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.

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Scott County Sheriff Address
301 S. Fuller St. Shakopee, MN  55379

 

Phone:(952) 496-8300

Monday, August 13th, 2018 at 4:55am
Sheriff Luke Hennen of Scott County announced today the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2018. The Minnesota Sheriff’s Association (MSA) Board of Directors has established a scholarship fund awarding up to fifteen $600... https://t.co/GnWKKU8l7S
Sunday, August 12th, 2018 at 7:24am
Minnesota Department of Public Safety reminding drivers to put down their phones and please focus on driving! https://t.co/57MqgQKr93
Thursday, August 9th, 2018 at 6:26am
Attached below is a video about the expanded Ted Foss Move Over Law which took effect yesterday. When able to please move over for vehicles so everyone can make it home safely.

Ted Foss... https://t.co/hI8xqX6lFk
Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 at 10:43am
Gorgeous evening out visiting some of the National Night Out neighborhood parties in our community! Thank you for all the invites (and delicious food)!
Monday, August 6th, 2018 at 12:19am
Today is one of our favorite days at the Sheriff’s Office. Every year our office takes 50 kids for a day of fishing with Public Safety officials. Known as the Catfish Derby and normally held on the Minnesota... https://t.co/mFQRDp5uRh
Saturday, August 4th, 2018 at 11:46pm
Teens recently partnered with the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office to participate in a video highlighting the dangers of distracted driving and why it’s so important for teens to speak up for their own safety and the safety of their peers. https://t.co/ffKszJ5Xtj

Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, August 15th, 2018 at 3:50am
Congratulations to our latest Tenure Service Award recipient, Deputy Emergency Management Director Ron Holbeck! We'd like to recognize Ron for his 10 years of excellent service to the citizens of Scott County! Ron is responsible for county emergency plans, emergency exercises, trainings, and communications systems, such as CodeRED and the outdoor warning sirens. Thanks for everything you do, Ron!
Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, August 13th, 2018 at 7:55am
Sheriff Luke Hennen announced today the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2018. The Minnesota Sheriff’s Association (MSA) Board of Directors has established a scholarship fund awarding up to fifteen $600 scholarships for this year.

MSA recognizes the importance of pre-entry training for people considering law enforcement as their career choice and that some students need outside help in meeting the costs of such training, even though they excel academically. “I would like to encourage law enforcement students from Scott County to take advantage of this scholarship opportunity to aid in their education” said Sheriff Luke Hennen.

Scholarships are only available to students currently enrolled in one of the following three categories:

• Mandated POST Skills Program
• In their second year of a two-year law enforcement program.
• In their third or fourth year of a four-year college criminal justice program.

Application forms and a statement of procedures are available on the MSA website (www.mnsheriffs.org) and at the student’s local county sheriff’s office. Scholarship awards will be announced at the 2018 MSA winter conference.

Please submit completed applications to the Scott County Sheriff’s Office (or to your local Sheriff’s Office) by October 12th via mail or in-person:

Scott County Sheriff’s Office
Law Enforcement Center
301 Fuller Street South
Shakopee, MN 55379
Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, August 12th, 2018 at 10:24am
Minnesota Department of Public Safety reminding drivers to put down their phones and please focus on driving!
Scott County Sheriff's Office
"Mom Body Bag" Minnesota Texting while Driving TV Spot
Minnesota Department of Public Safety texting while driving TV spot.
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Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, August 11th, 2018 at 7:20am
Happy 8th birthday to Cole!

Elko New Market Officer (Not pictured) Machaby and Deputy Lueck were invited to the party to give tours of the squad.

The boys liked turning the lights on and off and taking turns sitting in the backseat. Thanks for the invite and hope you have a great one, Cole! 🎂🎁
Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, August 10th, 2018 at 6:32pm
There will be no burn permits issued until noon on Sunday due to an Air Quality Alert issued by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

Recreational fires are allowed but discouraged during Air Quality Alerts.

https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2018/08/10/air-quality-alert-minnesota-2/amp/
Scott County Sheriff's Office
Scott County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, August 9th, 2018 at 9:25am
Attached below is a video about the expanded Ted Foss Move Over Law which took effect yesterday. When able to please move over for vehicles so everyone can make it home safely.

Ted Foss Move Over Law — M.S. 169.18 Subd. 11
•​When traveling on a road with two or more lanes, drivers must keep over one full lane away from stopped emergency vehicles with flashing lights activated — ambulance, fire, law enforcement, maintenance and construction vehicles.

•Failing to take these actions endangers personnel who provide critical and life-saving services. Fines can exceed $100.