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    Fingerprinting services to resume May 26

    Beginning May 26, the Sheriff's Office will resume providing fingerprinting services for the public. Read More ...
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    Floating structures require permits

    If you intend on placing any structure, buoy, or sign in public waters within Sherburne County, between sunset and sunrise, which does not extend from shore, you are required to obtain a permit. There is no fee for this permit. Read More ...
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About the Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the website of the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office.Sheriff Joel  Brott use

Sheriff Joel Brott and his dedicated employees continually strive to provide the highest level of service to our residents.

Our goal is summed up in our mission statement:

"Commitment to Service with Integrity and Pride"

Our office has more than 300 employees that serve the residents and businesses in the county’s 431 square miles. We are proud of the men and women who work as correctional officers, deputies and support staff.

We work closely with our surrounding partners to make Sherburne County a great place to live, work and do business.