Provides law enforcement services to the citizens of Rice County to include criminal patrol; investigation and follow-up on crimes committed or reported; enforcement of traffic, water, hunting, fishing, recreational vehicle and park regulations, rules, and statutes. Performs other related law enforcement activities or orders of the court within Rice County and elsewhere in the Sate of Minnesota, where mutual aid agreements exist, to protect and serve 24 hours a day, days a year. Carries out duties in conformance with federal, state, county, and city laws and ordinances. Patrols all County roads, County State Aid Highways, Township and minimum maintenance road and public access roads to preserve the peace and enforce all traffic laws. Maintains 24 hour availability by radio, computer, or telephone, for consultation on major emergencies. Enforces motor vehicle and commercial vehicle regulations.
Rice County Criminal Background Check - Criminal Records
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Rice County, MN Public Records
Average turnaround time is business days. The county criminal background check covers the past 7 years and will return convictions or deferred judgments. Some county criminal background checks may take longer due to court procedures or if additional records need to be ordered.
According to court documents, the girl, who is not being identified because of her age, sent an image to a boy last fall and it was saved and shared with others. After a classmate reported it to police, prosecutors charged the girl with one count of felony dissemination of pornographic work. In his Feb. Cajacob also wrote that the severe penalties if convicted — including a mandatory 10 years on the sex offender registry — suggest the statute targets adults who abuse children, not teens who sext each other. The idea that heavy-handed enforcement of pornography laws is going to help these misguided, struggling teens is itself absurd.