logoSheriff's Office

John D. Novacek - Sheriff

208 E Colvin Ave, Ste #1
Warren MN 56762

Phone: 218-745-5411
Fax: 218-745-9203

Email Address: john.novacek@co.marshall.mn.us

 

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Inmate Visitation
Area Agency Phone Numbers
Road Conditions
Crime Victim Program

INMATE VISITATION

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office allows visitation with our inmates between the hours of 1-4 PM Central Monday thru Friday and from 2-4 PM Central on Sunday. Only people over the age of 18 may visit. Contact visits are subject to the Sheriff's approval. There are NO Saturday visits.

PHONE PRIVILEGES

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office provides an inmate phone system for OUTGOING calls only. If you would like to LEAVE A MESSAGE for an inmate, please call 218-745-6074 and follow the voice prompts. We do not accept incoming phone calls. If an inmate is having trouble contacting you using our system please call Reliance Telephone Company at 1-800-896-3201.

AREA AGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Minnesota State Patrol (Thief River Falls, MN)

218-681-0942

Polk County Sheriff's Office (Crookston, MN)

218-281-0431

Crookston Police Department

218-281-3111

East Grand Forks Police Department

218-773-1104

Northwest Community Correction (Crookston, MN)

218-281-6092

Pennington Co. Sheriff/Thief River Falls Police

218-681-6161

Kittson County Sheriff's Office

218-843-3535

Roseau County Sheriff's Office

218-463-1421

Northwest Sentence to Service

218-683-7001

Public Defender's Office

218-681-0952

Crime Victims Services

218-745-5523

ROAD CONDITIONS

You may either call one of the following numbers for road conditions or go to: www.dot.state.mn.us/winter.html

Cell phone users

511

Local (Northwestern Minnesota)

218-681-0938

Crookston

218-281-5641

Bemidji

218-755-3816

Statewide (Minnesota)

1-800-542-0220

North Dakota

1-701-328-7623

South Dakota

1-605-330-6078

Manitoba

204-945-3704

Please use every precaution when traveling. Make sure you have a winter survival kit and let someone know when and where you are traveling. Please prioritize your travel also by leaving less-important trips until a later time.