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It is a county that had a total population of 64,142 and the county seat is called Faribault. Rice County includes the Faribault-Northfield MN Micropolitan Statistical Area that is in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. The county was named after Henry Mower Rice, who was one of the first senators. The total area of the county is 516 square miles and there is an office in the county that takes responsibility for the safety and security of the citizens. The departments are attorney, community corrections, drug court, Sheriff, and court administration.

The Sheriff’s office

The name of the Sheriff is Troy Dunn and the address of his office is 118 3rd Street NW Faribault, MN 55021. You can call his office at 507-334-4391.

You can also send him an e-mail at: RCSheriff@co.rice.mn.us

The Sheriff’s office settles disputes, dispenses advice, and generally keeps the land peaceful. It also gives law enforcement protection and service through the entire county, operates and maintains a jail facility, as well as emergency management.

Court administration

The court administrator is Hans Holland and her office address is 218 3rd Street NW Faribault, MN 55021

Contact number of her office is 507-332-6107

E-mail add: rice@courts.state.mn.us

Their office provides support for the staff in different operations of the district court. The department process and manages all files and records of the court and also provide services to the public, offices, and the judiciary.

If you need to pay a fine, call 1-800-657-3611 or 651-281-3219 if you are in the metro.

County jail

118 3rd Street NW Faribault, MN 55021

Phone number: 507-334-4391

In order for you to visit an inmate, give them your name and valid photo. If you want to send mail at an inmate, use the provided address because it has to go through the US Postal Service.

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Rice County Sheriff Address
118 NW 3rd St. Faribault, MN  55021

 

Phone:(507) 334-4391

Rice County Sheriff's Office

The Rice County Sheriff's Office consists of the following departments: Administration, Patrol, Investigations, Drug Task Force, Main Jail & Annex, Courthouse/Civil Process/Transport, Emergency Management, Water Patrol & Motorcycle Posse.
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Rice County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
SCAM PRETENDING TO BE RICE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The Rice County Sheriff’s Office has received scam complaints involving the phone number 507-512-1370. The suspect claims to be a Cpt Mike Jones. The suspect has set up a voicemail claiming to be the Rice County Sheriff’s. The suspect is telling people they have a warrant for their arrest and they can post bail.

The Rice County Sheriff's Office does not have a Cpt Mike Jones. If you are contacted by this suspect or anyone else you think is suspicious, please call our Dispatch Center at 507-332-6001.
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Rice County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago
On Thursday February 01, 2018 Deputy Lisa Arens graduated from the 2018 DARE Program. Deputy Arens will be the 8th DARE Officer to teach this program in the Sheriff’s Office. We congratulate Lisa on her completion of this two week course and wish her the best in this program.

The DARE program teaches students about drugs, violence, bullying, internet safety and other high risk situations that kids will encounter in their lives. Sheriff Troy Dunn, a former DARE instructor for eight years, found this program to be very rewarding for the students, the schools and the deputies. Dunn shared, “When an officer teaches this program, they are talking about real time and real life circumstances. We are giving credibility to what the teachers and parents are teaching their students and also creating a bond between law enforcement, the schools and the students. We appreciate the opportunity to share this program with the students in our schools.”

The Sheriff’s Office currently teaches the program at St. Dominic’s in Northfield, Nerstrand Charter School, Holy Cross in Webster and Waterville/Elysian/Morristown schools.
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Rice County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
The Rice County Deputy Sheriff’s Association received a Memorial Donation from the family of retired Rice County Sheriff Dave Schweisthal. We are currently accepting applications for two (2) $500 Law Enforcement Scholarships to be awarded for the 2018/2019 school year. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a law enforcement program at an accredited school and reside within Rice County.

Applicants must apply before March 31, 2018.
For a scholarship application, please click on the link which will direct you to the Sheriff’s Office webpage where it can be found.

http://www.co.rice.mn.us/DocumentCenter/Home/View/2052

Please mail your completed applications to:
Rice County Sheriff’s Office
Attention: Deputy Berndtson
118 3rd Street NW
Faribault, MN 55021
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Rice County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
The Rice County Sheriff’s Office has taken reports of ice fishing houses being broke into. These thefts have occurred on French, Shields, Mazaska and other lakes. If you have any information on these suspects please contact the Rice County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind owners to take their valuables with them and not to leave them in their fish houses.
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Rice County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.3 weeks ago
On January 25th, the Rice County Sheriff’s Office held its annual all staff meeting. The meeting started with a moment of silence for all fallen heroes, with a special reminder for two that died in the line of duty, Deputies Terry Hanson and Investigator John Liebenstein. They are gone but never forgotten. Sheriff Dunn then reviewed past accomplishments/trends/stats and looked ahead at future goals for the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Dunn thanked all of the staff of the Sheriff’s Office for their hard work and dedication to service to the citizens and visitors of the county.
The Sheriff recognized 8 new staff that started in 2017: Jail Programmer Bruce Lindner, Correctional Officer (C.O.) Benji Young, Assistant Jail Administrator Stephanie Duhme, Deputy Kevin Krueger, C.O. Dahlton Bowe, Deputy Tony Malepsy, C.O. John Hopps and Court Security Deputy Dean Duban.
Three employees were recognized for their 10 Years of Service milestones. They were Records/Evidence Specialist Jessica Bokman, Deputy Paul LaRoche and Transport Officer Larry Churchill.
Correctional Officer Steve Tuma was also recognized for his military service as he just returned from active duty deployment at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He presented the Sheriff with a U.S. Flag that was flown over his billet in Cuba and survived a hurricane during the deployment.
Correctional Officer Roger Boudreau was recognized for his service at the Sheriff’s Office after retiring in April, 2017.
C.O. Allison Fritz, C.O. Jason Krohn and Deputy Dan Berndtson were recognized as new instructors for the Sheriff’s Office.
C.O. Allison Fritz, C.O. Julia Titus and Deputy Mac Malecha were recognized as new Field Training Officers.
Deputy Derek Estrem was recognized as a new tactical team member with the MAAG team.

Many times staff do great things as a part of their jobs. Most of these things go unrecognized or are just “doing their jobs”. The Sheriff thanked all of the staff for doing their jobs and let them know that they are appreciated and deserve to hear another “thank you”. A few staff and citizens were nominated for some special awards and were recognized at the meeting.

Picture 1: Correctional Officer Mark Spitzack received the Sheriff's Commendation Award for his involvement with a serious medical emergency on April 18, 2017 at the Jail Annex. Picture 2: Jane Rinehart received a Citizen’s Lifesaving Award for saving her friend, Barbara Maakestad, in Northfield township. (Pictured left to right, Barbara Maakestad, Jane Rinehart, Sheriff Dunn). Picture 3: Deputy Justin Hunt, FPD Officer Mallory House, Hailee & MacKenzie Honken received the Sheriff’s Lifesaving Award for Lifesaving efforts when two people overdosed on June 19, 2017 in Morristown township. Pictured L to R, Sheriff Dunn, MacKenzie Honken, Deputy Hunt and Hailee Honken. FPD Officer House not pictured.) Picture 4: Investigator Jason Witt completed all four phases of the Institute for Credible Leadership Development program. Picture 5: Deputy Justin Hunt and Northfield Hospital Paramedic Marlon Quiggle received the Lifesaving Award for administering Naloxone to a motorist who suffered Opioid overdose on December 27, 2017. (Paramedic Quiggle not pictured.)
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Rice County Sheriff's Office2 months ago
This year, the Rice County Sheriff’s Office staff again purchased and donated items for four families in the Rice County area through the Hope for the Holidays campaign. This was done in conjunction with the Hope Center in Faribault. Pictured here are the Sheriff’s Office staff with a truck load of gifts being delivered to the Hope Center.