The Canyon County Sheriff’s Office is a full service law enforcement agency responsible for covering approximately 602 square miles. We provide all aspects of law enforcement: jail, civil processing, disaster services, driver's licensing, concealed weapons permits, and emergency dispatching.
The Canyon County Sheriff's Office strives for perfection and takes great pride in our motto, "Expect the Best." It is our goal to provide the highest quality law enforcement, ensuring the safety of our communities through commitment, integrity and trust. The Canyon County Sheriff's Office uses available community resources wisely to accomplish this goal.
The Sheriff's Office is interested in the concerns of the communities and citizens we serve. And as such, in an attempt to better understand and address current issues in our jurisdiction, we have asked for your assistance in providing us with information that will allow us to better serve you. Please provide the information in the form of an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The Corridor" is a four-part investigation by KTVB Channel 7 into the illicit drug trade in the Treasure Valley.
John Sprague becomes the first student from the program to secure a job in the law enforcement field.
The Canyon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating two men wanted in connection with two separate domestic violence shootings over the past 18 months.
Lt. Ben Keyes of the Canyon County Sheriff's Office has been named the Idaho Marine Officer of the Year by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.
The PBR DeWALT Guaranteed Tough Invitational presented by Express Employment Professionals joins the fight against domestic violence through partnership with the Man Up Crusade.
Link to Sheriff Kieran Donahue's letter to the Board of County Commissioners regarding the proposed jail expansion project.