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The Canyon County Jail is located in Caldwell, Idaho. The Caldwell Sheriff's Office is in charge of running and overseeing this medium-security facility. The prison can house 200 inmates, mostly those who are awaiting trial or serving short terms.

    Canyon County Jail Idaho

    Address: 219 N 12th Ave, Caldwell, ID 83605
    Phone: (208) 454-7541

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Captain Daren Ward is in charge of the Security Services Division of the Canyon County Sheriff's Office. Lt. Eric Miller is in charge of the Sheriff's Office's largest division, Inmate Control. Work Release, Sheriff's Inmate Labor Detail (SILD), Intensive Community Supervision, and Pre-Trial Release Programs are all handled by Detention Alternatives. In terms of population, Canyon County is the second-largest county in Idaho. Caldwell serves as the county seat, but Nampa is the biggest city. The Boise Metropolitan Statistical Area includes Canyon County.

This jail is categorized as a facility for short-term housing. It houses pre-trial offenders awaiting the outcome of their cases, post-conviction inmates awaiting sentencing or transfer to other facilities, as well as certain post-conviction and post-sentencing inmates who are completing their sentences there.

Facilities for temporary holding encounter particular difficulties. They must be able to screen and handle newcomers who have been charged with a wide range of offenses and pose different security threats. While the jail still makes sure that it is equipped to house criminals who might pose a threat to those outside the jail complex, inmate security implies that these inmates all need to be protected from one another.

Canyon County Idaho

Fort Boise was built by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1834 close to what is now Parma, but it was abandoned in 1855. The Oregon Trail passed through Canyon County as emigrants headed west.

When gold was found in the Boise Basin in 1862, the area saw a resurgence of habitation. Between 1863 and the establishment of Ada County in 1864, Boise County had complete control over the lower Boise River. Before the Oregon Short Line Railroad was finished, just a small portion of the lower Boise River west of Boise City had been settled. Beginning in 1863, Middleton served as Canyon County's initial settlement. 76 people from the Boise Valley, excluding Boise City, were counted in the 1870 Ada County Census, and 44 people were counted in Middleton in the 1880 Ada County Census. As of August 1883, Caldwell had become a town as a result of the railroad's arrival.

In a law passed on March 7, 1891, the Idaho Legislature separated Ada County from Canyon County, taking effect on November 26, 1892. The county seat was established as Caldwell. Initially, the county included all of Canyon, Payette, and part of Gem counties; Gem County was created in 1915, and Payette County in 1917.

Cities of Canyon

There are 9 Towns and Cities located in Canyon County, Idaho, United States: Caldwel, Greenleaf, Huston, Melba, Middleton, Nampa, Notus, Parma, Wilder.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 604 square miles, of which 587 sq mi is land and 16 sq mi (2.7%) is water.