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  • Title: Home Page | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: .. Contact Us.. 10 Most Wanted.. Wanted DWIs.. Submit a Tip.. Data Requests.. Contract for Policing.. News Releases.. Search this site:.. Home Page.. Dispose of unwanted medicine! For locations,.. click here.. Monthly_Newsletter.. Home.. About HCSO.. Administration.. Meet the Sheriff.. Message from the Sheriff.. Jail.. Jail Roster.. General Information.. Court  ...   Special Operations.. K9.. Warrants.. Fingerprinting.. Permit to Carry Handgun.. Investigations.. Forensic Sciences.. Communications/911.. Careers Internships.. Training.. Volunteers.. Special Deputies.. Explorers.. Citizen Academy.. Community Advisory Board.. Community Engagement.. Contact Community Engagement Team.. 2013 Hennepin County Sheriff's Office.. Log In.. 350 South 5th Street, Room 6.. Minneapolis, MN 55415.. (612) 348-3744..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: ›.. Hennepin County Sheriff s Office.. Phone: (612) 348-3744.. Email:.. sheriff@co.. hennepin.. mn.. us.. NOTE:.. Please do NOT email us if your concern is urgent.. Emails are viewed once a week or less frequently.. For issues that need immediate attention, please call the Sheriff s Office at the telephone number provided.. For emergency assistance, call 911 immediately.. For concerns about a potential suicide at the jail, you may call.. 911.. or call.. Jail Information Phone: (612) 348-5112.. Sheriff s Office Public Telephone Numbers.. 612-348-3744.. For emergencies: 911.. Minneapolis City Hall.. 350 S 5.. th.. Street, room 6.. Civil.. 612-348-3800.. Street, Room 30.. 612-348-3728.. Hennepin County Government Center.. 300 S 6..  ...   Emergency Communications Center/911.. 763-525-6216.. Employee Development.. 612-348-8007.. Public Safety Facility.. 401 S 4.. Ave.. Finance.. 612-348-6194.. Fingerprints.. 612-348-5112.. Jail Records Unit.. 401 S 4th Ave, Suite 101.. Foreclosure.. 612-348-3730.. Street, room 30.. Gun Permits.. 612-348-8008.. Grain Exchange Building.. 400 S 4.. Street, Suite 600.. Personnel Unit.. Street, Room 26.. Violent Offender Task Force- VOTF.. 612-543-4343.. 612-596-9818.. Warrant Apprehension.. 612-348-2000.. Street, room 22.. 612-596-9880.. 4141 Shoreline Drive.. Spring Park, MN 55384.. Jail (Adult Detention Center).. Media Relations/PIO.. 612-543-0443.. Street, Room 6.. Most Wanted Tips.. Warrant Apprehension Unit.. Narcotics.. 612-348-8297.. 1-988-999-TIPS.. 612-596-9800.. 9401 83.. rd.. N.. Brooklyn Park, MN 55445.. Homeland Security.. 612-348-8498.. IT Services.. 612-348-7279.. Internal Affairs.. 612-348-8318.. Street, Room 2..

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  • Title: The Wanted 5 with DWIs | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: The Wanted 5 with DWIs.. The Sheriff s Office recognizes that impaired driving is a significant threat to public safety on our roadways.. Each person described below has a previous DWI conviction and is currently wanted on an active warrant in Hennepin County.. If you are wanted on a warrant, you should turn yourself in at the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office located at the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility.. (401 South 4th Avenue, Minneapolis, MN.. ) You may be placed under arrest and your continued detention will be determined by several factors, including the severity of the offense.. For tips concerning the location of individuals wanted on an active warrant, call 1-888-988-TIPS.. For emergencies, call 911.. For FAQs, click.. here.. Aliases:.. DEMPSEY, TAMMY JO.. Scars:.. Right Calf, Abdomen.. Tattoos:.. N/A.. Piercings:.. Ears.. Warrant Synopsis:.. Tamara Dempsey violated terms of her probation set forth for the 2009 conviction of 2nd Deg DWI.. Dempsey violated by failing to remain law abiding as court-ordered; cited for damage to property.. Dempsey also failed to remain in contact with Hennepin County Probation..  ...   Bloomington, MN.. McGarry has had multiple DUI and DWI offenses throughout the state of Minnesota.. McGarry has been arrested and booked into the Hennepin County Jail 15 times for offenses that include: Assault, DWI, DUI, Misdemeanor Driving Offenses, and False Information.. Leo McGarry s Minnesota convictions include: Gross Misdemeanor DWI (08/09/2000), Felony DWI (07/24/2012) and Gross Misdemeanor Driving After Cancellation-Inimical to Public Safety (10/15/2012).. McGarry has violated terms of probation for the 07/24/2012 conviction (Renville County, MN) by failing to remain law abiding.. Leo Richard McGarry has lived in numerous states and has committed multiple DWI offenses in at least 3 different states.. Leo McGarry has lived in: Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota.. It is believed that McGarry may be staying with family in Florida or Michigan.. 08/09/2000, 07/24/2012.. BROWN, REGINALD CLINON; BROWN, CLINTON REGGIE; BROWN, CLIFTON R; BROWN, REGINALD; BROWN, CLINTON R; BROWN, REGGIE.. Left Forearm, Left Finger.. Willie McDowell violated terms of his probation set forth for the 2009 conviction of DWI.. McDowell failed to pay restitution as court-ordered.. 03/23/2007, 07/22/2002, 07/22/1999..

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  • Title: Submit a Tip | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Want to fight crime? We need your tips about drug activity, cold cases, suspicious activity, or general crime.. There are four ways to send crime tips directly to the Sheriff s Office.. (Do NOT use these tip services if you need an urgent response.. In case of emergencies, call 911).. Here s how to send a crime tip:.. Call us!.. 1-888-988-TIPS (8477).. Fill out an online form.. Find the crime tip form by..  ...   at the Apple App Store.. * For androids, find our app at Google Play.. To find our app, search for HCSOTip or Hennepin.. Text us at 847 411.. Begin your message with keyword HCSOTip and then continue to enter your tip message.. Your tips sent via the online form, the cell phone apps, and texting are all ANONYMOUS.. Crime Stoppers of MN also accepts anonymous crime tips.. For more information, visit.. www.. crimestoppersmn.. org..

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  • Title: Sheriff’s Office Contract for Policing | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Sheriff’s Office Contract for Policing.. The Hennepin County Sheriff s Office is dedicated to increasing public safety through leadership, integrity, and strong partnerships.. Public safety is an important investment for all of us, so the Sheriff s Office actively partners with local jurisdictions across the county and in cities.. We work together to provide professional law enforcement and public safety services to all residents in all communities.. Most of the cities in Hennepin County have their own police departments, some operate within police department collaboratives and some have entered into contracts for policing services with the Sheriff s Office.. Some cities recently have expressed an interest in exploring a Contract for Policing with the Sheriff s Office; the information provided here is intended to describe the program generally.. The Sheriff s Office already provides services to residents to enhance the services provided by local police departments.. While police departments regularly patrol their own cities, we assist with emergency calls for service (Sheriff s Patrol Units and Special Enforcement Response Team (SERT), provide investigation services in instances of violent or emergent crime.. The Sheriff s Office manages the Hennepin County Jail, patrols the lakes and waterways, answers calls for Crime Scene Forensic Sciences Services, and processes forensic evidence in partnership with local police departments.. We provide K-9 Patrols, Crime Prevention Specialists and coordinate Mounted Patrol and Volunteer Units that serve across all 45 cities and unincorporated areas of the County.. We provide 911 Dispatch Services for 24 law enforcement agencies and 20 fire departments.. These services are provided to all residents, across all jurisdictions, and are paid for primarily through your Hennepin County Property Taxes.. The Sheriff s Office has entered into Contracts for Policing in cities where their city Councils have chosen not to operate their own independent Police Department:.. Greenfield, Medicine Lake, and Hanover are examples.. These cities have entered into agreements to pay the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office for primary policing and patrolling services in their community.. The Sheriff s Office works with each community to develop a customized Plan for Policing, which will vary substantially from one city to the next, depending on the number of residents, the density of population, the commercial-industrial to residential ratio, crime-rates and experience, and the particular goals of the community.. A contract for 8 hours per day of patrolling coverage is less expensive than a contract for 24 hours per  ...   County Attorney Services.. Courts/Jail/Civil Process/Warrants.. Emergency Management.. Contracting for police services with the Sheriff s Office offers an efficient and affordable alternative for policing in your community, and can save thousands of dollars in administrative and personnel costs, and equipment, vehicle, and capital budget expenses.. MISSION STATEMENT.. Dedicated to increasing public safety through leadership, integrity and strong partnerships.. VISION STATEMENT.. Outstanding public safety through exemplary leadership, dynamic collaborative partnerships and innovative resource management.. Contracts for Policing: Customized Levels of Service.. The Hennepin County Sheriff s Office will work directly with your community leaders to assist in determining the level of service that best meets your community s need.. This policing plan would be developed specifically for your community based on activity levels, population, and specific goals of the community.. Service levels vary as follows:.. Basic emergency response.. No dedicated patrol.. Varying response times, limited Investigative or Special Operations resources.. Part time.. Basic emergency response augmented by dedicated patrol for specific limited time period.. Increased investigative and special operations resources.. Full time.. Dedicated deputy(s) who work full time as your community s uniformed law enforcement officers.. Full service Investigative and Special Operations resources.. Supplemental.. D.. A.. R.. E.. and School Resource Officers or enhanced use of any particular resource for a specific crime reduction initiative, special event, or significant response.. What Part Does the Community Play?.. In evaluating the service needs of the community, the elected officials need to consider both community and policing factors, including its Comprehensive Plan, number of lakes, parks, and trails, number of schools, and the cost of providing services, in addition to the number of residents, the density of population, the commercial-industrial to residential ratio, crime-rates and experience, and the particular goals of the community.. Policing factors include the number of calls for service, response times, visibility in the community, traffic enforcement, and familiarity with local issues.. Once a decision is made on the level of services needed, the city also has a voice in how much local oversight is desired, as well as whether they want local identity in the services.. Together a partnership is built resulting in a model of policing that responds to local public safety needs, addresses local concerns and reflects the character of the community.. The final decision of what s right for each community rests upon each individual community.. For more information, call the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office at 612-348-3744..

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  • Title: Sheriff's Office News Releases | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Sheriff s Office News Releases.. 6.. 12.. 13 Body recovered from pond.. 11.. 13 Henn Co Sheriff s Office active shooter training.. 5.. 29.. 13 Sheriff s Office Safe Zone begins.. 22.. 13 Heroine dealer added to Most Wanted List.. 21.. 13 Memorial Day Wknd water safety.. 20.. 13 Sheriff s Office Reserve School Graduation.. 17.. 13 Update on Maple Grove drowning.. 14.. 13 Henn Co Sheriff meets on immimgration issues.. 1.. 13 Ice Out 13.. 4.. 25.. 13 Sheriff s Office offers free gun locks.. 13 Henn Co Sheriff s Office Awards.. 13 Tornado drill in Henn Co.. 15.. 13 Reminder to report suspicious activity in Henn Co.. 04.. 09.. 13 Sheriff Stanek meets with VP Biden.. 3.. 12 Weekend thin ice advisory.. 26.. 13 Results from Medicine Disposal drop boxes.. 3/13/13 Minneapolis man pharmacy robbery.. 2/25/2013 Groundbreaking for the Sheriff s 911 Emergency Communications Facility.. 2.. 13 Violent crime stats in Henn Co for 12.. pdf.. 2/04/2013 Sheriff discusses Pres Obama visit to Minneapolis on gun violence.. 03.. 13 Two people die after Lake Mntka incident.. 1/28/2013 Sheriff meets with President Obama on gun violence.. 1.. 13 Henn Co Sheriff s Office ice update.. 23.. 13 News Conf proposals on mental illness and gun violence.. 19.. 13 Update Minnetrista Ice Rescue.. 18.. 13 Sheriff s Office in Inauguration.. 08/29/2012 Sheriff s Office urges disposal of unwanted meds.. 08/29/2012 Update BWI totals.. 08/24/2012 Back to school safety.. 08/08/2012 Fall 2012 Citizen Law Enforcement Academy.. 08/06/2012 National Night Out - Night To Unite 2012.. 08/.. 08/02/2012 Two Arrests Made in Boat Theft Case.. 07/31/2012 Public Help Needed in Boat Theft Spree.. 07/25/2012 Update on Corcoran Drowning.. 07/25/2012 Sheriff Stanek Testifes in DC Hearing.. 07/17/2012 Update on BWI Totals.. 07/13/2012 Sheriff s Office Seeks Volunteers.. 07/12/2012 Veteran Grave Disturbed.. 07/12/2012 Hooked On Fishing.. 07/07/2012 Lake Minnetonka - Missing Swimmer.. 07/07/2012 Child Drowns in Golden Valley.. 07/03/2012 Holiday Boat and Water Safety.. 06/26/2012 Apparent Drowning on Lake Minnetonka.. 06/15/2012 Guns and Marijuana Case in Hopkins.. 06/11/2012 Girl From Cedar Lake Water Incident Dies.. 06/08/2012 Apparent Drowning Victim Recovered on Lake Independence.. 06/05/2012 Brooklyn Center Officer Named.. 05/25/2015 Five Arrests in Minneapolis.. 05/24/2012 Memorial Day Weekend Water Safety.. 05/18/2012 Law Enforcement Memorial.. 05/15/2012 Body Recovered from Mississippi River.. 05/12/2012 Sheriff in Israel for Law Enforcement Training.. 05/12/2012 Death at the Hennepin County Jail.. 05/11/2012 Deputy Honored 78 Years After His Death.. 05/10/2012 Man Dies After a Jump Into the Mississippi River.. 05/10/2012 Body Recovered from Mississippi River.. 05/07/2012 Gun Permits to Carry Applications Increase.. 05/05/2012 Body Recovered from Mississippi River.. 04/30/2012 Weapons Screening Now at Suburban Courts.. 04/19/2012 Death Investigation in Rogers.. 04/18/2012 Hennepin County Tests Tornado Drills.. 04/13/2012 Tips for Calling 911.. 04/12/2012 Hennepin, Ramsey, and Anoka Sheriffs: Heroin Warning Issued.. 04/10/2012 North Memorial - Water Task Force Safety Event.. 04/03/2012 Body Recovered from Mississippi River.. 03/29/2012 Marijauna, Guns, and Ballistic Vest Found - Men Charged.. 03/25/2012 Body Recovered from Mississippi River.. 03/20/2012 Ice Out 2012.. 03/09/2012 Weekend Thin Ice Advisory.. 03/08/2012 Narcotics Arrest.. 02/26/2012 Woman Found in a Plymouth Hot Tub.. 02/22/2012 Sheriff Makes Arrest in ID Theft Case.. 02/20/2012 Huge Decrease in Violent Crime for Hennepin County.. 02/10/2012 ATV Driver is Rescued from Lake Sarah.. 02/09/2012 Sheriff s Advisory: New Ice Lake Restrictions..  ...   Most Wanted Suspect Arrested in Canada.. 05/27/2011 Sheriff Urges Holiday Safety.. 05/26/2011 Sheriff s Message Reminds Public of Holiday Weekend Safety.. 05/25/2011 Hennepin County Sheriff s Office Trains Volunteers.. 05/21/2011 Fatal Fire in Hassan.. 05/09/2011 HCSO Offers Open House to Public.. 05/06/2011 Narcotics Arrest.. 05/03/2011 Spring Medicine Collection Results.. 04/30/2011 Medicine Collection Event.. 04/25/2011 Assault in Rockford.. 4/20/2011 Spring Medicine Collection Events.. 04/15/2011 Tips for Calling 911.. 04/14/2011 HCSO Declares Ice Out for 2011.. 04/13/2011 Tornado Sirens To Sound Twice for Severe Weather Awareness Week.. 04/11/2011 Sheriff Honors Jail Volunteers.. 03/24/2011 Snowmobile Sinks In Open Water.. 03/21/2011 Sheriff s Youth Group Wins Award.. 03/12/2011 Child Found in Hot Tub.. 03/02/2011 Awards announced for Sheriff s Office personnel.. 02/25/2011 Snowmobiles collide on Lake Minnetonka.. 02/18/2011 Register for Citizen Academy.. 02/15/2011 Thin ice warning.. 02/11/2011 Reward offered in robbery spree.. 02/08/2011 Law enforcement scholarship announced.. 01/27/2011 70% of men booked are on drugs.. 01/19/2011 Better med collection advocated.. 01/04/2011 Re-elected Sheriff takes oath.. 12/16/2010 Sheriff takes national leadership role.. 12/14/2010 Charges in second Rogers robbery.. 12/10/2010 Warrant sweep locates sex offenders.. 12/09/2010 Disaster Prep training for citizens.. 12/02/2010 Homeland Security meeting.. 11/29/2010 Man charged in Rogers robbery.. 11/19/2010 Sheriff completes FBI training.. 11/16/2010 New 911 Communication Center planned.. 11/12/2010 Remains found in a park.. 11/04/2010 Fall Citizen Awards.. 10/28/2010 Halloween DWI enforcement.. 10/21/2010 Voter fraud charges.. 10/14/2010 Fatal fire in Rogers.. 09/30 Boat sinks on Lake Minnetonka.. 09/29/2010 Sheriff s Office awards volunteers.. 09/28/2010 When to call 911.. 09/27/2010 Unwanted Medicine Collection Event.. 09/27/2010 School lesson on texting.. 09/20/2010 Medicine collection events announced in six counties.. 09/07/2010 Fall Citizen Academy.. 08/11/2010 Incident near Big Island.. 08/05/2010 Water incident involving a child.. 08/03/2010 Tips needed after robberies.. 08/02/10 National Night Out encourages neighborhood safety.. 07/21/2010 Sheriff announces July warrant sweep.. 07/16/2010 Apparent drowning in Minneapolis.. 06/28/2010 More than 60% of arrestees in Henn Co jail have used drugs.. 06/25/2010 Possible drowning in Crystal.. 06/15/2010 Sheriff s Office wins customer service award.. 05/27/2010 Parents are urged to create a swim safety plan.. 05/10/2010 Law Enforcement Memorial honors fallen officers May 14.. 04/28/2010 Sheriff s Open House on May 13.. 04/23/2010 Sheriff s warrant unit arrests violent youth.. 04/21/22 Sheriff s Communications/911 to test tornado sirens.. 04/15/10 Sheriff s Office Crime Lab launches new DNA initiative.. 04/08/10 Txtng Driving: Campaign urgers drivers to wait.. 03/23/10 Sheriff warns children and anglers to avoid thin ice.. 03/17/10 Sheriff awards heroic citizens and Sheriff s Office personnel.. 02/25/10 Henn Co Sheriff s Office offers new D.. option.. 01/12/10.. Two sheriffs issue warning about heroin overdoses in the Twin Cities.. 12/02/09.. Extra DWI Enforcement for December.. 11/18/09.. Sheriff s Office Mounted Patrol accepts new public safety duties.. 11/06/09.. Update on officer-involved shooting.. One person arrested for outstanding warrants and PC DWI.. 11/03/09.. New Inspector at Sheriff s Office will lead the Investigations Bureau.. 10/29/09.. Sheriff s Office joins statewide effort to reduce impaired driving Halloween weekend.. 10/07/09.. Fall seat belt enforcement will target groups who typically don t use seat belts.. 09/25/09.. Law enforcement scholarships are available from Minnesota Sheriff s Association.. 09/08/09.. Project Lifesaver begins at the Sheriff s Office and will help people who tend to wander.. 09/16/09.. Crime Lab receives stimulus funds will improve DNA evidence.. processing -- see attachment..

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  • Title: Newsletter Archive | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Newsletter Archive.. Click on the links below to view past newsletters.. 2013 September Newsletter - Outreach to Somali-Americans.. 2013 August Newsletter - Back to School Motor Vehicle Safety.. 2013 July Newsletter - HCSO is Proud to Support Our Employees Who Serve.. 2013 June Newsletter - Take a Kid Fishing!.. 2013 May  ...   K9 Retires.. 2013 February Newsletter - Groundbreaking: Sheriff s 911 Emergency Communications Facility.. 2013 January Newsletter - Hennepin County Sheriff Meets with President Obama.. 2012 December Newsletter - Citizen Tip Leads to Arrest.. 2012 November Newsletter - Sheriff: Changes needed for mentally ill inmates.. 2012 October Newsletter - Sheriff presents volunteer awards..

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  • Title: Sexual Assault or Sexual Harassment Reporting Form | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Sexual Assault or Sexual Harassment Reporting Form.. PREA.. - Prison Rape Elimination Act.. is a federal law established to prevent sexual assault and rape in detention facilities.. PREA applies to all federal and state prisons, jails, police lock-ups, private facilities, and community settings such as residential facilities.. PREA seeks to ensure that jails and other correctional settings protect inmates from sexual assault and rape from other inmates and employees.. If you have reason to believe there is an immediate threat of sexual assault toward an inmate, please call.. 612-596-8010.. and ask for the Jail Command Center Sergeant, or call.. If you have any information concerning sexual misconduct in the jail, please use the form below to report a PREA-related incident.. First Name:.. First name of person reporting the incident.. Middle Initial:.. Middle initial of person reporting the incident.. Leave blank for none.. Last Name:.. Last name of person reporting the incident.. Street Address:.. Street address of person reporting the incident.. City:.. City of person reporting the incident.. State:.. Two character USPS state code for person reporting the incident, e.. g.. MN.. Zip Code:.. Zip code for person reporting the incident.. Primary Phone:.. Primary phone number for person reporting the incident.. Enter none if you don t have a phone.. Alternate Phone:.. Alternate phone number for  ...   provides information to an on-duty peace officer, knowing that the person is a peace officer, regarding the conduct of others, knowing that it is false and intending that the officer shall act in reliance upon it, is guilty of a misdemeanor.. A person who is convicted a second or subsequent time under this section is guilty of a gross misdemeanor.. Subd.. Reporting police misconduct.. (a) Whoever informs, or causes information to be communicated to, a peace officer, whose responsibilities include investigating or reporting police misconduct, that a peace officer, as defined in section.. 626.. 84, subdivision 1.. , paragraph (c), has committed an act of police misconduct, knowing that the information is false, is guilty of a crime and may be sentenced as follows:.. (1) up to the maximum provided for a misdemeanor if the false information does not allege a criminal act; or.. (2) up to the maximum provided for a gross misdemeanor if the false information alleges a criminal act.. (b) The court shall order any person convicted of a violation of this subdivision to make full restitution of all reasonable expenses incurred in the investigation of the false allegation unless the court makes a specific written finding that restitution would be inappropriate under the circumstances.. A restitution award may not exceed $3,000..

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  • Title: About HCSO | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: The Hennepin County Sheriff s Office serves more than one million residents across Hennepin County, which includes the county seat in Minneapolis.. Sheriff s Office headquarters are in downtown Minneapolis with divisions and unit facilities located throughout the county.. Most of the Sheriff s Office duties - from managing the county jail and securing the district court - are mandated by state law.. Other initiatives, from undercover narcotics investigations to homeland security activities, are initiatives the Sheriff s Office engages in to keep and preserve the peace of the county, the office s broader mandate.. Working together with approximately 800 employees: the Sheriff, Chief Deputy, Inspectors, Licensed Deputies, Detention Deputies and Civilians, have adopted a Mission and Vision Statement, and have implemented a Strategic Plan to meet 7 Principles and Priorities for the Agency, including the following:.. Fight Violent Crime in Hennepin County and Target the Lethal Combination of Guns, Gangs,.. Kids and Drugs:.. Formed the Hennepin County Violent Offender Task Force proactively targeting the most violent offenders in the County.. Created the Criminal Information Sharing Analysis Unit.. Created the Special Enforcement Response Team ( SERT )(a resource for local law enforcement to fight violent crime through information-led policing).. Conduct an end of year warrant sweep in 2009: HCSO officers arrested more than 100 individuals with warrants, 144 sex offenders were brought into compliance, and more than 40 individuals voluntarily turned themselves in on outstanding warrants.. Formed the Suburban Juvenile Initiative to closely monitor juveniles on probation.. (By the end of 2009, violent crime in Hennepin County dropped more than 25%).. Focus on Partnerships with Other Law Enforcement Agencies and Private Partners:.. Provide leadership for the Hennepin County Violent Crime Initiative (Proactive crime-fighting efforts combining local law enforcement resources with Sheriff s Office coordination and information sharing, with prosecutor input and guidance).. Earned $2 million in federal Crime Lab Grants and $18.. 3 million in federal Communications Grants in three years.. Partnered with the DEA and West Metro Drug Task Force to complete a two-year investigation dismantling the largest marijuana operation in Minnesota history.. Provide Leadership In  ...   Developed the Ten Most Wanted Show, which airs regularly on local cable channels.. Updated our Website with jail rosters, foreclosure data and CrimeStoppers tips on-line.. Invest in the Men and Women in the Agency by promoting diversity, cultivating leadership, and.. maintaining a family-friendly environment:.. Created Shooting Straight : an internal website for employee communications.. Provide training, advancement and succession planning (by creating an array of opportunities for cross-training and new skills development).. In the past three years, 7 senior level employees have participated in the FBI Academy, Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), International Association of Chiefs of Police, and Northwestern Licensed Peace Officer Executive Courses.. Develop and Maintain Strong Relationships through Community Outreach Efforts and.. Partnerships:.. Identified a Community Outreach Liaison, a Sergeant dedicated to building positive relationships with minority communities and youth.. Established the Community Advisory Board with leaders from diverse neighborhoods and backgrounds.. Invited MADDADS to provide counseling and education for jail inmates regarding responsible citizenship, and conducted Mental Health Awareness training in the Jail (won the National.. Association of Counties Award).. Youth mentoring through Treehouse, Food for a Day, Kids Don t Float, Rebound, Explorers, DARE, and the Boys and Girls Club.. Incorporated the Hennepin County Sheriff Foundation, a non-profit, in 2008.. 7.. Serve as Good Stewards of the Taxpayers Investment:.. The Sheriff s Office operates a fiscally conservative environment, and has returned unspent funds to the County in each of the past three years: 2007, 2008, and 2009.. In 2010 we will manage a 4.. 5% budget reduction without employee layoffs.. We received 100% reimbursement for 35W Bridge, RNC and Cedar Rapids Floods.. Actively recruit and train volunteers who provide16,000 hours at an estimated $19.. 46 for each hour of service (the approximate equivalent of eight full-time employees).. Reduced medical costs for jail inmates by providing a full-time medical staff for on-site treatment.. The Sheriff s Office provides comprehensive public safety services across the county.. The following are just a few of the services provided by the Sheriff s Office:.. Permit to Carry a Handgun.. Top Ten Most Wanted.. Citizen s Law Enforcement Academy..

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  • Title: Administration | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Chief Deputy Mike Carlson.. Chief Deputy Mike Carlson has served as a licensed peace officer for 23 years and he was a highly decorated Minneapolis Police Officer for 19 years before joining the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office.. He was awarded the Medal of Valor and numerous other honors.. In the Minneapolis Police Department, Carlson commanded the Homicide Unit, the Narcotics Task Force, and also supervised the highly successful Violent Offender Task Force, the Weapons Task Force, and the Joint Terrorism Task Force.. For the past five years, Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek has directed Chief Carlson to command the daily operations of the Sheriff s Office.. Chief Carlson has served as the Incident Commander for the Sheriff s Office during the Republican National Convention in 2008 and throughout the river recovery operations after the I-35W bridge collapse in 2007.. Working with Sheriff Stanek, Chief Carlson spearheaded the creation of an innovative unit, Sheriff s Office Criminal Information Sharing and Analysis (CISA).. The unit provides predictive policing services and criminal analysis to law enforcement agencies throughout the metro and the region.. On a national level, CISA has been recognized as a model for its crime prevention and analysis services.. Major Jeffrey Storms.. commands the Detention/Court Services Bureau.. The bureau includes the Hennepin County Jail, the Court Security Unit, and the Information Technology Unit.. Previously he led the Enforcement Services Bureau.. Prior to his role on the Command Staff, he served as a lieutenant in the Hennepin County Sheriff s Water Patrol Unit, promoting boat and  ...   Major Martin has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Minnesota.. She currently serves on the Minnesota POST Board (Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training Board).. Major Kip Carver.. commands the Investigations Bureau.. He has been with the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office since 1990.. He began in the Adult Detention Center and then moved to the Court Security Division in 1993.. He has worked as a Crime Laboratory Technician, Crime Scene Sergeant, Internal Affairs investigator, and Patrol Unit Sergeant.. In 2007, he was promoted to lieutenant and assigned to the Water Patrol Unit.. Major.. Carver has an AAS degree in law enforcement from Inver Hills Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Concordia University-St Paul.. He attended the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command in 2009.. Major Darrell Huggett.. leads the Enforcement Services Bureau.. In that role, he oversees the Enforcement Service Division and the Communications Division.. Previously at the Sheriff s Office, he worked as a captain in the Hennepin County Jail where his focus was to manage a program to effectively reduce costs of required in-custody inmate medical care.. Major Huggett has served as a lieutenant in the Patrol Unit and as a sergeant in the Warrant Unit.. He began his law enforcement career in 1987 as an officer with a suburban police department and he joined the Sheriff s Office in 1997.. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Mankato State University and he s a graduate of the FBI National Academy..

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  • Title: Meet the Sheriff | Hennepin County Sheriff's Office HCSO
    Descriptive info: Richard W.. Stanek.. is the 27th Sheriff of Hennepin County and is serving his second term in Minnesota s largest county with 1.. 3 million residents.. He was first sworn in on January 1, 2007, and was re-elected in 2010.. A 29-year veteran of law enforcement, Sheriff Stanek began his career in the Minneapolis Police Department; he rose through the ranks from Patrol Officer, Detective, Precinct Commander, to Commander of Criminal Investigations.. While a police officer, Sheriff Stanek was elected five times to the Minnesota State Legislature; he chaired the House Crime Policy Finance Committee and authored Minnesota s Felony DWI law, Minnesota s standard for DNA collection for predatory offenders, and Minnesota s Homeland Security Act of 2002.. In 2003, he was appointed by the Governor as Commissioner of Public Safety Director of Homeland Security for Minnesota.. Sheriff Stanek currently serves in leadership positions with several national organizations and on several national boards: National Sheriffs Association (NSA) Board of Directors, chair of the NSA Homeland Security Committee, and vice-chair of the NSA Global Affairs Committee.. In January of 2012, Sheriff Stanek began a two-year term as President of the Major County Sheriffs Association (MCSA).. Among his responsibilities with MCSA, Sheriff Stanek participated  ...   on the Director of National Intelligence s Homeland Security/Law Enforcement Partners Group.. Sheriff Stanek has been a featured speaker at national public safety conferences and training seminars on topics including: countering violent extremism (CVE), intelligence-led policing, crime policy, managing disaster recovery, and executive leadership.. He has testified to a Congressional Committee on the threat of gang-related crime and the National Counterterrorism Center on the issue of Countering Violent Extremism/Community Engagement.. Sheriff Stanek also spoke at a Department of Homeland Security Countering Violent Extremism Workshop, where he offered his executive level perspective on implementing CVE programs and building community partnerships.. Sheriff Stanek served as an instructor at the 103rd Session of the National Sheriffs Institute and on the faculty at the National Critical Incident Management Conference and the National Emergency Managers Association.. He is author of Inside the Minds: Immigration Insights, published by Aspatore Books, 2011.. Sheriff Stanek earned a Criminal Justice Degree from the University of Minnesota, and a Master s Degree in Public Administration from Hamline University.. He completed training at the National Sheriffs Institute, the FBI s National Executive Institute and Leadership in Counter-Terrorism, and the U.. S.. Army War College, National Security Seminar, 57th Session.. Hennepin County Sheriff s Office Photos..

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