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Records and Support Staff

The Sheriff's Records and Clerical Support Section is located on the second floor of the Scott County Law Enforcement Center, at the south entrance near the 4th Ave.& Fuller St. intersection. Sheriff Records and Clerical Support is responsible for maintaining all criminal history, investigative reports and criminal files for the Sheriff's Office. The records section also forwards required information to the proper agencies [i.e. Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)].

Obtaining a copy of an accident or incident report

If you need a copy of an accident/incident report taken by the Sheriff's Office, jail booking records, or other records relating to the Sheriff's Office, you can obtain them from the Sheriff's records staff. To expedite your requests, it’s helpful if you have most or all of the following information:

    • Date and time of the incident
    • Location of the incident
    • Name(s) of victims, complainants or other parties involved
    • Incident Complaint Number (ICR)

To verify we have the criminal incident report or accident report you are seeking, please call 952-496-8309. Ideally, to save time, if you call ahead at 952-496-8309, the records and support staff may be able to have your paperwork waiting for you.

Access to criminal incident reports depend on the status of the report and your involvement in the report. Criminal incident reports may not be available for up to 5 days after the report was taken. Accident reports are not required on all motor vehicle crashes and may not be available for up to 10 days after the crash. Release of accident reports are limited to parties involved or their legal representative. Mail-in requests with fees are accepted. There is no charge for the 1 page “initial complaint report.” However, any other copies of reports do require a fee. Legal representatives, such as attorneys, insurance companies, etc, require an initial fee of $5.00. In addition, the representative must have a signed authorization from the party represented.

If you need a copy of your driver license record, you must go to a Department of Motor Vehicles Driver’s License Exam Station. To find the nearest location, click here.

For information on mortgage foreclosures, click here.

For information relating to permits to purchase or carry firearms, click here.

For information on other civil process and services, click here.

Fees may be required to obtain certain documents. For fee information, click here.

Lobby window hours for Records and Administration are 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays.

 

Captain Steve Collins

952-496-8731

scollins@co.scott.mn.us

Office Mgr Cassie Koch

952-496-8946

ckoch@co.scott.mn.us

     

Stephanie Anderson

952-496-8320

standerson@co.scott.mn.us

Julia Gramling

952-496-8301

jgramling@co.scott.mn.us

Sarah Deppe

952-496-8290

sdeppe@co.scott.mn.us

Jan Nemanic

952-496-8706

jnemanic@co.scott.mn.us

Lisa Heilman

952-496-8303

lheilman@co.scott.mn.us

Char Shaughnessey

952-496-8322

cshaughnessey@co.scott.mn.us

     

Gun Permits – Jan

952-496-8706

jnemanic@co.scott.mn.us

Mortgage Foreclosures – Julia

952-496-8301

jgramling@co.scott.mn.us

Civil Process/Services – Stephanie

952-496-8320

standerson@co.scott.mn.us

 

Contact Information
County Main Number
(952) 445-7750
Sheriff's Dispatch
(952) 445-1411
Sheriff's Office
(952) 496-8300
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