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Found in Northwestern Minnesota, Clay County had a population of 58,999 as recorded by the 2010 census. The county seat is Moorhead and the name of the county was given to honor Henry Clay, who was an American Statesman. The county’s total area is 1,053 square miles. Its first formation was in 1862 and got organized in 1872. The original name was Breckenridge County, but the name was changed to Clay County in 1862.

The County’s Sheriff’s Office has several divisions which are the administration, investigations, management of emergencies, patrol, jail and annex, and support services.

County Sheriff

The County Sheriff is Bill Bergquist and he can be reached by contacting this number: 218-299-5155

Bill Bergquist’s duty is to keep the high level of service in the county while making everything for the Sheriff’s Office cost effective; to give support to the present involvement with the Federal Drug Task Force and provide support to the Gang Task Force. The Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for providing assistance to education and start crime prevention programs for every resident in Clay County.

Sheriff’s Office address: 915 9th Avenue, N. Moorhead, MN 56560

Fax number: 218-299-5228

Court Administration

The administrator is Shelly Jeffers and the office address is Clay County Courthouse 807 11th St, N. 1st Floor Moorhead, MN 56560

Contact number is 218-299-5065- Fax number is 218-299-7307

The responsibilities of the court administration are to keep records and manage cases for all district courts in the county. The coverage of the cases are civil, family, juvenile, probate, criminal, and conciliation cases in the court.

Clay county jail

Administrator is Julie Savat

Contact number: 218-299-5163

Annex:  218-299-7348

Fax: 218-299-7696

Address: 915 9th Ave. N. Moorhead, MN 56560

These are the information needed to report a crime or call 911 to report an emergency.

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Clay County Sheriff Address
915 9th Ave. N. Moorhead, MN  56560

 

Phone:(218) 299-5151

Clay County Sheriff's Office

The Clay County Sheriff's Office provides policing services to 30 townships and 6 incorporated cities covering 1,053 square miles.
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Clay County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
THIS!!! 💙 Thank you for the love Hawley Preschoolers!!!
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Clay County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.4 days ago
Thank you to the Moorhead Police Department Citizens Police Academy for breakfast this morning at the Law Enforcement Center.

Each year during Police Week, current and alumi members of the Citizens Police Acedmeny take the time to prepare an excellent meal for Moorhead Officers, Clay County Deputies, Correctional Staff and Support Staff. It is truly appreciated by all of us.

Thank You!
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Clay County Sheriff's Office6 days ago
Miss Moorhead and Miss Moorhead Outstanding Teen were kind enough to drop off cookies for Clay County Deputies and Moorhead Officers today. They even remembered to take care of our K-9’s and dropped off some treats for them.

Thank you for treats!
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Clay County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
May 6th -12th is National Correctional Officers Week. Our Correctional Officers provide protection to the citizens of Clay County by providing a deterrent to crime and by returning violators to the community with a more responsible attitude toward themselves and the community. They also ensure the safety and security of inmates while they are in the Clay County Jail.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication to Clay County
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Clay County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago
We added a new deputy to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Andrew Lund was sworn in by Judge Gustafson today and will be assigned badge #706. Deputy Lund is from the Franklin Minnesota area and an NDSU graduate.

Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Andrew to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

Congratulations Andrew!
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Clay County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.3 weeks ago
On Friday, three employees of the Sheriff’s Office decided to call it quits after serving the citizens of Clay County for a combined total of 80 years.

Chief Deputy Matt Siiro retired after serving 24 years. Matt began his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a patrol deputy and worked his way through the ranks of the Sheriff’s Office. Matt served as a Lieutenant in Patrol, Support Services and Emergency Management before being appointed to Chief Deputy by Sheriff Bergquist.

Deputy Mike Honek retired after serving nearly 30 years. Mike began his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a patrol deputy and worked in various assignments throughout his career. Mike worked as a Field Training Deputy and with the Gang Enforcement Team prior to transferring to the Support Services Division.

Correctional Officer Rick Stetz retired after serving 26 years. Rick began his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer working in the jail. Rick also worked various assignments throughout his career. Rick would transport inmates to different appointments and escort them to their court hearings. Rick was always willing to step in and assist other Correctional Officers when needed.

Matt, Mike and Rick were all great mentors to new employees and their experience, knowledge and dedication will be missed!!

Good luck in retirement Matt, Mike and Rick!!

(We were not able to get a photo of Deputy Honek because he took his last day off...lucky guy!!!)