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The 49-bed Caribou County Jail can house male and female inmates in minimum, medium, and maximum security conditions. In addition to contract detainees from other counties in Idaho, the jail also houses inmates for the Idaho Department of Corrections.

    Caribou County Jail Idaho

    Address: 475 S 2nd St E, Soda Springs, ID 83276
    Phone: (208) 547-3094

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The Caribou County Jail is dedicated to ensuring public safety by holding all inmates who are entrusted in our care in a safe, compassionate, and secure environment. Our goal is to treat persons who have been arrested with the utmost respect and decency while upholding the highest professional standards. A facility setting that satisfies or surpasses all standards for inmate management, housing, healthcare, food service classification, and programs. an organization that responds to the shifting requirements of the public with promptness, professionalism, and courtesy.

Caribou County

Caribou County is a county in Idaho. There were 6,963 people living in the county as of the 2010 Census. It was established on February 11, 1919, as Caribou County. Soda Springs is both the county seat and the major city. The Caribou Mountains inspired the naming of Caribou County.

The last county to be established in Idaho was Soda Springs County, which was founded on February 11, 1919. named after Cariboo Fairchild, a participant in the 1860 Cariboo Gold Rush in British Columbia, who gave his name to the Caribou Mountains. Two years later, he made the discovery of gold in this area. The early explorers, fur trappers, and emigrants that traveled the Oregon Trail all passed through this region. Numerous effervescent natural springs in the vicinity gave the current location of Soda Springs its name, and thousands of emigrants traveled through it.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Bonneville County, Southeast: Lincoln County, Wyo.; Bear Lake County, Southwest: Franklin County, West: Bannock County, Northwest: Bingham County

Idaho's southeast region contains the county of Caribou. Numerous mountain ranges run north from the southern limit of the county and becoming smaller as they get closer to the Snake River, which flows from east to west. The northern half of the county is a part of the Magic Valley section of the Snake River Plain. The southern region of the county is home to the Silent City of Rocks National Reserve, which has exposed granitic batholith that may be 2.5 billion years old.

Cities of Caribou

There are 23 Towns and Cities located in Caribou County, Idaho, United States: Bancroft, Freedom, Grace, Soda Springs, Alexander, Bench, Central, Chesterfield, China Hill, Conda, Hatch, Henry, Kinport, Lago, Lund, Meadowville, Niter, Pebble, Rose, Talmage, Telluride, Turner, Wayan.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,799 square miles, of which 1,764 square miles is land and 34 square miles (1.9%) is water. The county's highpoint is Meade Peak at 9,963 ft above sea level.