our citizens, we do not want anyone to encounter a delay or diminished services as posts may be missed or not acknowledged timely as this account is not monitored 24/7. Thank you for your continued trust and partnership in keeping Beltrami County Safe. ~ To protect the lives, rights, privileges, and property of the citizens of Beltrami County. ~
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The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office extends our thoughts and condolences to the Minneapolis Police Department after the tragic death of one of their 911 Dispatchers who was killed on the way to report for duty.
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Remember winter driving:

Decrease speed,
increase distance!

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Beltrami County Sheriff's Office4 days ago

Chief Deputy Beitel issued the below Press Release cancelling the Community Notification Meeting scheduled for next week. The subject is not being released at this time.

Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office


Level 3 registrant offender

Community Notification Meeting Canceled

Bemidji, MN--February 16, 2018

BEMIDJI, MN--The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office had previously advised the public that a level three predatory offender was scheduled to be released from the custody of the Minnesota Department of Corrections to the Bemidji area.

The Sheriff’s Office learned today that the release of Chester L Grauberger will not take place as previously schedule. Therefore, the community notification meeting schedule for Tuesday, February 20, 2018 has been canceled.

Chief Deputy Ernie Beitel
Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office
Beltrami County Sheriff's Office
Beltrami County Sheriff's Office5 days ago

We've notified BNSF Railway that the crossing gates at Adams Ave are malfunctioning. One gate is down with the lights blinking. You should consider the crossing CLOSED if the lights are activated and use an alternative route.

The railroad and our dispatch center are aware of the issue, so you do not need to report it. Thanks!

2018FEB16 1030hrs
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Beltrami County Sheriff's Office1 week ago

Please see text below from Chief Deputy Ernie Beitel regarding a level three offender being release and a community notification meeting.

PRESS RELEASE - Beltrami County Sheriff's Office
Level 3 registrant offender being released
Community Notification Meeting Scheduled
Bemidji, MN--February 13, 2018

BEMIDJI, MN--The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office is advising the public that a level three predatory offender is scheduled to be released from the custody of the Minnesota Department of Corrections to the Bemidji area..

On Tuesday, February 20, 2018, Chester L Grauberger will be moving to the vicinity of Pony Lake Rd NW and Highway 89 in Liberty Township.Grauberger has served the sentence imposed on him by the courts and he will be transitioning into the community.

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting a Community Notification meeting at 6:00 PM on Monday, February 19, 2018 at the Eckles Community Center, 9735 Cardinal Rd NW, in Eckles Township. Representatives from the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota Department of Corrections will be on hand to provide information and answer any questions.

For more information go to and click on “Offender Search”.

Directions from Bemidji: US Highway #2 west to Cardinal Rd (County Highway 9), travel north (right), approximately 4 miles to the Community Center, located on your left.

Chief Deputy Ernie Beitel
Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office
Beltrami County Sheriff's Office
Beltrami County Sheriff's Office1 week ago

February 12, 2018

To whom it may concern,

I have decided not to seek a fourth term as Beltrami County Sheriff in the 2018 fall election. The opportunity to serve as Sheriff of this great county has been the most gratifying experience in my 42 years of law enforcement. I want to thank the citizens of Beltrami County for all their support. It has been my honor to serve them as Sheriff.

I particularly want to thank the men and women of the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office for their hard work and dedication to the citizens and to this organization. Every day they come to work prepared to do a job that is both challenging and difficult, and they do so with a great sense of duty and professionalism.

The Sheriff’s Office has reduced crime in our neighborhoods and improved safety on our roads over the last 11 years in our county. Our Office has collaborated with other disciplines in Education, Health, Human Services, Mental Health and Criminal Justice to pilot alternatives to incarceration of mentally ill individuals and seek locally based treatment options. You can be proud of the effort your Sheriff’s Office is undertaking on your behalf to save taxpayer dollars while providing the most compassionate and efficient service in your county.

I especially want to thank County Administrator Kay Mack for her advice and support to me and to the Sheriff’s Office and I want to thank the current and former Beltrami County Commissioners and all the County Department Heads and elected officials across Beltrami County for their support during my tenure as Sheriff.

I am proud of what we have accomplished during my time in this elected position. It is essential for the Sheriff’s Office to continue to provide progressive and innovative services for our citizens. Chief Deputy Sheriff Ernie Beitel has been instrumental in the operation and strategic planning in the Sheriff’s Office; that is why I am encouraging Ernie to run for Beltrami County Sheriff. Ernie is well respected in Northern Minnesota’s law enforcement community. His experience and leadership has been invaluable to me and the citizens of Beltrami County.

I look forward to completing my term through the remainder of this year; it has been my sincere pleasure to serve as your Beltrami County Sheriff.

Sheriff Phil Hodapp