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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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"You go, Sam."
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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Tonight Deputy Sam Loe received the Save Our Sons first 2018 Community Policing Award, for her actions when responding to a potentially deadly-force weapons call earlier this year.

This special award was presented by Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter, "For your actions above and beyond the call of duty, sparing precious human life, and averting tragedy."

When asked to say a few words about receiving this award, Deputy Loe responded by giving thanks for the award and expressing her admiration for the young boy she encountered during the weapons call, telling the crowd of the boy's amazing accomplishments and potential.

Deputy Loe, you are a true class act who we are fortunate to have as one of our members!

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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
We’ve received reports this week that scammers are active again and attempting to impersonate Ramsey County deputies to gain information and/or money from citizens. Calls have been received by citizens both inside and outside Ramsey County including Mahtomedi, Maplewood, Woodbury, and St. Paul.

Here’s what happens; a citizen receives a phone call from the scammer who claims to be a Deputy, Lieutenant, or even Chief Deputy Steve Frazer from Ramsey County Sheriff’s Services. The scammer claims to have “a case” against the citizen and tries to elicit personal information from the citizen, such as their home address, their email address, and other personal details that could be later used for possible identity theft or phishing attempts. The scammer has also told citizens they will need to pay a fee in order to have a warrant eliminated, sometimes instructing them to respond to the courthouse to do so.

What should you do?
• Do not provide any personal details to the scammer
• Do not provide money or financial information to the scammer
• Do not respond to the courthouse to pay demanded fees
• Hang up
• Make note of the phone number the scammer called from and any other details
• Call your local law enforcement agency to file an informational report. The non-emergency phone number in Ramsey County is 651-767-0640.

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We continued to respect, honor, and remember today, as part of National Police Week, at the annual Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Service hosted by our friends at the White Bear Lake Police Department.

Special thanks to the kids of the Frassati Catholic Academy Choir who treated us to the National Anthem, then later to the song Everyday Heroes - "People give, people care. There are heroes everywhere."

We layed wreaths in memory of our fallen; Reserve Deputy Mike Wilken, Lieutenant Earl Kennicutt, Sergeant Roger Rosengren, and Deputy Kenneth Johnson, and each agency read the names of their fallen, followed by the toll of the bell.

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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office added 27 new photos.4 days ago
It's a somber honor each year for us to "stand guard" at the Minnesota Peace Officer's Memorial on the Minnesota State Capitol grounds during Police Week.

Yesterday, many of our men and women took their places again, alongside peace officers from across Minnesota, to remember the fallen and demonstrate support for the families, friends, agencies, and communities that have experienced these losses.