Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Carver County MN: Arrest Date, Mugshot, Charges, Bail Amounts, Booking #, Release Date.

The 2010 census recorded that there are 91,042 people in the county and the seat is Chaska. Carver got its name from the explorer Jonathan Carver whose travel started in Boston up to Minnesota River in 1766-67. The total area of the county is 374 square miles. According to research, it is one of the 7 counties in southern Minnesota that does not have any soil, only Savannas and Prairies.

The County Sheriff handles several divisions like administrative services, jail services, emergency management and communication services, patrol services, and patrol support services.

County Sheriff

The County Sheriff is Jim Olson

He can be reached through this number: 952-361-1212

E-mail add: jolson@co.carver.mn.us

Crime tips

If you have information about a crime, you can report to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office Tip Center or you can provide an anonymous tip by calling 952-361-1224. This is the tip line.

The number is not for a crime that is currently happening and you need to call 911 for that.

Court Administration

The court administrator is Kristen Trebil-Halbersma

It is the district court’s responsibility to process files for civil, criminal, traffic, probate, juvenile, and family matters. They are also responsible for case management, jury management, and collection and reimbursement of revenue.

Current office address: Court Administrator Government Center, Justice Center Building

Contact number: 952-361-1420

Carver County Jail

606 East 4th Chaska, MN 55318

Phone number: 952-361-1145

How to find out who is in jail

If you need to find out who is in jail, visit their website and search for an inmate using their full name, date of birth, and if you know their ID number, it would be easier for you. There is a possibility that they are in another jail and you can check the list that shows all of the inmates in Minnesota.

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Carver County Sheriff Address
606 East 4th Street Chaska, MN  55318

 

Phone:(612) 361-1212

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Carver County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Just a friendly reminder to prevent theft at your home, please remember to lock your car doors, remove valuables from vehicles, and close your garge doors. Thank you! -822
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Carver County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
Winter Hazard Awareness Week, Day 5: Winter Driving
Each year, hundreds of Minnesotans find themselves stranded on the roadside. Winter weather can kill in mere minutes an unprepared person exposed to the elements. Follow this link to learn more about what items to put in a winter car survival kit and what to do if you find yourself stranded in your car: https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/hsem/weather-awareness-preparedness/Documents/WinterSurvivalInYourCar.pdf
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Carver County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
Winter Hazard Awareness Week, Day 4: Indoor Winter Safety, Radon
Did you know that based on testing done in Minnesota, one out of every three homes may exceed the EPA guideline for radon? Radon can enter your home from the surrounding soil and accumulate in living areas, especially during the winter months, when homes are sealed and insulated against the cold. Exposure to radon over an extended period of time may increase your long-term risk of developing lung cancer. The first step in protecting yourself against radon is to have your home tested. Follow this link to learn more about testing and keeping your home safe from radon: http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/indoorair/radon/rnbrochure.pdf
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Carver County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
Winter Hazard Awareness Week, Day 3: Winter Fire Safety
In the winter months, our heating, lighting, cooking, and holiday activities increase dramatically and with them, the risk of residential fires. The information below provides facts and tips about the threat of home fires and how to avoid them. Follow this link to learn more about winter home and fire safety: https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/hsem/weather-awareness-preparedness/Pages/winter-fire-safety.aspx
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Carver County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
This week is Winter Weather Awareness Week! Before the extreme cold comes our way this winter be aware of how to avoid, identify and treat frostbite and hypothermia!