A native of Clay County, Scott Steffes graduated from Glyndon-Felton High School.
After receiving an associate degree from Alexandria Tech, Steffes was hired by Clay County Sheriff Jim Fischer as a part-time bailiff for the county court. He later accepted a full-time position in the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Department as an undercover narcotics agent. Steffes worked closely with federal, state and local agencies in that area. In 1993, Steffes returned to Clay County and served as a patrol deputy for several years. Most recently, Steffes worked in the Warrants and Transports Division at the Sheriff’s Office.
“I maintained my commitment to each of those roles,” Steffes said. “I was involved in some of them simultaneously improving my skills and abilities to multi-task effectively and to efficiently organize my work.
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