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22. 07. 27

DISPATCHER/CORRECTIONAL OFFICER

 

$21.74 - $26.47

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applicants for Dispatcher/Correction Officer. This position is responsible for receiving and prioritizing all emergency and non-emergency requests for service and for dispatching appropriate service providers. This is a position of critical importance for community and public safety, operating 24/7 including night, weekend, and holiday shifts. All activities involve the use of computer technology, which requires a high level of accuracy, concentration, attention to detail, and multi-tasking. Work involves the exercise of independent judgment in receiving and transmitting law enforcement, fire, emergency medical, and other emergency services information by emergency radio, telephone, and computer and determining what actions are necessary based on the call.

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22. 07. 14

Pennington County Sheriff’s Office

Request for Proposal (RFP)

Year-Round Food Services

Pennington County is soliciting written proposals from experienced and qualified food service vendors to provide comprehensive daily year-round food services for the PCCC and the Meals on Wheels program.

The project scope, content of proposal, and cost summary are outlined in the RFP.  RFP’s are available on the Pennington County website https://co.pennington.mn.us/

Please send proposals to:

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21. 12. 06

New Technology has been installed in the Pennington County Jail that will help support the care and custody of inmates.. GUARDIAN RFID® 

 

GUARDIAN RFID® helps jails of all sizes maximize defensibility, compliance, and operational efficiency by managing, monitoring, and tracking in-custody inmates in real-time. Exclusively endorsed by National Sheriffs' Association, GUARDIAN RFID is deployed by jails of all sizes throughout the United States.

Inmates are required to wear non-implantable devices at all times. Any incident of non-compliance will not be tolerated. Inmates will be subject to fines and disciplinary action, including prosecution.

All systems and devices using RFID technology are designed, tested, and manufactured to comply with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations. RF energy levels generated are similar to those found in consumer electronics. Inmate-worn devices are hypoallergenic. RF-based inmate identification is the exclusive property of Pennington County.

https://guardianrfid.com/

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21. 08. 04

August 4, 2021

SUSPECT APPREHENDED IN PENNINGTON COUNTY HOMICIDE

Eric Reinbold located after appearing on a law enforcement trail camera

Eric Reinbold, the man sought in the July 9 murder of his wife Lissette Reinbold of Oklee, Minn., was apprehended early this morning in Red Lake County.

Shortly after 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, agents were alerted to movement in front of a trail camera that had been set up in a wooded area off of County Road 1 not far from Reinbold’s parent’s property. This area had been searched by law enforcement in the days following his disappearance.

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21. 07. 16

July 16, 2021 – Press Release

This update is to provide an update on the search for Eric Reinbold.

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, along with state and federal law enforcement agencies, continue in the search for Eric James Reinbold, the primary suspect in the July 9 murder of his wife, Lissette Reinbold.

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office still believes Mr. Reinbold is in the area and is on foot. We have not received any information to believe that he has gained any form of transportation.

Investigators have received dozens of tips from the public and are following up on all of those leads. We continue to ask anyone with information about the murder of Lissette Reinbold or the whereabouts of Eric Reinbold to call 911, the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office at 218-681-6161 or the U.S. Marshals at 1-877-WANTED.

 

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New Direct Phone Numbers

The New Corrections (Jail) Phone Number is 218-416-7097. Please call this number for any inmate related questions. Inmate voice mail line is 218-416-1120.

Jail Administrator / Dave Casanova -  218-416-7095 * Jail Programmer / Travis Black - 218-416-7082