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Here are addresses and phone numbers of individual units and work farms for reference. Most state prisoners can be located using the official offender search provided by the official DOC website, which can be found linked below. If you are looking for a county inmate or someone who has not been sentenced yet, use the "Inmate Search" button on the right.

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inmate searchFind inmates housed in the jails and prisons listed here. More searches are added when available, if you don't see the facility you're looking for, press the "Inmate Search" button. Information you'll receive can include offense reports, list of charges filed, arresting agency and requirements necessary for release.
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Person in the custody of law enforcement for alleged illegal activity. Prisoner or convict.
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Minnesota Department of Corrections MDOC 1450 Energy Park Drive, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108 (651) 361-7200
  • Faribault 1101 Linden Lane, Faribault 55021 (507) 334-0700
  • Lino Lakes 7525 Fourth Avenue, Lino Lakes 55014 (651) 717-6100
  • Moose Lake 1000 Lakeshore Drive, Moose Lake 55767 (218) 485-5000
  • Oak Park Heights 5329 Osgood Avenue, North Stillwater 55082 (651) 779-1400
  • Prairie 445 South Munsterman Street, Appleton 56208 (320) 289-2052
  • Red Wing Juvenile 1079 Highway 292, Red Wing 55066 (651) 267-3600
  • Rush City 7600 525th Street, Rush City 55069 (320) 358-0400
  • St Cloud 2305 Minnesota Boulevard, St Cloud 56304 (320) 240-3000
  • Shakopee 1010 West Sixth Avenue, Shakopee 55379 (952) 496-4440
  • Stillwater 970 Pickett Street North, Bayport 55003 (651) 779-2700
  • Togo 62741 County Road 551, Togo 55723 (218) 376-4411
  • Willow River 86032 County Highway 61, Willow River 55795 (218) 372-3101
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More about corrections in Minnesota

This directory contains the address and number for county jails in Minnesota including direct links to any with a website. All counties maintain or contract detention services. Claiming to be the oldest in Minnesota, the Houston county jail was built in 1875 and detaining prisoners today. Minnesota department of corrections was founded in 1959 and is the agency that manage the state's prisons. Listed below are the address and phone numbers to both adult and youth institutions. MNDOC provides a variety of records and custody lookups online.

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