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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
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
Today marks the 50th anniversary since the first call to 911 was placed. The Alabama Telephone Company implemented the first 911 system, and 50 years ago, Senator Rankin Fite called 911 for the first time in Haleyville, Alabama. That call was answered by Congressman Tom Bevill.

Since then, technology has improved significantly and 911 calls can now be made from cell phones and you can even text 911 during an emergency. One thing that has never changed? The people answering the 911 calls, yup, it's still real people who answer your calls, rather than a machine or computer system.

Here are some tips to keep in mind in case you need to call 911:
•Stay calm and answer the questions being asked to you, the 911 telecomunicators will ask important questions to help get the first responders to you as fast as possible.
•Know the location of the emergency, if you call from a cell phone, your phone might not provide dispatchers with an accurate location.
•Finally, do not hang up – event if it was an accident – the telecommunicators needs to gather important information. If you call by accident, let them know when they answer, accidents happen.

You can see behind the scene at our Emergency Communication Facility, or 911 dispatch, today on our Snapchat story. You can follow us by searching username "HennepinSheriff".
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
We are deeply saddened by the tragic incident that took place in Florida yesterday. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims, the students who attend Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, and the entire Parkland community.

During this incident and other active shooter incidents, we have seen the heroic actions of first responders, who train for these types of incidents hoping they will never happen, but knowing full well that it could be their community next. We are thankful for their actions that ultimately led to the apprehension of the suspect.

Several students and teachers who have recounted the terrible details from yesterday have told reporters that they had practiced what to do if ever in a active shooter situation. Run, Hide, Fight is a phrase we want everyone to learn.

Run:
-Evacuate if it is safe to do so
-Leave all personal belongings
-Visualize entire escape route; avoid elevators/escalators

Hide:
-If evacuation is not possible
-Hide in a secure area; “shelter areas” if possible
-Lock the door/barricade door with heavy furniture
-Cover windows, turn off lights, silence electronics
-Remain silent

Fight:
-If neither evacuation or hiding are options, consider attempting to disrupt/incapacitate the shooter
-Commit to actions, be aggressive, be confident
-Use any object in your environment: scissors, fire extinguishers, chairs

This video provides additional information about Run, Hide, Fight: https://youtu.be/5VcSwejU2D0
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RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event - English
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Have you followed us on Snapchat yet? Later this week we will be sharing our first "day in the life" story, taking you behind the scenes at our 911 Emergency Communications Facility.

If you missed our first story, don't worry, all of our stories are available on our YouTube channel. Link: youtu.be/QxfLAK17yCM

On Snapchat follow username "HennepinSheriff" or scan the snapcode.
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Hennepin County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Are you interested in learning more about our agency? Have you ever wanted to go on a jail tour or see what happens when you call 911? If you said yes, then sign up for our citizen law enforcement academy. It is a 7 night (once a week) free program that includes lots of fun and exciting tours and hands on learning. Hurry space is limited.

Learn more and sign up: https://www.hennepinsheriff.org/community-involvement/outreach/citizen-law-enforcement-academy
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