Adams County Jail In-Custody Inmate Search

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The only people whose booking records are accessible through this website are those who are still detained at the Adams County Detention Facility. If a person's name cannot be located, it should be considered that they have either been booked under a new name or are not currently being held at the Adams County jail.

    Adams County Jail Idaho

    Address: 201 Industrial Ave, Council, ID 83612
    Phone: (208) 253-4168

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    In Custody Adams County Jail

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In Custody Adams County Idaho

You need to bring a photo ID. Any juvenile needs to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Inmates have access to a telephone to make outgoing collect calls only. Incoming calls to inmates are not allowed. No items such as books, clothing, food items, etc. are allowed to be brought to the jail for inmates. If you wish to leave money for an inmate, contact the jail staff at the front desk. Only cash and money orders are accepted. No personal checks are allowed. Any person who knowingly brings into the jail facility any deadly weapon, alcoholic beverages, narcotics or narcotic paraphernalia is guilty of a felony crime which is punishable by imprisonment in state prison.

Adams County

Idaho's Adams County is a small, rural county. The county was the fifth-least populated county in Idaho as of the 2020 census, with a population of 4,379 people. Council is both the county seat and the major city. The county, which was created in 1911, bears John Adams' name. Adams County is home to the Brundage Mountain ski area, northeast of New Meadows, and the Little Ski Hill, just west of McCall.

Founded on March 3, 1911, with Council serving as the county seat. named after John Adams, the country's second president. The Nez Perce and Shoshoni Indian Tribes congregated in the Council Valley.

Bordering counties are as follows: Northeast: Idaho County, East: Valley County, South: Gem County, Southwest: Washington County, West: Baker County, Ore., Northwest: Wallowa County, Ore.

In the county, the median income for a family was $45,590 and $36,004 respectively for households. The median salary for men was $31,050, compared to $26,413 for women. The county's per capita income was $22,730. 12.4% of the population, including 13.5% of people under the age of 18 and 13.5% of people over the age of 65, and 8.8% of families lived in poverty.

Cities of Adams

There are 11 Towns and Cities located in Adams County, Idaho, United States: Bear, Council, Cuprum, Fruitvale, Goodrich, Hornet, Indian Valley, Meadows, Mesa, New Meadows, Pine Ridge.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,370 square miles, of which 1,363 square miles is land and 6.7 square miles (0.5%) is water.