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Level 3 offenders are listed on the Minnesota Department of Corrections website. To find out about non-compliant predatory offenders in the state of Minnesota, visit the BCA website.
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If the situation is life threatening or there is a crime in progress, call 911. If you want to report a crime that has already occurred, report suspicious activity, have a non-emergency situation, or have a question, call 507-451-8232.
The Owatonna Police Department is located with the Pearl Street 911 Center and the Steele County Sheriff’s Office at the Law Enforcement Center. View directions to the department office.
A request can be made in person at the Law Enforcement Center during regular business hours. Regular business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday excluding legal holidays. Requests can also be made in writing via letter or fax to 507-444-0330 at anytime.
Such requests will be processed during regular business hours. Please be advised police reports may not be made available until five business days have passed since the date of the incident. This is to allow for report preparation, transaction, data processing and filing time.
Yes. Fees for copies of reports are as follows:
All copies are black and white, one side of a piece of paper. There is no charge for reports to the victim of crimes against persons.
Fees for electronic copies are as follows:
Once you have completed the required training and received your certificate, you may apply for a gun permit at the Law Enforcement Center. A fee of $100 (cash only) is required at the time of application. For more information on concealed weapons permits, visit the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website.
No. The Owatonna Police Department does not set a quota on traffic tickets written.
Before a vehicle can be released from impound, the registered owner must provide proof of insurance, current registration and have two valid drivers present. Once these conditions (and any others set by the impounding officer) have been met, the police department will notify the tow company to release the vehicle. Any tow charges and storage fees are the responsibility of the vehicle owner.
Release of property and evidence is by appointment only. In order for property and/or evidence to be returned to you, the investigator or officer responsible for your case must authorize its release. You will need your case number and a valid ID card or driver’s license for items to be released to you.
A representative may also be designated to pick up your property but must present a notarized letter verifying representation. For further details concerning the options available in reclaiming your property, call the Property and Evidence Technician at 507-774-7205.
The Owatonna Police Department has 37 sworn full time officers.
Technically, no, unless the total property damage is $1,000 or more. You do have an obligation to provide your insurance information to the other driver or owner of the property that was damaged. However, the Owatonna Police Department encourages you to report the accident and wait for an officer.