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This Detention Center also supports a GED Program, NA/AA Programs, and a Chaplain's Corps. The Detention Center's Custody Division is made up of a Classification Unit, a Transportation Section, and a Jail Training Program.

    Bonner County Jail Idaho

    Address: 4001 N. Boyer Road, Sandpoint, ID 83864
    Phone: (208) 263-8417

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The Bonner County Sheriff's Detention Center, which first opened its doors in 1998, offers enough for 124 inmates. Two pods with four lock-down cells each, four dormitory-style cells, three high security cells, one medical observation cell, two female dormitories, a work release dormitory, and four holding cells make up the facility. The facility's daily average population is about 85 prisoners.

The care and custody of those who are imprisoned falls under the purview of the detention facility. This includes, but is not limited to, providing meals, making sure inmates are placed in the proper housing, distributing medication, transporting inmates, delivering incoming and outgoing mail, and conducting sporadic searches of the prison and housing areas.

Detention deputies are given a variety of responsibilities, including managing the Sheriff's Labor Program, the Inmate Labor Program, and the Work Release Program.

Bonner County Idaho

We are surrounded by beautiful lakes, mountains, woods, and dynamic communities in the northern panhandle of Idaho. The county's administrative center is at Sandpoint, although we provide services to citizens as far away as Priest River, Oldtown, and Clark Fork near our western border. Bonner County is a great area to live, work, conduct business, and visit because of its superb people resources, unique location, stunning terrain, and diverse economy.

Incorporated in February 21, 1907, Bonner County. Edwin L. Bonner, a ferry operator and travel businessman, was honored with the name. The counties of Lah-Toh and Kootenai were established by the Idaho Legislature in 1864. Initially, Kootenai County included all of the present-day counties of Bonner and Boundary as well as a section of Kootenai County. Additionally, it crossed a portion of the current Shoshone County border. The county seat was established at Sin-na-ac-qua-teen, a trading station located in modern-day Bonner County close to Laclede on the Pend Oreille River's southern bank.

Because there were few settlers inside the county line, the Kootenai government was unable to organize. The two counties were combined into one with the Kootenai name by the legislature in 1867 after the act that established them was repealed. When Kootenai County was established in 1881, Rathdrum was designated as the county seat. Due to their ignorance of the region's geography, the legislators who established Kootenai County in December 1864 did not completely include the non-county territory inside the Kootenai or Lah-Toh county boundaries. When Bonner County was established in 1907, the non-county region was entirely incorporated.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Boundary County, Northeast: Lincoln County, Mont., Southeast: Sanders, County, Mont.; Shoshone County, South: Kootenai County, Southwest: Spokane County, Wash., Northwest: Pend Oreille County, Wash.

Cities of Bonner

There are 21 Towns and Cities located in Bonner County, Idaho, United States: Sandpoint, Clark Fork, Dover, East Hope, Hope, Kootenai, Oldtown, Ponderay, Priest River, Blanchard, Coolin, Laclede, Careywood, Cocolalla, Colburn, Lamb Creek, Nordman, Outlet Bay, Sagle, Vans Corner, Westmond.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,919 square miles, of which 1,735 square miles is land and 185 square miles (9.6%) is water. Bonner county is located in north Idaho. Parts of Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Kaniksu National Forest, and Kootenai National Forest are located in this county.