Address: Murray County Courts Building
PO Box 57
2558 29th Street
Slayton, MN 56172
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
If you need assistance call the Law Enforcement office at 507-836-6168 or 911 in an emergency.
PERMITS: Permits must be obtained during regular business hours between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Murray County partners with Lyon County to house inmates
Click this link to see the current inmate roster.
Data Request Information:
- Murray County Sheriff’s Office Requests for Data by Members of the Public
- Important Rights for Subjects of Government Data
- Public Access to Government Data
- Murray County Data Inventory
Personal Firearms Record
Each year, thousands of firearms are reported lost or stolen. The owners’ ability to adequately identify these firearms is central to law enforcement’s ability to investigate these crimes and losses. Insurance claims and re-acquisition of recovered firearms will also hinge on the ability to correctly identify these firearms. By completing this record on the back and maintaining it in a safe location, separate from your firearms, you will be not only protecting your own property, you will be taking an important first step in the effort to prevent thefts to keep firearms out of the hands of criminals.
This is a personal record only. The information will not be collected or maintained by the Sheriff’s Office or ATF.
Click HERE for a easy form for you to use for your personal records.
Call the Sheriff’s office before you burn. Provide your name, address, phone number, section, township and what you will be burning – every time you burn. 507-836-6168
Free Gun Locks are available at the Law Enforcement Center until supplies run out.
Permits to Purchase -Transfer – Firearms
Applications for Permits to Purchase a Firearm are available at the Law Enforcement Center or by clicking the link below.
Permits to Carry
Applications for Permits to Carry a Pistol are available at the Law Enforcement Center or by clicking the link below. Proof of attending a certification training is needed, along with a photo ID. The cost of a Carry Permit is $75.00 payable at time of application. Permits must be brought to the Law Enforcement Center by the person applying for the permit to carry.
Consumer Affairs writes reviews of companies that provide both free and paid services. This link allows you to read reviews on companies to help you make a decision before selecting a protection plan if you wish to use one. This link will also provide you information on free protection resources. Consumer Affairs would like to educate and inform individuals so they can make smart decisions regarding their credit. Visit Consumer Affairs for more information
- Association of Minnesota Counties
- Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
- Minnesota Department of Public Safety
- Minnesota Level III Sex Offenders
- Minnesota State Statutes
- Minnesota State Law Library
- Minnesota Legal Services Coalition
- Minnesota House of Representatives
- Minnesota Senate
- US Bankruptcy Court
- US Federal Courts System
- Legal Help for Low Income Minnesotans
- Murray County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
- National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Offices are open and observing social distancing and mask requirements.