Lookup Inmates on the Jail Roster in Cook County Minnesota. Results Include: Arrests, Mugshot, Charges, Warrants, Bail Amounts, In-Custody Report, Housing Agency, Arresting Agency, Incarceration Date, Scheduled Release, Physical Description, Age, Booking Date/Time

 

Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Cook County Here: http://www.co.cook.mn.us/2016site/

Cook County Jail Address

Cook County Jail
411 West 2Nd Street
Grand Marais, MN
55604

Phone:(218) 387-3124

Cook County, MN Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 6
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 1
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 1
Robbery 0
Aggravated Assault 4
Property Crime 73
Burglary 13
Larceny-theft 52
Motor Vehicle Theft 8
Arson not available
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyTuesday, January 15th, 2019 at 4:04am
Join our team. Now hiring for seasonal Deputy. For position details, requirements and to apply go to: www.co.cook.mn.us
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety shared Minnesota Police News Connection's post.Sunday, January 13th, 2019 at 5:17pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with Haas’s partner handler and Duluth PD.
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety added 2 new photos.Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 8:13pm
January 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

We know that law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for us every day. Sometimes it’s dealing with an active shooter situation. Sometimes it’s helping a stranded motorist change a tire on the side of a busy freeway. Simply put, policing is a dangerous job.
And it seems to be getting more dangerous. In 2018, law enforcement deaths in the US increased by 12 percent over the year before. Specifically, a total of 144 federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial officers died on the job last year in the US.

Read more at: https://dps.mn.gov/blog/Pages/20190107-law-enforcement-appreciation-day.aspx?fbclid=IwAR3ph5cFx1RoJuFW32vlGMstdDUshjYBsNRCoU86IbBb4O9dTkyBT-wsD80#.XDPU_rlasF0.facebook

HOW TO OBSERVE
There are several ways to show your support. Send a note of thanks to your local, county or state police agency. Wear blue, turn your social media channels blue or shine a blue porch light to show your support. Find more ideas at Concerns of Police Survivors and share your support using #NationalLawEnforcementAppreciationDay to share on social media.
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyTuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11:39am
Snow and Ice Left on Tops of Vehicles Can Be Dangerous Hazard

The Cook County Sheriff’s Office reminds drivers to clean off snow and ice from tops of vehicles before hitting the road. Blowing snow from vehicle roofs can be extremely hazardous to vehicles traveling behind and passing cars.

“Snow and ice chunks flying off vehicles, especially traveling at higher speeds, can cause accidents, force other drivers off the road, smash windshields and even trigger air bags to deploy,” said Sheriff Pat Eliasen.

For everyone’s safety and to avoid citation, drivers are reminded to take a couple moments to ensure tops of vehicles are cleared off as best as possible. Failure to do so can be a citable offense under MN statutes169.47 UNSAFE EQUIPMENT or MN 169.13 RECKLESS OR CARELESS DRIVING.
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public Safety shared their post.Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 7:59am
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Cook County Sheriff's Office & Public SafetyTuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 6:35am
Emergency Management and the Grand Marais Fire Department urges residents to keep snow and ice clear from fire hydrants, as well as exhaust vents for high efficiency furnaces and hot water heaters.

Clearing the snow around a fire hydrant is an easy way for residents to lend a hand to improve community safety. In the event of a fire, firefighters have to locate and shovel out fire hydrants before hooking up to them. During emergencies every second counts; when fire hydrants are clear of snow and ice it saves valuable time, which can also mean saving lives and property.

Winter snow can often hide Grand Marais’s fire hydrants under mountains of snow making them impossible to find quickly. The Fire Department asks residents to help by keeping the fire hydrant closest to your residence or business clear of snow. It is recommended to clear a 360-degree, three-foot circle around the hydrant.

In addition, build-up of snow around exhaust vents and chimneys can contribute to elevated carbon monoxide levels, keep these clear too to avoid CO2 risk.

Read more at: https://co.cook.mn.us/index.php/cook-county-mn-news/734-media-release-keep-fire-hydrants-and-heating-vents-clear-improves-safety-response