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    Minidoka County Jail Idaho

    Address: 724 H St, Rupert, ID 83350
    Phone: (208) 434-2320

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In Custody Minidoka County Idaho

Minidoka County Jail will offer the maximum level of protection for the general public and the safety of both the inmates and personnel of the correctional system in the most cost-effective way possible by adhering to American Correctional Association and the Idaho Jail Standards. The Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center's management and professionally trained employees are dedicated to upholding the fundamental human rights and dignity of the prison population as outlined by the US Constitution.

Minidoka County

Idaho's Minidoka County is a county in that state. There were 20,069 people there as per the 2010 Census. The county of Minidoka was established on January 28, 1913. Rupert is both the county seat and the major city. The Lakota word for "a fountain or spring of water" or the Shoshoni word for "wide expanse" are used to name the county.

Founded on January 28th, 1913, with Rupert serving as the county seat. named after a railroad siding that served as the first community, Minidoka. The name is of Indian origin, but the precise meaning is unclear. Although some people think Minidoka means "well, spring," no such water source, such as a well or spring, existed until 1946. The largest section of the Snake River Plain is located here, according to some, which is why the word Shoshoni, which means "wide expanse," was chosen.

Bordering counties are as follows: South: Cassia County, Southwest: Jerome County, Northwest: Lincoln County; Blaine County

Cities of Minidoka

There are 11 Towns and Cities located in Minidoka County, Idaho, United States: Bear, ID 83612 208 Council, Cuprum, Fruitvale, Goodrich, Hornet, Indian Valley, Meadows, Mesa, New Meadows, Pine Ridge.

Reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 763 square miles, of which 758 square miles is land and 5.3 square miles (0.7%) is water. Idaho's capital city, Boise, is not far from Minidoka County. The county is a portion of the Snake River Plain's Magic Valley region. The southern region of the county is made up of irrigated agriculture, whereas the northern region is made up of lava beds. Typically, the elevation is between 4,200 feet and 4,500 feet. The southern limit of the county is defined by the Snake River.