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RICE COUNTY JAIL Address

Rice County Jail
118 N.W. 3RD STREET
FARIBAULT, MN
55021

RICE COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 20
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(507) 332-6021

Rice County, MN Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 10
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 1
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 2
Robbery 0
Aggravated Assault 7
Property Crime 164
Burglary 58
Larceny-theft 86
Motor Vehicle Theft 20
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

Rice County Sheriff's Office

The Rice County Sheriff's Office consists of the following departments: Administration, Patrol, Investigations, Drug Task Force, Main Jail & Annex, Courthouse/Civil Process/Transport, Emergency Management, Water Patrol & Motorcycle Posse.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 15th, 2019 at 4:11am
Please drive safe on the county roads. There are many spots where the roads are glare ice. This week the Rice County Deputies had to help motorists on a Webster Twsp road. The deputies used the Sheriff’s Office Ranger with tracks to help the motorists.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 11th, 2019 at 2:27am
Twenty five years ago today, Deputy Terry Hanson , #116 died in the line of duty. Today, we wear our mourning badges in his remembrance. Deputy Hanson served his community 8 years as a Rice County Deputy and 13 years as a Faribault Police Officer. Deputy Hanson died after a pursuit with a stolen vehicle. The vehicle rammed his squad car during the pursuit. Upon stopping the vehicle and taking the suspects into custody, Deputy Hanson suffered a fatal heart attack. Today, we remember our brother Terry. He is gone but not forgotten. We also remember Terry’s family and friends, wife, sons and daughter. His son, Randy, carries on the family tradition as a Correctional Deputy with our office.

Sheriff Dunn
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 11th, 2019 at 2:07am
Twenty five years ago today, Deputy Terry Hanson , #116 died in the line of duty. Today, we wear our mourning badges in his remembrance. Deputy Hanson served his community 8 years as a Rice County Deputy and 13 years as a Faribault Police Officer. Deputy Hanson died after a pursuit with a stolen vehicle. The vehicle rammed his squad car during the pursuit. Upon stopping the vehicle and taking the suspects into custody, Deputy Hanson suffered a fatal heart attack. Today, we remember our brother Terry. He is gone but not forgotten. We also remember Terry’s family and friends, wife, sons and daughter. His son, Randy, carries on the family tradition as a Correctional Deputy with our office.

Sheriff Dunn
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, February 22nd, 2019 at 11:09am
Rice County Deputies are working extra shifts on weekdays and weekends patrolling the trails in Rice County. Please remember to obey all snowmobile and trespassing laws. Be courteous and please use extra caution when traveling the trails. See the above picture showing the deputies out on the trails.
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, February 21st, 2019 at 9:42am
RICE COUNTY NEWS RELEASE

February 20, 2019

Public Review and Feedback Invited for
Rice County’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

Rice County has completed an updated draft of the of the County’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan (MHMP) as required by the Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000). Local jurisdictions are required to update the plan every five years to remain eligible for pre-disaster and post-disaster mitigation grant programs.

Community involvement and feedback are vital to the success of the plan. Rice County invites public review and feedback of the draft plan prior to submitting it to the State of Minnesota and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for review. A copy of the draft MHMP and a survey for public feedback is available online at https://scse.d.umn.edu/rice-county-mhmp. The plan review and comment period will be open until Monday, March 20, 2019.

About the Plan

The Rice County MHMP is a multi-jurisdictional plan that covers Rice County, including the cities of Dennison, Dundas, Faribault, Lonsdale, Morristown, Nerstrand, and Northfield. The Rice County MHMP also incorporates the concerns and needs of townships, school districts, and other stakeholders participating in the plan.

Rice County is vulnerable to a variety of potential natural disasters, which threaten the loss of life and property in the county. The plan addresses how to mitigate against hazards such as tornadoes, flooding, wildfires, blizzards, straight-line winds, ice storms, and droughts which have the potential for inflicting vast economic loss and personal hardship.

Update of the plan has been under direction of Rice County Emergency Management in cooperation with the University of Minnesota Duluth – Geospatial Analysis Center and representatives from County departments, local municipalities (city and township), school districts, and other key stakeholders such as utility providers. Together, the planning team worked to identify cost-effective and sustainable actions to reduce or eliminate the long-term risk to human life or property from natural hazards. Some examples include improvement of roads and culverts that experience repetitive flooding; construction of safe rooms at campgrounds, public parks, mobile home parks or schools to protect lives in the event of tornados or severe wind events; burying powerlines that may fail due to heavy snow, ice or wind storms; ensuring timely emergency communication to the public through warning sirens and mass notification systems, and conducting public awareness and education campaigns to help people be prepared to take safe action before, during, or following a hazard event.

The Benefits of Hazard Mitigation Planning

Hazard mitigation planning ultimately helps us protect Rice County residents. By working with local communities we can identify vulnerabilities and develop strategies to reduce or eliminate the effects of a potential hazard. In addition, increasing public awareness of local hazards and disaster preparedness helps to create a community that is resilient to disaster, and breaks the cycle of response and recovery. Update of the plan will further allow the county and its jurisdictions to apply for eligible projects under future Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grant funding from FEMA for projects that are cost-effective and will help to reduce or eliminate impacts of future natural disaster events.

Contact:

Jennifer Hauer-Schmitz
Rice County Emergency Management Director
Phone: (507) 332-6119
Email: Jhauer@co.rice.mn.us
Rice County Sheriff's Office
Rice County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, January 2nd, 2019 at 4:40am
The Rice County Jail held a food drive the beginning of November to support our local food shelf. In order to create some excitement there was a friendly competition between two teams of staff members. Staff members were to collect food items and obtain points for those items. The points were determined based on the food shelf’s needs. High protein items (canned meats, beans, peanut butter) were given the highest point rating. The team with the most points would be victorious and would obtain an opportunity to pie the other team in the face. The Rice County Jail donated 620 food items to the Rice County Food Shelf. The Jail Administrator, Jake Marinenko, ended up with a pie in his face.

I am proud of the Rice County Jail Staff for going above and beyond to help those in need during the holiday season!