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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.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.4 days ago
The Rice County Sheriff’s Office had a great visit with friends from Flintrop Daycare on Wednesday. The tikes visited with Sheriff Dunn and other staff members as well as McGruff. Some even had Junior Deputy Photos taken. They gave us a “You all are Superheroes” card and some delicious treats to share with the team. Thanks for making our day and sharing your time with us during National Police Week.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's Office6 days ago
Last week, May 6-12th, was Correctional Officer's week. The Rice County Board of Commissioners signed a proclamation to recognize all of the hard work and dedication of our Correctional Officers. This includes the 22 fulltime and 2 part-time staff here in the Sheriff's Office as well as the thousands across our state and nation. These men and women work primarily behind the scenes to protect and serve the detainees as well as the general public. The detention staff professionals equal in status and importance to other professionals in the effective administration of justice. Thank you to all of the Correctional Officers for all you do!!!

This week, May 13-19th, we are recognizing National Police Officer's week. Here we honor the service and sacrifice those law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty while protecting our communities. We remember all of those fallen officers, including Rice County deputies Terry Hanson and John Liebenstein. We thank all law enforcment officers no matter the color of their uniforms or jurisdictions, for their service to keep the peace in our communities.

We also thank our firefighters, emergency medical responders and medical staff in our health care facilitie for their dedication and sacrifice as they work with us to provide emergency services throughout the state and nation.

We are so fortunate here in Rice County to have so many dedicated public safety partners. Please join me in thanking all of the men and women that work to provide public safety in our county. May they continue to safely serve and protect everyone!

Sheriff Troy Dunn
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Today, we remember our brother, Deputy John Liebenstein. John was killed in the line of duty by a fleeing felon on May 3, 1996. John served Rice County for 9 years as a correctional officer, deputy and investigator. John left behind a wife, three children, his mother, brother, sister and many other friends, family and colleagues. If John were here today, he would have grandchildren to spoil around the farm. John would be so proud of how his children have blossomed into mature, hard working adults. John, you are not forgotten and we again thank you for your service and sacrifice. Thanks for watching over us. Thanks for keeping watch over us from above. We miss you!!!
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
Recently the Rice County Sheriff’s Office has taken complaints of suspect(s) going through mailboxes. The complaints were from the rural Webster, Shieldsville. Lonsdale and Montgomery Area. The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind our citizens not to put your bills containing checks in your mailbox. We occasionally have thieves steal checks from the mail, alter them and later forge them. We suggest putting your bills in a “drop box” type mailbox at your local post office or other locations.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.3 weeks ago
The Rice County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Deputy Sheriff’s Association awarded $500 scholarships to two recipients. Hunter Soular and Lillian Norgaard are attending colleges for careers in law enforcement or corrections. These two scholarships were awarded with donations from Jan Schweisthal, the widow of former Sheriff Dave Schweisthal. We thank Jan for the donation and wish the recipients a long and successful career in the public safety field.