|Your complete Minnesota criminal
record is a combination of all of the files and
records of any felony, gross misdemeanor,
misdemeanor, or petty misdemeanors ever charged
against you in Minnesota; as well as the sentences
served for those charges. Every city, county and
state law enforcement agency, prosecutor's office
and courthouse keeps its own records.
Minnesota a crime is an act prohibited by law where
the person may be punished by imprisonment, with or
without a fine. If a person is convicted of a crime,
they may be imprisoned and they may have to pay a
fine. A felony crime in Minnesota is punished by
imprisonment for a period of at least one year. A
gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor crime is punished
by a fine or imprisonment of not more than 90 days.
A petty misdemeanor is not considered a crime.
Minnesota Criminal Record Searches
Minnesota BCA Records
Administrative records of statewide
criminal convictions on persons who have been convicted of
felonies and/or gross misdemeanors as defined by Minnesota
state law and sentenced to serve jail time, probation,
parole or suspended sentence since 1982. Results show the
disposition date, arresting agency, case number, defendant
name, date of birth, race, sex, charges, dispositions and
sentence. Records updated regularly.
Corrections records of statewide felony
criminal convictions on persons who have been sentenced to
serve time at a state facility since pre-1980. Records
include name, date of birth, sex, race, drivers license
number, offender status, charge county, charge description,
statute, sentence date, sentence description and release
date. Records updated regularly.
Minnesota Sex Offender
All sex offenders sentenced since July
1991. Records updated regularly.