Emmons County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Emmons County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 100 4th St SW, Linton, 58552 ND
  • Chief:
Phone: 701-254-4411
Fax: (701) 254-5311

Emmons County Sheriff's Office is located at 100 4th St SW, Linton, 58552 ND. The Emmons County Sheriff's Office phone number is 701-254-4411.

Emmons County Sheriff's Office News

🚨 You must stop your vehicle when the red lights are flashing and/or the stop sign has been extended from the school bus. . #EmmonsCo #BusSafety #KeepingKidsSafe

Election Day is here! 🗳️ Polls are open 9 AM - 7 PM. Precinct Polling Locations: •Precinct 1: Hazelton City Hall (including the Cities of Hazelton and Braddock). •Precincts 2 and 3: Emmons County Courthouse (including the City of Linton). •Precincts 4 and 5: Strasburg Blue Room (including the Cities of Strasburg and Hague). NOTE: The Emmons County Courthouse will be utilized as a Voting Center that will contain all the precincts in Emmons County; any qualified elector of the County may choose to cast a ballot at this polling location. http://www.emmonsnd.com/elections.html

Did You Know? When should you call 9-1-1? •Accidents with injuries •Breathing problems •Choking/unconscious person •Crime in progress (prowler, suspicious person or activity) •Drowning •Fights or displays of weapons •Fire (or smell of smoke) •Poisoning •Stabbing or shooting •Other life-threatening situations Appropriate first responders will be notified based on your need. If you’re ever in doubt—CALL! #EmmonsCo #911

Four counties come together for a commitment to community safety! #EmmonsCo #SchoolSafetyTraining

Tips from the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding suspicious mail or packages. #EmmonsCo #Safety

Did You Know? What happens when you call 9-1-1? Click the link and listen: https://drive.google.com/open?id=13OYawVKv65kM5JAreScosmtHO0YuG1Y9 #EmmonsCo #911 #StateRadio

Did You Know? Most Dispatch (9-1-1) Centers receive more calls from wireless users than traditional landline users. Emmons County has more wireless subscribers than landline subscribers--we are a very mobile society! #EmmonsCo

Did You Know? Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) allows the 9-1-1 Center to receive your number and location when you call from a landline or a wireless device. With Enhanced 9-1-1, or E9-1-1, the 9-1-1 Center is responsible for paying network trunking costs according to tariffed rates as well as answering equipment. #EmmonsCo

Did You Know? The three-digit telephone number "9-1-1" has been designated as the "Universal Emergency Number," for citizens throughout the United States to request emergency assistance. The code 9-1-1 was chosen because it is brief, easily remembered, and can be dialed quickly. It’s also a unique number, never having been authorized as an office code, area code, or service code. https://www.nena.org/page/911overviewfacts #EmmonsCo

Hay bales need to be removed from North Dakota rights of way no later than November 1st. #EmmonsCo #HayBales

Did You Know? This year marked the 50th anniversary of the first 9-1-1 call, made in Haleyville, AL on February 16, 1968. For half a century, 9-1-1 has been the gateway between the public and emergency help, and it will continue to be there as a lifeline to help people when they need it most. Though the profession, technology and industry have changed over the years, the desire to make a difference in people’s lives remains the same. #50yearsof911 #EmmonsCo #ThrowbackThursday

If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. #EmmonsCo #NDHP #SafeDriving #VisionZeroND

Interested in a law enforcement career? #EmmonsCo #LawEnforcementTrg

Public Notice of registered sex offender. The offender is not wanted by law enforcement at this time and has served the sentence imposed by the court. This notice is not intended to increase fear in the community. It is the belief of the Emmons County Sheriff's Office that an informed public is a safer public. #EmmonsCo #PublicNotice

To obtain a REAL ID compliant driver license, permit or ID card you must present proper documentation. #EmmonsCo #RealID

Governor Doug Burgum has proclaimed September as Suicide Prevention Month in ND. According to a recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control, ND’s suicide rate has increased by 58% since 1999; a more rapid increase than any other state. Most suicides are preceded by one or more warning sign(s) or concerning changes in behavior. Any concerning or uncharacteristic change in behavior in a person is a good reason to ask about suicide directly, clearly and without judgement. Click the link for information. #EmmonsCo #SuicidePrevention

Reminder to cut weeds and grasses by October 1, 2018. #EmmonsCo #Weeds

Did you know the texting and driving law is in effect even if you're stopped at a red light? Save it for later--it can wait! #EmmonsCo #TextingAndDriving #ItCanWait

I someone using your personal information to open new accounts, make purchases, or get benefits? Report it and www.IdentitityTheft.gov and get a free personal recovery plan. #EmmonsCo #IdentityTheft #RecoverySteps

Trooper Hayen's July edition of "Under the Trooper's Hat" is about Bike Safety. #EmmonsCo #NDHP #BikeSafety

The Emmons County Sheriff confirms there was a plane crash (smaller plane) in the Missouri River, north of the Fort Rice Boat Ramp. Please stay out of the area to allow first responders to attend to this incident. #EmmonsCo #PlaneCrash

Summer storm damages from Badger Bay (Highway 1804) to the Hazelton Boat Ramp. The storm lined up from Badger Bay and went NE to the Moffit Wildlife Refuge. The National Weather Service site at the refuge showed 113 mph wind speed! Photos by Chief Deputy Mark Pearson. #EmmonsCo #StormDamage

FOUND! Lost Dog: Missing from a farmstead 7 miles northwest of Linton is a male Catahoula dog. He has blue eyes and is partially deaf and blind. His name is Toby and is wearing a collar with no tags. Call the Emmons County Sheriff's Office if found (701) 254-4411.

Here's hoping your Independence Day Celebration is safe and memorable. Happy Birthday USA!🇺🇸️ #EmmonsCo #FireWorks #Safety #USA