Project Remand is located in downtown St. Paul

Project Remand, a private, non-profit organization, has provided a comprehensive program of adult pretrial services since 1973. Project Remand helps Ramsey County reduce jail population pressures by offering alternatives to traditional detention while promoting public protection and lawful behavior through pretrial services.

Our mission is to provide safe and effective alternatives to traditional detention and prosecution through the delivery of pretrial services.

Since our inception, over 250,000 jail screenings/bail evaluations have been completed, while the number of individuals considered for conditional release or diversion has increased nearly ten-fold.

Project Remand works cooperatively with the Ramsey County District Court in making release recommendations. The balance between public protection and our constitutional principle of “innocent until proven guilty” is critical, thus the community’s safety is carefully weighed against the rights of the accused.


Project Remand is selling wristbands to raise money for the Brown-Bolden Memorial Fund. Project Remand staff member James Bolden's sister, DeLois Brown and parents, Clover & James Bolden, Sr. were murdered in Brooklyn Park on April 9, 2012. On July 27, 2012 Eddie Mosley was indicted on 9 counts of first degree murder. On May 16, 2013 Eddie Mosley was found guilty on all 9 counts and on May 17, 2013 he was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. Please stop in the Project Remand office if you would like to purchase a wristband. All of the proceeds from the sales of the wristbands will go to the memorial fund.