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Stevens County Information

The population of the county in 2010 was 9,726 according to what the census recorded and the county seat is Morris. The county was named after the general of the Civil War Union, Issac Stevens. The county was first formed in 1862 and the total area 575 square miles. The county office is handling several departments that help in maintaining peace and order in the area. These departments are county attorney, emergency management, Sheriff, county coordinator, and human services.

Sheriff’s office

The county Sheriff is Jason Dingman and it is his goal to give a safe and crime-free atmosphere to work, educate the children and have a good family life. The office of the Sheriff handles communication, civil process, prisoner bookings and transportation. It also takes care of traffic law enforcement, accident investigation, criminal investigations, prevention of crime, water and snowmobile safety training, as well as enforcement.

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The office of the Sheriff is located at 400 Colorado Avenue Suite 401 Morris, MN 56267

Phone number: 320-208-6500

Court administration

The administrator is Sandee Tollefson

Her office address is 400 Colorado Avenue, Morris, MN 56267

Office phone number: 320-208-6640

E-mail address: sandee.tollefson@courts.state.mn.us

The court administration takes care of the civil, conciliation court, criminal, juvenile, family, and probate. Collection of fines and fees is also done by the court. You can pay using a credit card by calling 1-800-657-3611 or if you are in the metro, dial 651-281-3219. You will be asked for your ticket or citation number, your number DL or the number of your court file.

County jail

400 Colorado Avenue P.O. Box 530

Phone number: 320-589-2141

E-mail address: randywillis@co.stevens.mn.us

Make sure you have their complete name, date of birth, and ID number if you are looking for an inmate because they will not have a hard time finding the person.

 

Stevens County Sheriff Address
400 Colorado Morris, MN 56267

 

Phone:(612) 589-2141

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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office shared Stevens County Times's post.2 weeks ago
For those who have contributed, thank you for your donations! Your support means so much to our office and we are looking forward to this K-9 unit serving our community.
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
11/22/2017 - MAKE A SOBER RIDE A HOLIDAY TRADITION

Friends Don’t Let Friends Drink and Drive: Extra DWI Patrol on Stevens County and Morris Roads (Nov. 22 – Dec. 30, 2017)

Stevens County Sheriff’s Office & Morris Police Department, MN – Eating good food, spending time with family, exchanging gifts – holiday celebrations in Minnesota may include any number of traditions. A holiday activity that should never become a tradition is driving home after drinking alcohol.

Choices to drive drunk have contributed to 27 deaths on Minnesota roads from the day before Thanksgiving through Dec. 30 in the last five years (2012-2016 preliminary). To help keep the roads safe during the holidays, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office and the Morris Police Department will be participating with law enforcement statewide in an extra DWI enforcement campaign starting Nov. 22nd and on weekends through Dec. 30th.

Officers, Deputies, and Toopers from more than 300 agencies will be working overtime with funding provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety (DPS-OTS) coordinates the extra enforcement and education effort.

DWI Arrests Year-Round
2012...28,656
2013...26,026
2014...25,399
2015...25,336
2016...23,392
Total...128,809

Holiday DWI Arrests (Nov. 22nd – Dec. 30th)
2012...3,215
2013...2,557
2014...2,565
2015...2,366
2016...2,136
Total...12,839

DWI Consequences
• Loss of license for up to a year, thousands of dollars in costs and possible jail time.

• Repeat DWI offenders, as well as first-time offenders arrested at 0.16 and above alcohol-concentration level, must use ignition interlock in order to regain legal driving privileges or face at least one year without a driver’s license.

• Offenders with three or more offenses are required to use interlock for three to six years, or they will never regain driving privileges.

Local agencies participating in the statewide campaign are the Stevens County Sheriff's Office, the Morris Police Department, and the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.

From everyone here at the Stevens County Sheriff's Office, stay safe, and stay smart. Happy Thanksgiving!
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office4 weeks ago
*** PRESS RELEASE ***

On November 14, 2017, at approximately 0830 hours, a two-vehicle crash was reported at the intersection of 180th Street and 570th Avenue. A vehicle driven by Naomi Fynboh, age 43, of Donnelly, was southbound on 570th Avenue and collided with an eastbound vehicle driven by Joanne Hauglund, age 59, of Donnelly. Hauglund was transported to the Stevens Community Medical Center for minor injuries, while Fynboh and her passengers were not injured.

The following agencies responded to the scene: the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office, the MN State Patrol, the Stevens County Ambulance Service, the Donnelly Fire Department, the Morris Fire Department, and the Chokio First Responders.
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office shared Pope County MN Sheriff's Office's post.1 month ago
A good reminder from our friends at the Pope County Sheriff's Office!
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Stay safe, stay smart!