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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.

Sheriff’s Office URL:

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:

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:

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 added 9 new photos.2 days ago
We appreciate you asking how K-9 Odin is doing! Here’s a quick update – He’s doing AWESOME! He loves training at K-9 school! He’s a quick learner! Odin and his handler, Deputy Hensinger, have been aggressively training together at K-9 school for the last several months and have approximately three weeks left. After they are done training, Odin and Deputy Hensinger will be working the streets together. Here are a few snapshots for you to enjoy from his training!
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office5 days ago
It's that time of the year again for the "I Got Caught" campaign with Dairy Queen! Deputy Nathan Larson "cited" these two little bikers and now they'll get to enjoy a free ice cream cone at DQ - just for practicing bicycle safety and wearing protective gear. Great job, kids! Keep gearing up properly and you may get a DQ coupon, too!
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office1 month ago

On April 7, 2018, at approximately 1:00pm, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office located the body of Eric Scott, age 31, of Appleton, MN.

Scott’s body was recovered from a grassy area near the intersection of 330th Street and 500th Avenue. Scott had been missing since April 1, 2018. Scott’s vehicle was located on 490th Avenue, south of 330th Street.

Extensive ground and air searches were conducted on April 5th, 6th, and 7th. Assisting the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office in the searches were the Swift County Sheriff’s Office, the Appleton Police Department, the MN State Patrol, the MN DNR, LifeLink III, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Posse, and the MN Search and Rescue Dog Association.
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office2 months ago

• Beginning Thursday, 04/26/2018 & concluding Saturday, 04/28/2018
• Must be 11-years-old
• Must have completed the 12-hour long online course & have printed your course completion voucher BEFORE attending the class
• Information sheets available at the Morris Elementary School in the Community Education Office
• You must preregister by contacting Officer Brett Collins by e-mail at (SUBJECT: Firearms Safety)
• Information on this and other safety training courses can be found on the MN DNR website under the “education/safety” tab

These classes are offered for people who HAVE NOT taken a firearms safety class. You must be at least 11-years-old to take a class. Receiving this safety certification meets your requirement for obtaining a hunting license in MN and many other states.

People in Stevens County have two options for taking a firearms safety class. The online class or the traditional class.

• Option #1 – ONLINE – This consists of online course work, a night of class, and a comprehensive field day. If you wish to take the online course, START NOW! You can complete your 12-hour long online course at any time before the class. Go to the MN DNR website, education/safety tab, and follow the link to (You must have completed the online course and printed your voucher before attending a class and field day.) In Morris, the class will be held on Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm with the field day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9am – Noon. The class size is limited and you must preregister with Officer Brett Collins at

• Option #2 – TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM – This consists of multiple nights of classroom instruction and a field day. The class will be held in Hancock starting on April 3, 2018. Contact Bruce Malo at 320.392.5597 to preregister for this class.

These classes are offered only once per calendar year in Stevens County.
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office3 months ago

On February 26, 2018, Kenneth Tracy, age 40, of Clinton, MN, made his first court appearance in Stevens County District Court for three felony charges. The charges include Financial Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult, Theft, and First Degree Criminal Damage to Property. The complaint against Tracy alleges these crimes occurred in the summer of 2013 and the spring of 2016. A second individual, Bryan Crandall, age 34, of Herman, MN, has also been charged in connection with this case, with two counts of Financial Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult. Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult can be punishable by up to 20-years in prison and/or a $100,000.00 fine.

This case has been investigated by the Stevens County Sheriff's Office, along with assistance from the Minnesota Attorney General's Office, and is being prosecuted by the Minnesota Attorney General's Office. Both men are scheduled for their next court appearance on Monday, March 5, 2018, in Stevens County District Court.
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Stevens County Minnesota Sheriff's Office3 months ago

On February 16, 2018, at approximately 2:50am, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office was informed of a motor vehicle crash, with at least one person being injured. It was later determined that the only person in the vehicle was the driver, Mitchell Daly, age 28, of Donnelly, MN. Daly was later airlifted to the Hennepin County Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. The crash occurred on County Road 13, north of Chokio, MN, near 150th Street.

The accident is currently under investigation by the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office.