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This county is the most populous in Minnesota because in 2010, the census recorded 1,152,425 citizens. It is also the 34th most populous county in the USA and the county seat is Minneapolis. The county was named after Father Louis Hennepin who was an explorer in the 17th century. The County was first created in 1852 and the total area is 607 square miles. The county office have departments that fight against crime to protect the citizens from the bad. These departments are civil process, jail, forensic sciences, warrants, fingerprinting, investigations, and communications 911.

About the Sheriff’s Office

The County Sheriff is Richard W. Stanek and was first sworn in on January 1, 2007. He got re-elected back in 2010 and 2014, making this his third term. He established 2 units that fight crime and they are Hennepin County Violent Offender Task Force and Criminal Information Sharing Analysis Unit. He was also led efforts in improving the psychiatric care for inmates that were diagnosed with mental illness.

Contact him by calling 612-348-3744

Office Address: 350 South 5th Street, Room 6 Minneapolis, MN 55415

Court administration

It Fourth Judicial District is the biggest trail court in the State and it serves Hennepin County. The chief Judge is Ivy S. Bernhardson and she can be contacted by calling 612-348-2040 or sending an e-mail to 4thJudgeBernhardsonChambers@court.state.mn.us

The office address is 300 South 6th Street, Floor C-8 Minneapolis, MN 55487

Divisions of the Fourth Judicial Court: Civil court, family court, juvenile court, probate/mental health court, criminal court, criminal mental health DWI and Veterans court, and Drug courts.

County Jail

Address: 401 South Fourth Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55415

Phone number: 612-348-5112

Call 911 for emergency or leave a tip on their website if you have information about a crime that has not been solved.   

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Hennepin County Sheriff Address
350 S. 5th St., Rm. 22 Minneapolis, MN  55415
Phone: 612-348-8008
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.1 day ago
Recently, our Violent Offender Task Force conducted a high-risk search warrant on a residence that was believed to contain several illegal firearms and drugs. During the search, multiple firearms were recovered and two suspects have been charged with weapons offenses.

VOTF is comprised of Sheriff's deputies, US Marshals, and officers from the following police departments; Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Richfield, and Golden Valley. Their work focuses on the most violent offenders in and around Hennepin County.
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.3 days ago
Thank you to everyone who stopped by our #NOverdose booth prior to yesterday's Vikings game. We gave out thousands of wristbands that serve as a reminder to properly dispose of unwanted medication to help prevent future opioid abuse. Here are a few photos of the friends we made prior to the game. As you can see, no matter what team you cheer for, we can all agree it is time to tackle the opioid epidemic together!
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Sheriff Stanek talking about #NOverdose at the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association annual conference in St. Cloud.
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
Get your #NOverdose wristband before today’s @Vikings game. Learn about medication disposal at our booth in the commons park.
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.6 days ago
Earlier this week we joined Rogers Fire Department during their open house. Parents and kids had the opportunity to see some equipment, learn about calling 911 and meet some of the men and women who keep them safe.
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The Sheriff's Office is alerting the community about the dangers of K2, an illegal synthetic drug that is believed to be the cause of more than 50 non-fatal overdoses in the County.

K2, also known as “spice”, is a synthetic marijuana designed to mimic the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), an ingredient in naturally grown marijuana plants. Users of synthetic marijuana report effects such as extreme anxiety, paranoia, and hallucination. Recent overdose victims have often been in an agitated state.

Synthetic cannabinoids have been illegal in Minnesota since 2014 and are considered a Schedule 1 Narcotic by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. According to State law, possession of more than 42.5 grams of a synthetic cannabinoid is considered intent to sell and is a felony. Possession of less than 42.5 grams of a synthetic cannabinoid is a misdemeanor.

For additional information on synthetic marijuana and other commonly abused drugs visit out website: http://www.hennepinsheriff.org/community-involvement/outreach/noverdose-campaign