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Cook County

The Cook County in Northeastern MN had a recorded population of 5,176 in 2010, which means that it ranks number 5 in terms of population among the counties in Minnesota. It borders Lake Superior on the Southern boarder. The county seat is named Grand Marais. It is where the Grand Portage Indian Reservation is located. The total area of the county is 3,340 square miles. The County has several divisions that serve and protect the citizens against crime.

The divisions are civil process, criminal dispatch, emergency management, jail, and search and rescue.

Sheriff’s Department Information

The Sheriff is Pat Eliasen and this e-mail address is and can be reached by contacting 218-387-3030 or sending a fax to 218-387-3032. The address of the Sheriff’s Office is 143 Gunflint Trail Grand Marais, MN 55604

The Sheriff’s Office aims to earn public respect as a professional public safety organization and they are responsive to those they serve. They are committed to protecting the lives, rights and property of everyone.

Cook county court administration

The court administrator is Amy Turnquist and the contact number is 218-387-3610. Fax number is 218-387-3007. The Office can be found in 411 West 2nd Street Grand Marais, MN 55604

The courthouse has original jurisdiction in every civil, family, juvenile, probate, traffic and criminal cases that are filed in Cook County. The court is part of the 6th Judicial District.

Cook county jail

411 West 2nd Street, Grand Marais, MN 55604

Contact number is 218-387-3124

If you need to search for an inmate, you can access the roster of people in custody online, which includes their status, bail amount, and visitation hours. It would be easier if you have their full name, date of birth, and ID number.

If you have an emergency, dial 911 or contact the Sheriff’s Office to leave a tip or report a crime to help maintain the safety of people in the County.  

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Cook County Sheriff Address
611 6th Ave. E. Grand Marais, MN  55604


Phone:(218) 387-3030

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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety5 days ago
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is offering free cable locks to firearm owners to prevent gun accidents, theft and misuse.

“If you own a firearm, you have a responsibility to secure it – especially if there are children in your home,” said Sheriff Pat Eliasen. “There’s no excuse. Stop by the Law Enforcement Center and pick up your firearm lock today. They are free and take just seconds to install or remove. Respect it. Secure it.”

This public safety initiative is a partnership between the Cook County Sheriff’s Office and Project ChildSafe. Project ChildSafe is a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote firearm safety and education through the distribution of safety education messages and free firearm safety kits to communities across the U.S.

The free firearm safety kits are available for pick-up at the Cook County Law Enforcement Center located at 143 Gunflint Trail in Grand Marais or from the Cook County Sheriff’s Office Substation in Grand Portage, located at 21Townsite Rd.
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• Text-to-911 is now available throughout Minnesota. The service was deployed in December 2017.
• Text-to-911 can be the first contact option for individuals who are deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing or those with speech impairments.
• Text-to-911 should only be used when a person can’t safely make a voice call.

– When someone must stay quiet to remain safe.
– If peer pressure is strong.
• Text-to-911 is a discreet way to report domestic violence, home invasions, human trafficking, and suicidal individuals.

1. Enter the numbers 911 in the “To” field.
2. Text your exact location and type of emergency.
3. Send the message.
4. Promptly answer questions and follow instructions.

TIPS: Use simple words. Do not use abbreviations, emoji’s, pictures or slang (BRB, IDK, THX,
2day and BTW). Do not text and drive!
Texting 911 with a false report is a crime. If you accidentally send a text to 911, send another
text, or call 911 to let the dispatcher know that there is no emergency.

Emergency response may be lengthened due to the time it takes for a text to 911 to be typed
and sent. Delivery speed is not guaranteed.
• Dispatchers prefer calls so they can get cues from background noise and voice inflections.
• If you text to 911, dispatchers will ask if they can call you.
• Location is not as accurate with text as it is with a call. Be sure to text your exact address.
• A text or data plan is required to use Text-to-911.
• Texts to 911 will get a bounce back message if you are roaming.
• Texts to 911 have a 160 character limit, can get out of order, or may not be received.
• There is no language translation service for texts to 911.
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Have you registered for CodeRED, the County’s emergency alert system? Cook County uses CodeRED, a high-speed mass notification system to help keep you safe in the event of an emergency.

“We encourage everyone to register on CodeRed,” said Valerie Marasco, Director – Office of Emergency Management & Public Information. “It’s free and takes only a few seconds, and you will then be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. The system allows us to deliver emergency messages to you through text message, email and phone calls to your landline or mobile device – you choose how to be notified.”

Messages can be delivered county-wide, to specific geographic regions, or to specific audience. Some examples of when CodeRED may be used include:
• Evacuation Notices
• Missing Person Cases
• Fires
• Floods
• Boil water notices

If your cell phone is your primary communication device, it’s important that you sign up to include your mobile contact information so that you receive emergency alerts even when you are on the go. You can also choose to receive text and email messages at the same time.

Register now at: under the Sheriff’s Office or Emergency Management/Public Information pages or go directly to: