Additional communication options have been made available to residents. Admission to the Juvenile Detention Center is determined based on detention criteria and the alleged offense. A detention hearing is held to determine if a juvenile will be released or held for additional hearings. If you are the parent or legal guardian of a child who has been arrested and admitted into the Juvenile Detention Center, you will receive a call from our intake staff. Only parents or legal guardians are allowed to visit.
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The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation has implemented several changes to our facilities, programs and probation offices to help ensure the health and safety of our clients, residents and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Our department has made temporary changes to in-person visits at the Adult Corrections Facility, Juvenile Detention Center, and the County Home School, to help ensure the health and safety of our residents and staff. Additional communication options have been made available to residents.
This position will supervise staff and resident activities to ensure security of the facility, control and safety of residents, and the enforcement of Minnesota laws and Department of Corrections licensing standards. There is no public transportation to this location. Candidates must be able and willing to work all shifts, weekends, and holidays. Anyone indicating limited availability will not be considered.
HCSO serves one million residents and is located downtown in the city of Minneapolis , the county seat. The office manages the county jail, patrols waterways, provides security for the District Court , handles home foreclosures, participates in homeland security activities and in law enforcement, and by state law is responsible for handling applications for permits to carry a firearm for residents of Hennepin County. The current Sheriff is David P. Hutchinson , who took office as the 28th Sheriff of Hennepin County on January 7, In November , Stanek sent 29 deputies to Oceti Sakowin Standing Rock to put down Lakota Sioux water protectors there during their assembly to prevent the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.