Dakota County Jail is dedicated to providing equal access to all inmates to qualified interpreters, note takers, written materials, telephones compatible with hearing aids, closed caption televisions, TTY, text-only cellphones, video relay phones, and on demand interpreting. Inmates or their family members may inform jail staff of any auxiliary aids requested at any time.
The Dakota County Jail ensures that deaf and hard-of-hearing persons have full and equal access of its services, privileges, facilities, advantages and accommodations, and provides auxiliary aids and services to facilitate effective communication with and by these persons. Sign language and oral interpreters, videophones, a TTY, and other services are available to deaf and hard-of-hearing inmates free of charge. For more information, please contact the Jail’s Coordinator of Accessible Communication Services at 651-438-4834.