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Ada County Jail Idaho
7210 Barrister Dr, Boise, ID 83704 Phone: (208) 577-3000
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The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is the largest local law enforcement agency in Idaho, with over 800 employees. That includes over 325 commissioned deputies and over 400 professional staffers.
The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is committed to giving every citizen the best possible service. Our main goal is to ensure Ada County is a safe place to live, work, and play.
Ada County Idaho
When the Ada County-Boise City Public Safety Building was inaugurated in 1977, the Ada County Jail was also constructed. The jail's capacity at first included 32 prisoners on work release in addition to a maximum capacity of 160 inmates. Since then, the jail has undergone numerous expansions. The current capacity is 1224 prisoners.
At the Ada County Jail, each offender is assigned a classification based on a particular system, which is essentially a risk evaluation. Security for both jail employees and other detainees is considerably strengthened by classifying all prisoners. A team of police investigates an inmate's past and criminal record in order to classify them. They also take into account the inmate's prior and current custodial behavior. Choosing adequate home also takes into account any physical or mental impairments.
A security risk level, or classification, ranging from minimal to maximal, is given to each prisoner. The greatest number of advantages and privileges are available to minimum security prisoners. Inmates with medium security levels may also enjoy certain advantages, such as access to programs and lodging in dormitories. Maximum risk inmates are prohibited from participating in most activities and privileges. The Ada County Jail employs a variety of inmate supervision techniques. Close Custody Unit is one (CCU). CCU has room for 130 prisoners in total. The more aggressive offenders or those who cannot be placed with the general population are kept in this type of cell layout. Other prisoners are subject to what is known as Direct Supervision. Their homes are organized as "pods." There are dorms within each pod. There are 92 convicts in each male dorm. 56 people live in each female dorm. There are no solitary cells in dorms. Inmates share a communal area and each has their own bed. Typically, one deputy can keep a whole dorm under control.
In Ada County, there are two major ways to get out of jail after an arrest: pay the surety bond associated with each criminal charge, or get a release order from a judge in the 4th Judicial District.
Cities of Ada
There are 8 Towns and Cities located in Ada County, Idaho, United States: Avimor,
Boise City, Eagle, Garden City, Hidden Springs, Kuna, Meridian, Star
Idaho's Ada County is situated in the country's southwest. The county, which houses 26.8% of the state's population, had a population of 511,931 as of the 2021 United States census estimate, making it by far the most populous county in the state.