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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

Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyThursday, August 16th, 2018 at 6:21am
Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliasen proudly announced today the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2018. The Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association (MSA) Board of Directors has established a scholarship fund for the awarding of up to 15- $600 scholarships for this year. These scholarships are available thanks to the coordinated efforts of the 87 Sheriffs of the State of Minnesota.

“Peace officers in our society have complex duties to perform,” said Sheriff Eliasen. “The MSA recognizes the importance of pre-entry training for people considering law enforcement as their career choice, and recognizes some students need outside help to meet these costs even though they excel academically. I am pleased to be able to extend this opportunity to qualifying law enforcement students from Cook County.”

The Scholarship Committee, in making its selection of awards, intends on achieving representation from all geographical areas of the state. Scholarship awards will be announced by Dec 28 of the same year. Application forms and a statement of procedures are available at the Cook County Sheriff’s Office. Scholarships are only available to students currently enrolled in one of the following three categories:

1. Mandated POST Skills Program
2. In their second year of a two-year law enforcement program.
3. In their third or fourth year of a four-year college criminal justice program.

To qualify, students must have completed at least one year of the two-year program or two years of a four-year program. Students meeting these criteria are invited to obtain a scholarship application form from their local Sheriff’s Office or online at .
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyWednesday, August 15th, 2018 at 8:26am
At the Tuesday, Aug. 14, Board of Commissioners Meeting, the Cook County Sheriff's Office presented a number of items including:

Sheriff’s Office Budget review
Sheriff Pat Eliasen reviewed the proposed budgets related to law enforcement and jail services, including proposed capital expenditures, a Fleet Management Contract with Enterprise Inc, and Dispatch workspace workstation replacements. Commissioners received 2019 working budget books that include Department and line item-level budget requests from each of the County Department heads.

Sheriff Eliasen along with Deputy Paul Spry introduced K9 Deputy Eddy to the Board and reviewed the training and appropriate uses of a K9 officer including narcotics, apprehension, officer protection, tracking and item recovery.
The Board approved the K9 Memorandum of Understanding which amends the current Law Enforcement Employee Contract (LELS) to include the adoption of regular standards for K9 and Officer costs.

WOLD Jail study
John McNamara, Wold Architects and Engineers, presented a summary of the Master Plan Report of the Jail Study that began in 2017. The plan includes jail statistics, space analysis, and an operational analysis of jail costs. The recommendation of the study is to continue with the investigation of a project to convert our current 72-hour-hold facility to a full 12-month county jail, meeting all Department of Corrections standards.
The study also included a countywide space analysis and makes recommendations for future considerations in other County departments and buildings. To review Wold’s presentation of the Final Master Plan, go to:,%202018%20scan.pdf

For a full summary of the Board Meeting, video or the agenda package go to:
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyWednesday, August 15th, 2018 at 5:57am
Fire on Rollins Creek Road Destroys Cabin and Bunkhouse

At approximately 6:20 pm, on Tuesday, Aug. 14, a call came in to Cook County 911 Dispatch from a passerby reporting visible smoke and a residential structure engulfed in flame at 4 County Road 34 (Rollins Creek Road) in Lutsen Township.

Lutsen and Tofte Fire Departments along with Lutsen EMS and the Cook County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched and on scene at 6:33 pm. Schroeder and Grand Marais Fire Departments were later dispatched to assist and to secure additional water, along with the US Forest Service Fire units out of the Tofte and Grand Marais District offices out of precaution, as the fire had the potential to spread into surrounding forest.

All four fire departments were on scene by 7 pm, and tender trucks filled water tanks, shuttling back and forth to the emergency hydrant at Lutsen Resort. By 7:11 pm, the fire was 80 per cent contained and risk of further spread was not a concern.

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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyWednesday, August 15th, 2018 at 2:51am
Join the “EARTH EX” Preparedness Event on August 22

As we become more dependent on interconnected utilities and technology (including energy grids, communications, data systems, etc.) we also become more vulnerable to catastrophe from damages to those systems.

Think it can’t happen to you? Just this January 2018 large parts of Cook County experienced an extended power outage during frigid temps. In 2010, Lake County experienced the 2010 fiber-optic failure and couldn’t make phone calls, buy gasoline or make bank transactions. Every wind storm or blizzard has the potential to damage our grid systems.

What would you do when the power goes out for a week or more, as it did during Hurricane Irma in Florida last fall? You won’t be able to heat your home, turn on the water or lights, or charge your cell phone.

The Electric Infrastructure Security (EIS) Council thinks about these potential problems a lot. They’ve designed an online event for individuals, families, businesses and government on Wednesday, Aug.22. Take a look at Click on “Individuals and Families” to watch a comical five-minute video. Then sign up to play EARTH EX with your family and friends.

In this animated, interactive learning exercise, you and your friends will learn some of the most important steps you can take to prepare for power and communications outages. Think ahead. Gather some friends, make some popcorn, and play EARTH EX on Aug. 22.

Help might NOT always be on the way.

Contact: Office of Emergency Management & Public Information, 218-387-5366 or
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety shared Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department's post.Tuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 12:07pm
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety
Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyTuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 7:22am
A notice from our friends at Arrowhead Electric Cooperative, Inc:

Scheduled Power Outage will affect members on the Maple Hill Substation – Circuit 2; Wednesday, August 15, 2018. The outage time is 9 am to Noon.This outage will also affect True North Internet service, but True North phone service will be available.

*Note, only phones that do not require power will continue to operate during the outage. A cordless handset phone will not function without power.

This outage will affect members along:
- Fire numbers 728 through 1487 Gunflint Trail
- Pincushion Drive
- Cutoff Road
- Old Ski Hill Road
- Devil Track Road from the Maple Hill Substation East
- Mort Meadows
- Cougar Trail
- Thomas Lane
- School House Road
- Gunflint Hills Golf Course
- Golf Course Road
- Wahlstrom Road
- Hawk Lane
- Maple Hill Drive

Arrowhead Electric and TrueNorth apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and would like to thank you for your continued support while our crews safely complete the maintenance in your area. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the AECI office at 663-7239.