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

2 days ago
Members of the BPD Honor Guard were proud to join countless other law enforcement agencies to honor the life and sacrifice of @PierceSheriff Deputy Daniel McCartney. Gone but not forgotten. https://t.co/zknpBGFP19

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1 week ago
You still have a few days to sign up for the BPD Citizen Police Academy. It’s a great way to get to know officers and learn the ins and outs of BPD! Sign up by Jan. 16
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2 weeks ago
@COWeatherguy If you haven’t already, please call dispatch and they can make sure someone follows up with you. 208-377-6790.

2 weeks ago
It’s back to school this morning for many kids in our area. Take it slow and keep an eye out in school zones. 🚌 https://t.co/FAcD5Wm6Kx

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2 weeks ago
Officer-involved shooting near 27th and Fairview. One suspect deceased at the scene. Incident escalated during a traffic stop. CITF has been activated to investigate.

2 weeks ago
Don’t let your gym fail be not locking up your valuables! Always bring a lock and keep valuables out of sight if you leave them in your car https://t.co/csgX5YmdQX

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Boise Police Department added 5 new photos.2 days ago

Members of the BPD Honor Guard were proud to join countless other law enforcement agencies to honor the life and sacrifice of Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Daniel McCartney. Gone but not forgotten.

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A very warm congratulations to Boise Police volunteers Donnarae and Marilyn for being recognized as Idaho’s Brightest Stars on Wednesday evening!
Donnarae started volunteering for BPD in 2015. Starting on the Greenbelt Safety Team along with her husband, Dave, Donnarae quickly wanted to do more and started working in the Abandoned Vehicle unit, spending countless hours driving around Boise and tagging cars. Donnarae recently started working in BPDs records unit and volunteers one day a week assisting the team there.
Marilyn has volunteered in the Crime Prevention Unit nearly every Tuesday since 2014. Marilyn is enthusiastic, positive and brings energy and pride to her work. There is no task too big for Marilyn, and no task she does without a smile. Marilyn put in well over 200 hours of volunteer time in 2017.
BPD’s volunteer program seeks to enhance the mission, goals, and efforts of BPD, as well as to promote community involvement, awareness and support. In FY17, 107 volunteers worked 10,011 hours. Some volunteers have regular assignments on the Greenbelt Safety Team, shuttling BPD’s fleet for maintenance, or serving as City Hall’s Public Meeting Ambassadors. Others work in administrative support roles, assist with special events or even serve as department chaplain. BPD’s volunteer team is an opportunity for citizens to make Boise a more livable city and add immeasurable value to the department.
Thanks to all!

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Boise Police Department shared Boise Police K9’s post.4 days ago

Great job, Rosco!

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Sign up now for BPD Citizen Police Academy!

The Boise Police Department is happy to announce the next session of the Boise Police Citizen Police Academy. Participants will have the unique opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the Boise PD. The goal of the Citizen Police Academy is to enhance communication between police officers and the public they serve by giving citizens unique and valuable insight into the training, challenges and rewards of working in the Boise Police Department. Participation in the CPA is also a great opportunity for citizens to meet and get to know the officers that keep our community safe.

What: BPD Citizen Police Academy
When: Every Wednesday from March 7 – May 23
Plus two Saturday classes
The Curriculum: 11 Wednesday night classes, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
One ride-along with a Boise Police officer
Two Saturday sessions (EVOC & Range Day)
One optional Thursday session (Jail Tour)

Classes Cover: Patrol overview, Community Oriented Policing, Recruitment and Training, Crime Prevention/Identity Theft, DUI & Traffic Enforcement, Drug Recognition Expert, Internal Affairs, Internet Safety, Law Enforcement Stress, Critical Incident Overview, Dispatch and 911 Calls, Building Searches, K-9 Demonstrations, Narcotics and Gangs, Crime Scene Investigation & Boise Police Crime Lab, Criminal Investigations, Domestic Violence, Victim Witness Program, School Resource Officers

To Sign Up: You can fill out an application here:
or call Mitzi Cheldelin at 208-570-6400. The deadline to apply is January 16th at 5:00 p.m.

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It was so nice to have our neighbors from Teleperformace stop by and drop off some sandwiches, treats, and cards for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Franz Bakery also stopped by with some tasty treats as well. Finally these elementary students dropped in with cookies and handmade cards. Thanks for the awesome support to all! We really do live in the greatest city in the country!