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For more information contact us at 218-327-2854.
These services include, but are not limited to: Intake and Assessment, Pre-Trial Supervision, Probation Supervision, Programs and Referrals, and Probation Violations/Sanctions Conferences. The department supervises all juvenile probation and all adults placed on supervision for misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor offenses. In Itasca County the Minnesota Department of Corrections supervises all felony probation and supervised release (parole) cases. Minnesota Statute 244.19 specifically outlines the appointment, compensation, and powers and duties with respect to our probation officers, learn more about statute 244.19 by visiting the Office of the Revisor of Statutes website.
Misdemeanors are offenses that are punishable by up to 90 days in jail. The lowest-level Driving Under the Influence is an example.
Gross Misdemeanors are offenses that are punishable by up to a year in jail. Repeat DUI offenses, or a DUI with an elevated blood-alcohol level, are examples.
Felonies are crimes that are punishable by more than a year in jail. The lowest-level felony offenses are punishable by a year and 1 day. In Itasca County, these cases are supervised by the Minnesota Department of Corrections, for more information contact them by phone at 218-322-2920.
Upon payment, a 2-part receipt will be issued by the office and the pickup then needs to be coordinated with the work crew foreman (259-5594). Home heating firewood and larger orders of campfire bundles are to be picked up at 1177 LaPrairie Avenue W, LaPrairie, MN. Firewood bundle orders under 10 bundles can be picked up directly at the Itasca County Probation Department. The program does not deliver firewood/firewood bundles to general public. The exception is if a firewood bundle order exceeds 100 bundles. At no time can firewood orders be picked up without the crew foreman present or without the 2-part receipt.
In all contracts for sale of wood the term "cord" shall mean 128 cubic feet of wood, bark, and air, if cut in 4-foot lengths; and if the sale is of "sawed wood," a cord shall mean 110 cubic feet when ranked, or 160 cubic feet when thrown irregularly or loosely into a conveyance for delivery to the purchaser; and if the sale is of "sawed and split wood," a cord shall mean 120 cubic feet, when ranked, and 175 cubic feet when thrown irregularly and loosely into a conveyance for delivery. If a measurement is made by weight, the term "cord" or any other term used to describe freshly cut wood shall be based on 79 cubic feet of solid wood content per cord. The weight per cord may vary by species or species group. In case of any dispute when the parties have not otherwise agreed in writing to the weight per cord by species or species group, the weight most recently established by the commissioner of natural resources prevails.
In all contracts for sale of wood, the term "board foot" means 144 cubic inches of wood measured in any combination of length, thickness, and width. If a measurement or scale is made of logs, Scribner's decimal C rule is the standard rule for determining board feet log scale. When measuring or scaling logs, each log must be scaled individually by the largest number of even feet in its length above eight and under 24 feet. All logs of 24 feet or more in length must be scaled as two or more logs. This section does not apply to finished lumber measured in nominal dimensions. History: (7026) 1913 c 560 s 5; 1985 c 260 s 1; 2000 c 301 s 1; 2005 c 141 s 12
Once the affirmative conditions of probation are met, the probation officer recommends to the Court that Administrative Supervision be closed and the person remains on unsupervised probation for the balance of the one year term that was imposed. Individuals placed on Administrative Supervision report to the probation department in small groups of 10-15 on a quarterly basis. At the first meeting, all referral information is provided and instructions are given as to how the documentation of completion is to be submitted. A subsequent meeting is scheduled 3 months out with the understanding that the probationer does not need to attend if all required documentation has been provided to the supervising agent.
The intent is to have the Itasca County Probation Department assist the probationer in satisfying the standard probation conditions; typically a chemical use evaluation, completing any recommended treatment programming from said evaluation and the attendance of a MADD Impact Panel by providing them with referral/contact information and subsequently assist the Courts by reporting the completion of said conditions to the Court. For more information view the MADD Impact panel website.
Payments are made directly at the probation department via cash, check, money order, cashier’s check or credit card. Supervision fees can be worked off by performing approved community work service (CWS). Fees must be satisfied for consideration of early discharge. Failure to satisfy these fees by payment or approved CWS will result in revenue recapture being filed with the State Department of Revenue.
More congenial resolutions require the cooperation of both parties; creation of an easement, adjustment of a property line, even maintaining the status quo are among the options to be considered. Your surveyor and your attorney can help you determine the best option for resolving property conflicts. For more information contact us at 218-327-2854.