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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 Office3 hours ago
Earlier today, the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners voted 7-0 to withdraw Commissioner Greene’s budget amendment for a County Administration takeover of the Crime Lab during the County Board meeting.

The amendment was first introduced two weeks ago without discussion or input from Sheriff's Office, or the 44 cities and 35 local police departments that utilize the Crime Lab's services. Since learning of the amendment, law enforcement leaders, police officers, deputies, union representatives, elected officials, and community members bombarded the Commissioners with letters, emails, and phone calls to voice their opposition to the amendment and object to the lack of transparency about the proposal.

Shortly after the vote, Sheriff Stanek, joined by dozens of area law enforcement officers, including personnel from the Crime Lab, and community stakeholders, held a brief press conference to share his reaction.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office shared their video.1 day ago
Tomorrow at 1:30 the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners are scheduled to hold a final vote for the amendment to change the management of the Crime Lab from the Sheriff's Office to County Administration.

Last week, the amendment was moved forward, by a vote of 4-3, to be heard for a final time during the County Board meeting tomorrow.

This change in management was not discussed with the Sheriff's Office, or the 44 cities and 35 local police departments that utilize the Crime Lab's services. Several local Police Chiefs and elected officials see this as a violation of the public trust, and for this reason dozens of police officers, deputies, elected officials and community members attended last week’s County Board meeting to show a unified opposition to the amendment.

If this proposal passes, the Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Investigators will lose their international accreditation, which creates uncertainties ranging from evidence chain of custody protocols, to evidence storage and security issues. The lack of accreditation could also lead to increased operating costs and fewer services provided to our local police departments.

You can voice your concerns about the proposed plan by contacting the County Commissioners or attending the County Board meeting tomorrow. Contact info here: https://www.hennepin.us/your-government/leadership/find-commissioner
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
This coming Tuesday, December 12th at 1:30 p.m., the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners will make a final vote on a proposal to change the management of the Crime Lab. This change, that was not discussed with any law enforcement agencies or city leaders, will have a drastic impact on the public safety services that the Sheriff's Office and 44 cities in Hennepin County provide to residents. If this proposal passes, the Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Investigators will lose their international accreditation, which creates uncertainties ranging from evidence chain of custody protocols, to evidence storage and security issues, just to name a few. The lack of accreditation could also lead to increased operating costs and fewer services provided to our local police departments. We believe we are just one vote away from stopping this proposal. You can help with this effort by sharing this video and calling, emailing or talking with Commissioners Debbie Goettel, Peter McLaughlin, Linda Higgins, and Marion Greene to explain why this proposal is not in the best interest of Hennepin County.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
This coming Tuesday, December 12th at 1:30 p.m., the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners will make a final vote on a proposal to change the management of the Crime Lab. This change, that was not discussed with any law enforcement agencies or city leaders, will have a drastic impact on the public safety services that the Sheriff's Office and 44 cities in Hennepin County provide to residents. If this proposal passes, the Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Investigators will lose their international accreditation, which creates uncertainties ranging from evidence chain of custody protocols, to evidence storage and security issues, just to name a few. The lack of accreditation could also lead to increased operating costs and fewer services provided to our local police departments.

We believe we are just one vote away from stopping this proposal. You can help with this effort by sharing this video and calling, emailing or talking with Commissioners Debbie Goettel, Peter McLaughlin, Linda Higgins, and Marion Greene to explain why this proposal is not in the best interest of Hennepin County.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
In Hennepin County we have some of the best law enforcement agencies in the state, and our crime lab is a countywide public safety resource for all of our local police departments – but this proposed change in management has potential to lead to a reduction in crime lab services with negative impacts on our local police departments and our communities. Several of our local Police Chiefs share these concerns because their top priority as a public safety leader is the safety of the residents they have sworn an oath to protect.

If you want to voice your concerns, you can do so this Wednesday, 1-4 p.m. during the County Board meeting located at the Hennepin County Government Center, A-2400.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
This year the best holiday shopping tips won't be coming from retailers, but instead from law enforcement. Here are a few things to keep in mind to help make sure your holiday gifts don't end up in the wrong hands.

Online shopping helps us avoid long lines, empty shelves, and parking lot mayhem, but when those packages arrive, they can often sit outside of your house or apartment for several hours. This provides an easy target for would-be thieves who can quickly grab those packages and be on to the next house in a matter of seconds. There are, however, a few things you can do to help prevent this from happening.

When placing online orders, consider having packages sent to work. If this isn't an option, check to see if the shipping company has a pick up location. A third option is in-store pickup if you are buying online from a retailer such as Target or Walmart, you still avoid the lines and empty shelves (however, not the parking lot mayhem), and you can rest easy knowing your holiday gifts will end up where they belong.

If you prefer to brave the malls and shopping centers, there are still a few things you should keep in mind. If you put valuables or holiday gifts in your vehicle, they can still be susceptible to would-be thieves who can easily see them through your windows. To avoid potential break-ins, put these items in your trunk, or keep them with you while shopping.

Holiday gift shopping can be stressful, but if you keep these tips in mind, hopefully you can cross theft off your list of concerns.