You can find if someone is in the Jail or Workhouse on the web at http://www.anokacounty.us/727/Inmate-Locator. Or you can call the Sheriff's Office at 763-324-5100.
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Call 763-324-4800 for the name of a probation officer and how to contact them. (As of August 24, 2017 our phone numbers have changed.)
PSC meeting schedules are specific to individual offenders. To find out more, call 763-324-4900.
Anoka County Corrections will assess supervision and UA fees as authorized by M.S. 244.18/609.102. This statute authorizes the Chief Executive Officer of a local corrections agency to administratively impose and collect corrections fees. All offenders who receive corrections services will be assessed a fee based on the level of offense. This includes all probation transfers and supervised release cases.
In situations where clients can demonstrate a financial hardship and no ability to pay fees, the probation office can consider community service in place of the fee payment or a waiver of the fee. These requests must be made by writing a letter to the Claimant Commissioner, Anoka County Corrections, 325 East Main Street, C100, Anoka, MN 55303.
Supervision, UA and program fees are paid to the Anoka County Corrections Department. Contact your probation officer or call 763-324-4800 for more details.
Payments can be sent to:
Anoka County Community Corrections
Anoka County Courthouse
2100 3rd Avenue, Suite C100
Anoka, MN 55303.
Please include a client ID and/or case number.
If you have medical insurance, check with your insurance provider to see if they cover a chemical health assessment. If they do not, or you do not have health insurance, and cannot afford health care services, you may be eligible for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) funding. You may also contact your probation officer for further assistance. More information.