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Ramsey County Sheriff's Office

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is Minnesota’s first law enforcement agency, established in 1849 when Minnesota was only a territory.
 
The Sheriff's Office


















Has more than 450 employees, including full-time, part-time, and temporary employees, plus over 200 volunteer members.
Has an annual operating budget of approximately $57 million.
Provides wide-ranging law enforcement and public safety services to an urban community of more than 550,000 residents in a metropolitan area of 3.2 million people.
Serves as a regional partner, providing services to city, county, state, and federal agencies.

The Sheriff's Office has five divisions:

Administration
Court and Security Services
Detention Services
Public Safety Services
Regional Services

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office, with the support of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Foundation, is proud to be participating the Pink Patch Project this year! The patch will be available for purchase for $10 each! Ramsey County Deputies and Correctional Officers who would like to wear them to show support and awareness for cancer research during the month of October can contact Jeremy Bolen-Knutson. Anyone who would like to purchase one of these please contact Deputy Bolen-Knutson directly. Email: Jeremy.Bolen@ramseycounty.us Phone: 651-248-2454. PayPal and Venmo payment options available. These patches will not be available at the purchase at the sheriff’s office locations due to COVID restrictions. Proceeds from patch sales will benefit the American Cancer Society of Minnesota and the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Foundation.
 
















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Rosemount Police Department

Our department serves the city of Rosemount, a southern Twin Cities suburb of just under 25,000 people in Dakota County. We were the first agency in Minnesota to join the Pink Patch Project in 2017. In the past two years (and with the help of newly joined Hastings Police Department in 2018) we have raised approximately $10,000 for American Cancer Society. We annually participate in their Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. We sell patches and challenge coins to raise funds. It is a voluntary initiative for our officers with nearly 100% participation.  The Dakota County Sheriff's Office, Hastings Police Department and Farmington Police Department have joined us in our Pink Patch Project campaign.
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