MN Jail Programs and Services
Who are the Minnesota Jail Programs and Services (MJPS)?
The MJPS is a division of the Minnesota Sheriffs' Association consisting of professionals working with offenders in jails throughout the State of Minnesota. We are working to provide an environment for a safe, secure, and smooth operating jail where offenders can learn to become law abiding citizens. We promote crime prevention and public safety through:
1) improving management of offenders.
2) teaching those willing to learn to become more productive citizens upon re-entry into the community.
Mission Statement of the Minnesota Jail Programmers
The MJPS believes that jail programming is an integral part of the Criminal Justice System that should coordinate with the courts and court services. The mission of MJPS is to develop and support professional jail programming, to promote inmate rehabilitation and support jail practices that are consistent with constitutional requirements and professional operations. Please contact any of the MJPS executive board members or your district representative for more information on our organization, and specific programming questions or needs, and membership information
CLICK HERE for MJPS District and District Reps
2016-2017 Executive Board
L to R: Durand Ackman, Janet Adams, Kim Neuman, Shanna Krebsbach, Heather Stephens, Mary Davidson, Joel Stevens.
Program Coordinator, Meeker Co.
Program Coordinator, McLeod Co.
Program Sergeant, Olmsted Co.
Program Sergeant, Washington Co.
Program Coordinator, Kandiyohi Co.
Phone: 320-214-6700 ext. 3693
Program Coordinator, Mower Co.
Program Coordinator, Mille Lacs Co.
Jail Administrator, Faribault Co.
Conference and Training Coordinator, Minnesota Sheriffs' Association
Phone: 651-451-7216, ext. 6
Minutes from November 2016 meeting
Minutes from September 2016 Meeting
Minutes from February 2016 Meeting
Minutes from December 2015 Meeting
Minutes from June 2015 Meeting
Minutes from April 2015 Meeting
Minutes from March 2015 Meeting
2014 Minutes area available by contacting the MJPS Secretary/Historian or the MSA Office.