- Tuesdays 1:00 pm-4:00pm
- Thursdays 7:00 pm-9:00pm
- Sundays 1:00 pm-4:00pm
- Holildays 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
All visitors must be 18 years of age, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Children must be under the direct supervision of an adult and will not be allowed to run around unsupervised. All visitors must have identification and sign the visitor’s log. Visits will be limited to 15-20 minutes. All visitors and inmates are expected to conduct themselves in a proper manner. No vulgar language, profanity or excessive loud conduct will be tolerated. The Roseau County Jail reserves the right to revoke, refuse admittance or terminate any visit that may constitute a threat to the safety, security or good order of the facility.
COMMUNICATION WITH INMATES
To help mitigate the outbreak of the COVID-19 Corona Virus, the Roseau County Detention Center will not be allowing inmate visitation at the Detention Center. This will be effective from March 17th, 2020 to March 31st, 2020 which at what time the situation will be re-assessed. Inmates will still have the availability to visit by means of video visitation from inmatecanteen.com. Video Visitation from inmatecanteen.com are available daily from 7am to 9pm. If extenuating circumstances exist and a visitation at the Detection Center is necessary, please call the Detention Center at 218-463-1421 and the circumstance will be assessed by administration.
To leave a message for an inmate, call 218-463-9708. Follow the instructions to leave a recorded message.
Mail correspondence to: Roseau County Detention Center
604 5th Ave SW
Roseau, MN 56751
TO PUT MONEY ON AN INMATES ACCOUNT
You may deposit cash funds to an inmate’s jail account by using the kiosk located within the jail lobby. You may also deposit funds via the internet by accessing: www.inmatecanteen.com. Sending cash is discouraged but money orders or cashiers checks, made payable to the inmate, can be sent through the mail.
TO BUY A PHONE CARD OR ADD TEXTING MINUTES FOR AN INMATE
If you wish to purchase a phone card for an inmate, you can purchase cards on-line with a credit card at www.reliancetelephone.com. This site may also be used to authorize reception of collect calls from the jail..
HOW TO POST BAIL FOR SOMEONE BEING HELD AT THE ROSEAU COUNTY DETENTION CENTER
Bail may be posted for Roseau County warrants or persons in custody as long as a bail amount has been set by the court. The bail can be paid at the Court Administration Office, located in the Roseau County Court House, 606 5th Ave SW, Room 20. The bail must be cash only and can be paid at the Court Administration Office, Monday through Friday, during the hours of 8:00am to 4:30 pm. On other days and times, bail may be posted at the jail. Out-of-County bails must be posted at the Roseau County Detention Center. You may choose to contact a Bail Bond agent to assist you with this process.
The Roseau County Detention Center provides fingerprinting service for various needs such as conceal carry applicants, employment back-ground checks and court needs. There is no charge. Please have appropriate paperwork and a valid Minnesota driver’s license or identification card present. The Detention Center is located at 604 5th Ave SW Roseau, MN 56751. Jail personnel will accommodate taking the finger prints as much as possible. At times, Jail personnel may become busy and persons requesting the fingerprints may have to come back at a later time. No persons under the age of 18 are allowed into the detention area, so please make prior arrangements in regards to children.
Victim Information Notification (VINE) is available in Roseau County. VINE is a free, 24 hour telephone service that provides notification of an offender’s release, transfer, or other status change information. Victims and the general public may register at any time to request notification by calling 1-877-MN-4-VINE (1-877-664-8463) or register on-line @ www.vinelink.com.
NOTE: Do not depend solely on the VINE service for your protection! If you feel that you may be at risk, take precautions as though the offender has already been released. If you feel you are in imminent danger,contact law enforcement immediately.