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    Bingham County Jail Idaho

    Address: 501 N Maple St # 408, Blackfoot, ID 83221
    Phone: (208) 785-1238

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In Custody Bingham County Idaho

All adult people arrested within Bingham County or those arrested by other agencies on local charges are booked and housed in safe conditions that are in compliance with State and Federal laws and regulations, American medical Association and American Jail Association regulations and guidelines. The Jail Division of the Bingham County Sheriff's Office is currently staffed with 29 certified deputies. Juveniles are not legally admitted to or kept in the Bingham County Jail unless they are specifically charged as adults. Officially, the Bingham County Jail can house 102 inmates.

Bingham County

The county of Bingham was founded on January 13, 1885. It was given that name in honor of William Bunn, the territorial governor of Idaho, and friend of Pennsylvanian congressman Henry H. Bingham. The county was created from Oneida County and later divided into Bannock, Fremont, Bonneville, Power, and Butte counties in 1893, 1893, 1911, and 1917, respectively.

Henry Harrison Bingham, a Pennsylvanian representative and a close friend of the governor of the Idaho Territory, William M. Bunn, is honored by having his county bear his name.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Jefferson County, Northeast: Bonneville County, Southeast: Caribou County, South: Bannock County, Southwest: Power County, West: Blaine County, Northwest: Butte County

Cities of Bingham

There are 11 Towns and Cities located in Bingham County, Idaho, United States: Aberdeen, Atomic City, Basalt, Blackfoot, Firth, Fort Hall, Groveland, Moreland, Riverside, Rockford, Shelley.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,120 square miles, of which 2,094 square miles is land and 26 square miles (1.2%) is water. The Snake River flows southwest through the middle of Bingham County; at the county's southwest corner the river flows into the American Falls Reservoir. At the SE county corner is the Blackfoot Reservoir and Dam, impounding waters of the Blackfoot River. Outflow from the Blackfoot Dam flows northwesterly through the lower part of Bingham County, discharging into the Snake River.