FAQ Topic: Law Enforcement
Beginning August 1, 2021, the William’s County Sheriff’s Office will no longer be releasing accident reports due to new state legislation; they must be requested via the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT). The form must be downloaded from the NDDOT and returned to them with payment; please follow the instructions outlined on the form. … Continued
The Williams County Sheriff’s Office is a participating agency in NDTip, a service that enables citizens to submit anonymous tips about crimes, suspicious activity, or non-emergency traffic concerns. Citizens can submit tips for activity anywhere within the County. Tips will be forwarded to the appropriate law enforcement agency if they are for locations outside of … Continued
For information about how to obtain a concealed weapons permit, including testing locations, please visit the ND Attorney General’s website.
For information about the law regarding dogs as a public nuisance and how to file a complaint, please visit the ND Courts website.
Fingerprinting is available every Wednesday evening from 5 pm to 7 pm at the Williams County Law Enforcement Center. Hours are subject to change depending on the volume of people that show. If you do not provide your own fingerprint card, a fee of $10 will be charged; it can be paid with cash or … Continued
To post bond for someone being held in the Williams County Correctional Center, you must post bond with the court that made the charges (e.g. Northwest District Judicial Court or Municipal Court). NW District Judicial Court If the individual is being held on charges from the NW District Judicial Court, and you wish to pay … Continued
Information about how to contact an inmate via mail, phone, or visitation can be found by following this link.
Call the Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone line at 701-577-7700.
To file a non-emergency report with the Sheriff’s Office, please call 701-577-7700. In the event of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.