We offer free stickers for your front door so first responders know someone with a disability lives there.
You can request 4 types of stickers for an occupant who may:
Request a free sticker
We also support the Vitals App. This is a Bluetooth beacon people with special needs carry. It gives their important information to our deputies that are there to help. Visit the Vitals App.
Sheriff’s staff meet with many diverse communities at businesses, schools, and community and cultural events.
Our staff includes community liaisons who can speak with residents in their preferred language.
Our staff can:
You can invite a staff member to a community event or meeting.
To request sheriff’s staff attend your event or meet with your community, contact Sergeant Joel Svenby at 612-348-2420 or email@example.com.
National Night Out is an annual community safety event in August. It promotes relationships among neighbors. It also promotes relationships between local law enforcement and neighborhoods.
Block parties are a chance for sheriff's staff to meet community members face to face.
On request, we may be able to attend your National Night Out event. For example, we may be able to send a sheriff's deputy, K9 team, dive team, or other staff member.
Request a sheriff’s staff member attend your event
This program is open to the public and free. It gives you insight into law enforcement and our office.
It runs one night a week for 7 weeks.
The academy is on hold for now. Check back for updates.
Find ways to volunteer with the sheriff's office.