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With consideration of the above factors, Scott County uses the following guidelines for children who are unsupervised or who provide supervision to younger children. Click here for general guidelines.
You can see the physical items you have out as well as electronic items. Library Catalog
Residents who want to apply for permits to purchase or transfer handguns must apply in person to the police department in the city in which they live, except for applicants from Elko New Market, who should apply at the Scott County Sheriff's Office. If a resident lives in one of the townships in Scott County, please apply at the Scott County Sheriff’s Office.
Applications for both permits to purchase and permits to carry are accepted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays) at the Law Enforcement Center administrative entrance located at 301 S. Fuller Street in Shakopee. Firearm Permits
To expedite your requests, it’s helpful if you have most or all of the following information:Date and time of the incidentIncident Complaint Number (ICR)Location of the incidentName(s) of victims, complainants or other parties involvedWaiting PeriodAccess to criminal incident reports depends on the status of the report and your involvement in the report. Criminal incident reports may not be available for up to 5 days after the report was taken. Accident reports are not required on all motor vehicle crashes and may not be available for up to 10 days after the crash. Release of accident reports are limited to parties involved and/or their legal representative.
Mail-in requests with fees are accepted. Legal representatives, such as attorneys, insurance companies, etc, require a signed authorization from the party represented. Obtaining a Police Report