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This is the second most populous county in Minnesota with a population of 508,640 back in 2010. The county seat is named St. Paul which is the state capital. The county was named after Alexander Ramsey, who was the first governor and the county was founded in 1849. The total area of the county is 170 square miles and it is the smallest one in Minnesota. The county has an office with departments that handle crime prevention and public safety. Those departments are the county attorney, Sheriff, emergency communications, homeland security and emergency management, and medical examiner.

About the Sheriff

The Sheriff is Dr. Matthew D. Bostrom who is the 21st Sheriff of the county and has been serving since January 4, 2011. The address of his office is 425 Grove Street St. Paul, MN 55101 and the contact number is 651-266-9670.

The Sheriff is responsible for providing safety through policies, maintaining trust through fiscal responsibility, public safety collaboration, community and justice partners, diversity encouragement, service improvement through technology, and youth connection for the future.

Court administration

Address: 425 Grove Street, St. Paul, MN 55101

If you need to ask about your fine, you need to call 651-281-3219 or if you are calling from outside the metro area, dial 1-800-657-3611.

You can also pay a fine through mail by sending a check or money order and send it to the Minnesota Court Payment Center at P.O. Box 898, Willmar, MN 56201. Make sure to indicate your case number when sending the payment.

County jail

425 Grove Street Saint Paul, MN 55101

Phone number: 651-266-9350

If you need to visit someone in jail, you need to give them your full name together with a valid photo s you can be included in the next schedule of visitors because you cannot just walk-in.   

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Ramsey County Sheriff Address
425 Grove St. St. Paul, MN  55101


Phone:(651) 266-9670

Ramsey County Sheriff's Office

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Last weekend our Dive Team packed up their gear and headed north to join Itasca County divers on their home turf. Together, the RCSO and Itasca County teams descended into both a lake and a water-filled mine pit to complete multiple dives over the course of the weekend’s joint training operation. The teams focused on skills related to search patterns, metal detector operations, and boat operations.

#Teamwork #KeepingSkillsFresh
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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office14 hours ago
Looking for a full-time career that's meaningful, challenging, and serves the community?

Join Ramsey County as a 9-1-1 Telecommunicator!

Apply online at

#DoGood #PublicSafetyCareers
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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office1 day ago
This week marks the wrap of an extraordinary 27-year public service career and the retirement of Chief Deputy Julie Rudie. Chief Deputy Rudie began her career with the St. Paul Police Department, where she was assigned to patrol, the communications center, youth services, and then onward to a promotion to Sergeant to supervise school resource officers, the training unit, internal affairs, and background investigations. In 2011, the RCSO was fortunate to bring Chief Deputy Rudie into the fold, and she led here as Undersheriff of the Administration Division and then as Chief Deputy.

She inspired a lot of people along the way!

We thank you wholeheartedly for your leadership and wish you a happy and relaxing retirement!

Ramsey County Sheriff's Office
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Last week, Sheriff Serier joined Senator Amy Klobuchar, Secretary of State Steve Simon, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, and advocates from MnCASA and the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women to support a bill that would extend the Safe at Home program to the federal level.

Safe at Home is a statewide address confidentiality program that’s designed to help people who fear for their safety maintain a confidential address. Often times participants of the program are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

Find more information on the Safe at Home program at

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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
It's not just peak fall colors we're at - we're also at peak season for car vs. deer crashes in Minnesota. Deer crashes are especially dangerous for motorcyclists.

A few tips from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety:

• Drive at safe speeds and always be buckled up.
• Be especially cautious from 6 to 9 p.m., when deer are most active.
• Use high beams as much as possible at night, especially in deer-active areas.
• Watch for the reflection of deer eyes and for deer silhouettes on the shoulder of the road. If anything looks slightly suspicious, slow down.

And just as important - never veer for deer - although our natural reaction may be to avoid injuring an animal, swerving can cause you to drive into oncoming traffic or to drive off the road.

#DontVeerForDeer #SlowDown #BuckleUp
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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
Make it your after-dark routine.

We'll be here for you 24/7.

#NightlyRoutine #AfterDark #BeSafe