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Applications are now being accepted for the first Women’s Academy, set to launch this June.
The deadline to register for this event is Friday, Feb. 9.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a nine-week session of classes on emergency response training beginning Wednesday, March 14 and continuing through May 19, 2018.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Water Patrol Unit will be conducting two Youth Snowmobile Certification field day courses in January 2018.
The Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in identifying a individuals suspected of placing a skimming device at a Shoreview credit union ATM in late September.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Ramsey County.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Foundation is recruiting volunteers to support Fright Farm 2017. New volunteer information meetings will be held on Aug. 16 and Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Ramsey County Extension Barn (2020 White Bear Avenue).
This year, Night to Unite (or National Night Out) will be held on August 1. Register your event by July 14.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office has rescheduled its Bike Rodeo at Island Lake County Park for Thursday, July 27.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office will be visiting community parks on summer evenings getting to know residents and passing out free food and water.
The text and drive PSA will run on 13 billboards as the busy summer travel season gets underway.
The board of commissioners has proclaimed the week of May 14-20 as National Police Week in honor of the dedicated service of law enforcement officers in Ramsey County and across the nation.
Proclamation honors the county's nearly 300 dedicated full-time and intermittent correctional officers, sergeants, lieutenants, captains and support staff.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Learn about the county's work as a Start by Believing community.
Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier announces the creation of an employment recruiting initiative to continue efforts for racial and gender equity in the public safety workforce.
In January of 2016, former Sheriff Matt Bostrom and County Manager Julie Kleinschmidt commissioned a study to provide a complete, objective and unbiased analysis of staffing and operations of the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. The results are now available to read online.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners appointed Jack G. Serier the 22nd Ramsey County Sheriff on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
You can now receive emergency alerts from local law enforcement and fire departments by text message, email and cell phone.
North Dakota and Minnesota Sheriff’s Offices seek the public’s help with locating the body of missing Vadnais Heights woman, Michelle Newell
The Fright Farm Haunted House is seeking volunteers to help with construction, acting, ticket sales and more.