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

The population of this county was 129,928 in 2010 based on the records gathered from the census and the county seat is called Shakopee. The county was organized in 1853 and named after General Winfield Scott. The county is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. It part of the Metropolitan Council and shares a lot of the council’s concerns. The total area is 368 square miles and it has departments in the office that takes care of the citizens. These departments are county attorney, sheriff, administration, probation, and elections department.

County Sheriff

The Sheriff is Luke Hennen and the office phone number is 952-496-8300

Office address: 301 Fuller Street South Shakopee, MN 55379

The office is committed to making the county a pleasant place to live, play, and work. The staff is going to work hard to make sure that your safety is the top priority of the county.

You can send him an e-mail at: lhennen@co.scott.mn.us

Court Administration

The administrator is Vicky Carlson and the office phone number is 952-496-8200

Office address: 200 4th Avenue West Government Center – JC115 Shakopee, MN 55379-1220

It is part of the 5th Judicial District and if you need to pay a certain fine or fee, call 1-800-657-3611 or 651-281-3219 if you are in the metro. You can also pay by sending it to the provided mailing address.

The court has the first jurisdiction in all family, civil, probate, criminal, traffic, and juvenile cases in the county.

County Jail

301 Fuller Street South Shakopee, MN 55379

Phone number: 952-496-8314

Online Jail Roster:

If you are looking for an inmate, make sure you know their full name, birth date, and ID number in jail. If you want to visit an inmate, you only have to give them your name and photo to be allowed.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Scott County?

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home 100 Fuller St S #120, Shakopee, MN 55379, USA
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Scott County Sheriff Address
301 S. Fuller St. Shakopee, MN  55379

 

Phone:(952) 496-8300

4 days ago
Aubrie Sutherland, Age 9, of Five Hawks Elementary School in Prior Lake, submitted the winning entry in the SCSO Season’s Greetings Card Contest.

393 children, age 8-12, submitted drawings to the contest. Aubrie's drawing will grace our 2017 holiday cards! Great Job Aubrie! https://t.co/feXNMKAfrR
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We had a lot of fun reviewing the 393 submissions to our recent Season's Greetings Card Design Contest! The overall favorites of our team of judges will be hanging in the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center for the rest of 2017! It's a great reminder of how lucky we are to serve a supportive community full of talented kids!
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Keep the Holidays Happy; find a sober driver if you're planning on drinking.
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Sheriff Hennen endorsed Kevin and Avonte's Law at a press conference yesterday. The bi-partisan bill helps provide more training for caregivers to locate vulnerable people who wander off and go missing. The Sheriff's Office, through Project Lifesaver, has been at the forefront in utilizing technology to assist with finding missing vulnerable populations.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2017/12/10/amy-klobuchar-autism-alzheimers-missing-people-bill/
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Today, Scott County Sheriff Luke Hennen announced the winner of the first annual Sheriff’s Office 2017 ‘Season’s Greetings’ Card Design Contest. “We were thrilled with the level of interest that this challenge inspired,” Sheriff Hennen said. “After receiving almost 400 submissions and going through a thorough review process with a panel of seven judges, I am pleased to award first place to Aubrie Sutherland of Prior Lake, age 9, of Five Hawks Elementary School.”

Aubrie’s winning submission will adorn the Scott County Sheriff’s Office 2017 Season’s Greetings Card. Runners-up included Sofia Fritzke, age 10, Jordan Elementary (Jordan); and Kendra Oliphant, age 8, Jordan Elementary (Jordan). Contestants were asked to submit original artwork with a winter-themed picture incorporating the Scott County Sheriff’s Office in some way.

The winner, Aubrie Sutherland, will have her design featured on the front cover of the official Scott County Sheriff’s Office 2017 Season’s Greetings cards. She will also receive a ride in a Sheriff’s Patrol Car, breakfast or lunch with Sheriff Hennen, and 10 copies of the printed greeting card. The winner and runners-up will all receive recognition on the Scott County Sheriff’s Office social media pages, Scott County Sheriff’s Office travel mugs, Certificates of Excellence, and a commemorative Sheriff’s Office “Challenge Coin.”

“This has been a wonderful experience for everyone involved, especially the judges and myself. I can state unconditionally that we have some incredibly talented young artists in the Scott County community,” Sheriff Hennen stated. “I’m sure next year will be just as exciting!”
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