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.
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*NOTICE: The highest bidder must bring certified funds to the Sheriff’s Office within 2 hours after the sale concludes (Pre-approval letters will not be accepted). Idaho Code 11-305. REFUSAL TO PAY PURCHASE-MONEY – RESALE. If a purchaser refuses to pay the amount bid by him for property struck off to him at a sale under execution, the officer may again sell the property at any time to the highest bidder, and if any loss be occasioned thereby, the officer may recover the amount of such loss, with costs, from the bidder so refusing, in any court of competent jurisdiction.
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 below:
Photographs taken during the media tour of Canyon County's new 122-bed female inmate housing facility, formally known as Pod 6. The Sheriff's Office expects to start housing female inmates in the facility by March 2020.
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue is the 2019 recipient of the prestigious Mills-Adler Award from the Idaho Association of Counties (IAC).
Sheriff Donahue joined KTVB to discuss his role in the Emmy-nominated documentary No Greater Law, which explores the issue of faith healing in Idaho.
KTVB and CBS 2 News talked to Corporal Shawn Weigelt and Deputy Kevin Curl about rescuing a Boise man from a canal after he crashed his truck on June 4. Videos are below. You can read the full stories at ktvb.com and idahonews.com. [video width="1280" height="720"...
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1115 Albany St Rm.137
Caldwell, ID 83605
Weekdays 8am – 5pm
ATTORNEYS: If you have a client in custody within our facility and would like your calls to or from your client to be without charge and protected from recording and or monitoring please contact classifications at 208-455-5977.