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Boise City Idaho Police Station Address: 333 N Mark Stall Pl, Boise, ID 83704, United States


2 days ago
Please avoid the area if possible due to a gas leak… https://t.co/FbJ1KV8kiX

2 days ago
We are starting a new effort to help officers who are investigating a crime identify people caught on surveillance video. Take a look and send us a tip if you recognize anyone. #BPDIdMe https://t.co/8RFDPzME0i https://t.co/uxmm5RkdKZ

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4 days ago
BPD has formed a Chief’s Community Advisory Panel. The Panel serves as a resource for the Chief in the formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts, improvement of public services, and building public trust.
Learn more here https://t.co/F7DdJj0sF9

5 days ago
@BearDownGirl @MeridianPD Thank you for letting us know about this. We just checked with Meridian and they also found out about the shirt and were able to get it back. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention.

1 week ago
Fun times at #broncoday! Our Crime Prevention team helped fans register their bikes with #bikeindex. If you missed us, you can register anytime online https://t.co/SgIM0Jjs85 https://t.co/qx2ErztkXr

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1 week ago
Boise Police are conducting an investigation on the 200 block of E. Front Street. More information will be released as it becomes available.

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We are starting a new effort to help officers who are investigating a crime identify people caught on surveillance video. Take a look and send us a tip if you recognize anyone. #BPDIdMe https://bit.ly/2F0Jok0

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Boise Police Department shared Boise Police K9’s post.3 days ago

Our 4-legged partners and their handlers working hard at training today…

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In furtherance of our commitment to a community policing model the Boise Police Department has formed the Chief’s Community Advisory Panel. The Chief’s Community Advisory Panel serves as a resource for the Chief in the formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts, improvement of public services, and building public trust.

BPD received almost one hundred nominations from people willing to offer their time to help the Boise Police Department better serve the citizens of Boise. “I truly appreciate your nominations and am grateful to serve a community where so many people are working to take part and make a difference,” said Boise Police Chief William Bones. There were a number of amazing candidates and narrowing the Panel to 12 people was a difficult task. In the end we were able to gather a diverse cross-section of people representing a broad spectrum of viewpoints who all have a dedicated commitment to the City of Boise.

“Our police department is a reflection of the community we serve and it’s imperative that we include our community when setting a direction and priorities for the department,” said Boise Police Chief William Bones. “This panel has already proven its value by offering ideas and partnerships that will help us maintain a high quality of public safety and law enforcement services for years ahead.”

Panel participants include:

Dr. Willie Baber

Dr. Don Coberly

Shannon Decker

Erin Erkins

Tracy Hitchcock

Carolyn Holly

Drew Lorona

Steve Martin

Ericka Rupp

Andy Scoggin

Juan Saldana

Phillip Thompson

During the panel selection process, we recognized three areas which would require additional focus. Members of three additional subpanels will be called upon to provide feedback and guidance on examining diversity in Boise, assisting those with mental illness and those experiencing homelessness.

To allow greater participation by all interested parties we will invite new Panel members every two years. https://police.cityofboise.org/home/news-releases/2018/04/chief%E2%80%99s-community-advisory-panel/

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Boise Police Department1 week ago

Reminder if you are headed downtown this weekend!

There is a new pick-up and drop-off zone on the south side of Main Street, between 5th and 6th Street. We encourage you to use this zone between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. so we can avoid cars stopping in the roadway to pick-up and drop-off passengers. Not only does that cause congestion but it’s dangerous.

*So remember, meet your driver or have them drop you off on the south side of Main Street, between 5th and 6th Street. Otherwise please use parking lots or parking spots to load and unload.
*The zone is well marked with signs, please pay attention when parking. Vehicles parked in the pick-up and drop-off zone could be towed.
*Thank you for finding safe rides home Boise! We appreciate that when you plan to drink, you also plan to choose a designated driver, taxicab or driving service to get home.

The City of Boise is testing out this program through the month of April. bit.ly/2DZgtfR

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Boise Police Department1 week ago

It was quite the morning for 5-year-old Max, who got a special visit from Boise Police Chief Bones. Max’s school, Lake Hazel Elementary, wanted to recognize the youngster for doing some fantastic work and winning the school fundraiser. Chief Bones gave Max a cool ride to school, and then his teachers and classmates welcomed him with applause. Way to go Max!

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Boise Police Department1 week ago

As the weather warms up remember vehicle burglaries are crimes of opportunity

*Don’t leave windows down or the sunroof open while parked
*Don’t leave keys in the vehicle
*Don’t leave valuables or the garage door opener in plain view, even if the vehicle is locked

*If you are the victim of a vehicle burglary, please call Ada County Dispatch at 208-377-6790. For emergencies call 911

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