Photo of Sheriff Donahue and staff with 2017 Crime Victim Services Award from the National Sheriff's Association

L to R: Lt. Mike Armstrong, Victim Witness Coordinator Aleshea Boals, Sheriff Kieran Donahue and his wife, Jeanie, Capt. Bill Adams after receiving the 2017 Crime Victim Services Award from the National Sheriff’s Association

The Canyon County Sheriff’s Office has been awarded the 2017 Crime Victim Services Award by the National Sheriff’s Association (NSA). This prestigious award is handed out each year to only one Sheriff’s Office in the nation and is given in recognition of outstanding achievement in support of crime victims. The award was presented to Sheriff Donahue and his staff during the NSA’s Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada on June 26, 2017. For additional information on the award and why the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office was chosen as the recipient, please see the press release below from the award sponsor, Appriss Safety.  Brent Hunsaker and KBOI Channel 2 will also feature the Sheriff’s Office and the 2017 Crime Victim Services Award as part of their “Above and Beyond” series on Wednesday, July 5 during their 10pm newscast.  We’ll post video of their story here after it airs.

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You can also read the nomination letter submitted to the National Sheriff’s Association on behalf of the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office by clicking herepdf