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    Latah County Jail Idaho

    Address: 522 S Adams St, Moscow, ID 83843
    Phone: (208) 882-2216

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The Latah County Jail is a 1972 construction that houses adult male and female detainees. The facility is intended to house adult defendants awaiting trial, as well as individuals who have been sentenced to local jail time or are awaiting transit to the Idaho Department of Corrections. We also support more types of due process. For the Idaho State Police, Moscow Police Department, US Marshals Service, Bureau of Prisons, Idaho Department of Corrections, other various counties, and our own organization, we keep adult prisoners. Maximum holding capacity for the jail is 42 people.

One Lieutenant, one Sergeant, two Corporals, and eight Deputies who work two shifts each are on duty in the jail. Twenty-four hours a day, the jail accepts new bookings and releases convicts. The jail staff delivers and receives people from court, gives out medication, feeds detainees, and transports inmates to various agencies. Additionally, they give offenders who are housed access to the library, recreation area, lawyers, clergy, and other programs. The entire day is spent doing security inspections and determining which prisoners need to be released for employment, school, or medical treatment.

Latah County Idaho

In the state of Idaho's north central region is a county called Latah County. The 2010 census found 37,244 people living there. In 1888, the county was established. Moscow is both the county seat and the largest city. Latah is named for the creek that runs across its northwest corner. The tribe found here stones suited for crushing camas roots and shade under the white pine trees in which to work, hence the name Nez Perce, which means "the site of pine trees and pestle."

Latah Creek, which in turn takes its name from a Nez Perce phrase meaning "the place of pine trees and pestle," is whence Latah County gets its name. Lah-Toh County was the name of an older county.

Founded on May 14th, 1888, with Moscow serving as the county seat. Coeur d'Alene was chosen as the county seat when Lah-Toh County was first established in this region in 1864. The name Lah-Toh was lost when the region was included in Nez Perce County in 1867. The county as it is today was established by the U.S. Congress in 1888, making it the only Idaho county established by Congress and the 16th overall. named after the creek that drains the northwest corner, Latah Creek The name Nez Perce, which translates as "the site of pine trees and pestle," was given by the Native Americans who discovered that the area had stones ideal for grinding camas roots as well as shade from the nearby pine trees.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Benewah County, Northeast: Shoshone County, East: Clearwater County, South: Nez Perce County, West: Whitman County, Wash.

Cities of Latah

There are 9 Towns and Cities located in Latah County, Idaho, United States: Moscow, Bovill, Deary, Genesee, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Onaway, Potlatch, Troy.

Reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,077 square miles, of which 1,076 square miles is land and 0.9 square miles (0.09%) is water. Northwest Idaho is home to the county of Latah. The Palouse, a broad and rolling region of the middle Columbia basin, includes the county.