The Sheriff's Office is responsible for administering and executing the service of arrest warrants, commitments and other court orders issued by Hennepin County, for persons who are wanted by law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Please note, the Warrant Apprehension Office is no longer located inside of Minneapolis City Hall.
Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Apprehension Office is now located in the Hennepin County Jail (also known as Public Safety Facility) at 401 South 4th Ave #100, Minneapolis, MN 55415.
Anyone turning themselves in on a warrant or requesting information on a warrant will go through the main entrance of the jail (also known as the Public Safety Facility). You will need to go through weapons screening and then you will be directed to Warrant Apprehension Office.
Frequently asked questions:
How do I take care of a warrant?
- You may turn yourself in at the Hennepin County Jail at 401 S. 4th Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55415.
- You may post cash bail or bond at the Warrant Apprehension Office. (See instructions above.) Bail must be paid in cash. Checks and money orders are not accepted.
I’m not sure if I’m wanted on a warrant, may I call for information?
The Warrant Apprehension Unit will not provide this information to citizens over the telephone. If you aren’t sure if there’s an active warrant for your arrest, please visit the Warrant Apprehension Unit in person.
Or you may have someone request this information on your behalf, in person
. The office is located in the Hennepin County Jail (also known as Public Safety Facility)
401 South 4th Ave #100. You will need to go through weapons screening and then you will be directed to Warrant Apprehension Office.
Warrant Apprehension Unit partnerships
The Sheriff's Office continues its partnership with the Juvenile Criminal Apprehension Team (JCAT) initiative along with Hennepin County Community Corrections (Probation Services). We also has an ongoing partnership with the Minnesota Violent Crime/Fugitive Task Force (MVC/FTF). The primary objective is to significantly contribute to a reduction of serious violent crime by locating and arresting the most violent fugitives.
The Suburban Juvenile Initiative (SJI) started field operations in 2008. SJI’s apprehends juveniles with arrest warrants. Typically each year, SJI made several hundred arrests and dozens of other juveniles report to the Hennepin County Juvenile Detention Center after being actively sought by SJI.
A deputy is assigned to the Minnesota Fugitive Task Force, a high-profile, multi-agency team that tracks down and arrests the Twin Cities' most violent fugitives.