Cook County Law Enforcement Center, MN Inmate Search, Visitation Hours
143 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais, MN, 55604
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In 1963, the Cook County Law Enforcement Center was officially opened to the public for operations. Throughout the next 50 years, the Cook County Law Enforcement Center would undergo 3 expansions. [if %capacity%]As of 2019, the Cook County Law Enforcement Center can house up to %capacity% offenders comfortably[/if %capacity%].
. These offenders will include state and local arrests.
The Cook County Law Enforcement Center is broken down into 4 cell blocks. There is only one cell block for women offenders and 3 cell blocks for men.
The Cook County Law Enforcement Center currently employs 1 full-time on-call doctor, 1 full-time nurse, and 11 certified corrections officers.
The Cook County Law Enforcement Center also offers educational and religious programs to its inmates as well.
Cook County Law Enforcement Center — General Information
143 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais, MN, 55604
Cook County Sheriffs Department
Address: 143 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais, Minnesota, 55604
How to Find Someone in Cook County Law Enforcement Center
As of lately, the Cook County Law Enforcement Center has not made their inmate roster available to the public. What does this mean to you, if you are looking for someone in the facility?
The only way you will get any information on an inmate in the Cook County Law Enforcement Center is to call them at the number provided above. They will be able to tell you what the inmate is for, when their court date is (if applicable), and when the inmate is scheduled to be released.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
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When an inmate is in the Cook County Law Enforcement Center they do not have many privileges, but one privilege they do have is sending and receiving letters.
Mail time in the Cook County Law Enforcement Center is a huge thing for the inmates. Inmates love receiving letters. You are more than welcome to send letters to an inmate who is in the Cook County Law Enforcement Center.
You will need to make sure that you have your name and your address on the letter. You will need to make the letter out to the inmate’s name as well. All incoming letters must be sent through the United States Postal Service.
The Cook County Law Enforcement Center supplies the inmate’s three meals a day and shelter, but that is it. They do not supply inmates their personal hygiene products, snacks, beverages (outside of meals), and entertainment. If an inmate wants these items, they are required to purchase them through the facilities commissary.
You can deposit funds into the inmate’s account by dropping a money order off at the Cook County Law Enforcement Center. You can do so when you visit or during operating hours.
The Cook County Law Enforcement Center gives inmates two different ways they can contact their friends and family members.
First and foremost, the Cook County Law Enforcement Center contracts with PayTel. PayTel is a third-party service in which an inmate will need funds in their phone account to use. A typical 15-minute long phone conversations will cost around $6 if the inmate calls using PayTel.
Inmates will also have the chance to call by doing a collect call. The fees of a collect call will be the responsibility of the person who receives the call. Collect calls will not work if the person has a mobile phone.
Looking to visit an inmate that is currently in the Cook County Law Enforcement Center?
Visitation hours can change. It is best to phone the Cook County Law Enforcement Center prior to coming out to the facility to ensure you know the most up to date visitation hours.
You will also want to know if they are accepting visitors. If the Cook County Law Enforcement Center is under lockdown, there will be no visitors are allowed in the facility.
However, you will also need to bring a photo id that is issued by the government such as your passport, military ID, or your driver’s license.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.
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