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    Shoshone County Jail Idaho

    Address: 717 High Bank St, Wallace, ID 83873
    Phone: (208) 753-3131

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In Custody Shoshone County Idaho

Preliminary convicts are housed in the office's 171 beds. Shoshone County Jail offers reintegration programming to male convicts despite its jail capacity. Shoshone County Jail in Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho, has a medium level of security. 350 people are booked into the Shoshone County Jail on average each month. 54 employees are in charge of running the facility. The Shoshone County Jail employs more than 85 offenders in its in-office work lines on a yearly basis to provide assistance with its laundry, culinary, and other operations.

Shoshone County

Idaho is home to the county of Shoshone. 12,765 people were living there as of the 2010 Census. In 1864, the county was established. Wallace serves as the county seat, and Kellogg is the major city. The Shoshone tribe of Native Americans inspired the name "Shoshone."

Due to its century-long mining heritage, Shoshone County is also known as the Silver Valley. The enormous quantities of silver, lead, and zinc that have been extracted from the Silver Valley have earned it national recognition. The Shoshone tribe of Native Americans inspired the name of Shoshone County.

Founded on February 4th, 1864, with Pierce serving as the county seat. The county seat was relocated to Murray in 1885, Osborn in 1890, and Wallace in 1893. The Washington Territorial Legislature established and recognized the Shoshoni Indians as the first organized body of government inside the borders of Idaho in 1858 as a portion of Washington, with effect from 1861.

Bordering counties are as follows: Northeast: Sanders County, Mont., Southeast: Mineral County, Mont., South: Clearwater County, Southwest: Latah County, West: Benewah County, Northwest: Kootenai County; Bonner County.

Cities of Shoshone

There are 7 Towns and Cities located in Shoshone County, Idaho, United States: Kellogg, Mullan, Osburn, Pinehurst, Smelterville, Wallace, Wardner.

reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,635 square miles, of which 2,630 square miles is land and 5.5 square miles (0.2%) is water. The county of Shoshone is in northern Idaho. This county contains parts of the Coeur d'Alene National Forest, the St. Joe National Forest, and the Clearwater National Forest.