The RCSO Rolls Out New Community Liaison Officer Program
Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office Press Release
October 22, 2018
Sheriff Jack Serier says, "Law enforcement is at its best when it recognizes that it is not operating in a vacuum and instead reaches outward to build trusting relationships with the people and communities it serves. Our Community Liaison Officers will give us new opportunities to connect on issues and build bridges."
Sheriff Serier was honored by the Lo-Pha Society with a Leadership Award for his work with the Hmong American community. He is pictured with national president Toufong Lo.
MN Legislature Should Listen to Majority on Gun Laws
May 11, 2018
“What is it going to take in Minnesota and American society to curb gun violence?” Serier asked an editorial writer. “In our schools we have to have active-shooter drills for kindergartners. That is one of the most horrifying things I’ve ever heard of. If that’s the world we’re living in, it’s time to change it.”
Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier announces campaign for 2018 election
September 13, 2017
Pledging to continue character-based leadership at the sheriff’s office, Sheriff Jack Serier announced his intention to run in the 2018 election at an engaging rally of supporters. The formal launch of Sheriff Jack’s campaign was held Sept. 13, overlooking the Mississippi River at the Harriet Island Wigington Pavilion.
When Jack Serier graduated from Stillwater Area High School and headed to Hamline University in 1986, he thought about becoming a history professor or maybe getting into business. Law enforcement wasn’t on Serier’s radar until he happened into a university security job and had a chance to ride along with St. Paul police officers.