The Sherburne County Jail is a major regional facility with 732 beds. Included in the inmate population are inmates under the control of Sherburne County, Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Federal U.S. Marshal, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and other agencies. By housing more than 500 federal detainees/inmates on average per day, the jail generates revenue for the county.

Auxiliary Aids and Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

Sherburne County provides auxiliary aids and services for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. For more information please contact the Jail Program Coordinator.

Eyeglasses for Inmates/Detainees

Eyeglasses delivered to the facility will not be accepted and will be returned to sender. Additionally, eyeglasses may not be dropped off at the facility. Inmates are able to purchase reading glasses through Commissary, or will be provided reading glasses if they cannot afford them. Inmates have the ability to have an appointment with an optometrist, and receive eyewear if prescribed, by submitting a sick call slip to the jail clinic.