Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Itaska County MN: Arrest Date, Mugshot, Charges, Bail Amount, Booking #, Release Date, Warrants

It is a county that had a population of 45,058 according to what the 2010 census recorded. The name of its county seat is Grand Rapids and the county got its name from Lake Itasca. Itasca was first gathered in 1849 and has a total area of 2,928 square miles. The County Sheriff’s office is responsible for handling several departments that do their part in keeping the county safe, secure, and orderly for its citizens.

The county Sheriff

His name is Vic Williams and you can contact him by calling 218-327-7470 and the office address is 440 1st Avenue, NE Grand Rapids MN 55744. You can also send an e-mail to

The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for civil process, emergency management, CodeRED community notification enrollment page, county jail, records division, and search and rescue.

If you have an emergency, directly call 911 and they will respond. You can also leave a tip by going on their website and contacting them.

Court administration

The court administrator is Sean Jones and can be contacted by calling 218-327-2870 or sending a fax to 218-327-2897. You can also an e-mail to

The office address is at 123 NE 4th Street Grand Rapids MN 55744

The court calendar reflect scheduled hearings in the courtroom, but they do not handle all matters taken by the court each day.

County jail

Address: 440 1st Avenue NE Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone number: 218-327-2875

The jail administrator is Lucas Thompson

This division is responsible for running the Itasca County Jail we are licensed as a 3rd Class Jail by the Minnesota Department of Corrections because of the security it provides for the sentenced and pre-sentenced prisoners. There are two facilities in the jail – the annex and main jail.

If you know about a crime, you can leave a tip by contacting the Sheriff’s office.

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Itasca County Sheriff Address
440 NE First Ave. Grand Rapids, MN 55744


Phone: 218-326-3477

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The Itasca County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone that the State Hwy 38 Construction Project starts Monday May 14th. Construction updates will be posted on the MNDOT 511
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Come out and enjoy a great meal, for a great cause supporting our D.A.R.E program.
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On May 5, 1984, then-President Ronald Reagan issued Proclamation 5187-National Correctional Officers’ Week, in which he called “upon officials of State and local governments
and the people of the United States to observe this week with appropriate ceremonies and activities,” to recognize “the contributions of correctional officers to our Nation.”

President Reagan was the first president to formally recognize the great work of those in our profession and the very difficult, and at times dangerous, nature of corrections work. He wrote
that correctional officers are “essential to the day-to-day operations of these institutions; without them it would be impossible to achieve the foremost institutional goals of security and control.”

Corrections professionals know all too well the risks and challenges associated with the work each of you do. We need to take time this week to congratulate our brothers and sisters in the field for their successes in protecting the public.

The thousands of women and men working in corrections — in administration, security or health care — in the federal system, a state system, a local facility, a private facility, or in a military facility, in an adult facility or a juvenile facility, in a prison, a jail, or a community-based program — are owed a tremendous debt of gratitude. Corrections professionals put their health, safety and lives on the line every day to maintain public safety, to reform and rehabilitate our nation’s offenders and perform many other duties.

From the Itasca County Sheriff's Office, Thanks to the many men and women that serve as our Correctional Officers.
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Hot and dry conditions combined with breezy southwest to west
winds across northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin will
result in near critical fire weather conditions today. This means
the very dry vegetation combined with these weather conditions
could cause any fires to spread easily. If you plan on burning,
please consult local county officials for any burn restrictions
that may be in effect, or simply consider not burning today.