Aberdeen Police Department

  • Agency: Aberdeen Police Department
  • Address: 17 N Main St, Aberdeen, 83210 ID
  • Chief: Ray Dalling (Chief of Police)

Aberdeen Police Department is located at 17 N Main St, Aberdeen, 83210 ID. The Chief of Police of the department is Ray Dalling. The Aberdeen Police Department phone number is 208-397-4270.

Aberdeen Police Department News

This was found on the roadway. If this is yours or if you know who it might belone to, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Department.

This was broght to us. If this is yours or if you know who it might belone to, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Department.

Hi Everyone. Well, it is that time. Yes, it is Back to school time. What does this mean. Well it means that there will be an increase in traffic, both in foot and in vehicle. So, the Aberdeen Police Department in asking for you help. We asked that you be mindful of your driving habits (i.e. slow down, look before moving, take your time). I'm sure we all want the same thing, that being a safe and happy school year. So, to the staff and students, friends and family, have a great year. From the Aberdeen Police Department remember “BE SAFE”.

The Aberdeen police department would like to extend its deepest hearts felt sorrow to council woman Wahlen and her family for their loss that occurred early Thursday morning. Our thoughts and our prayers are with the family.

The officers and administration of the Aberdeen Police Department wish to express their deepest sympathy and condolences to Officer Johnson and his family for the loss of his sweet daughter. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.


The Aberdeen police department would like to extend its deepest heartfelt sorrows to the family. Another good one called home.

Aberdeen, like Blackfoot, has experienced a rise in vehicle burglaries. Please take the time to remove valuables from your car and keep your vehicles locked up. We would appreciate any leads you may have as to who may be committing these crimes.

HI everybody, we have a puppy out at the dog pound. If you are missing a puppy, please call give a description of the animal. We'll make sure that it gets back to you if it is yours. Remember "BE SAFE".



FRIENDLY F.Y.I Winter is fast approaching and we here at the Aberdeen Police Department along with other law enforcement agencies want to remind you of how difficult winter driving can be. So here are of tips for winter driving. These tips on Winter Driving Safety are courtesy of the Idaho Transportation Department: Keep your vehicle in the best possible driving condition. The lights, tires, brakes, windshield wipers, defroster, and radiator are especially important for winter driving. Keep your windows clear. Don't start driving until the windows are defrosted and clean-even if you're going only a short distance. Keep your windshield washer reservoir filled with a non-freezing solution all winter. For safety reasons, you should not use cruise control if the road is wet and/or icy. Buckle up. All occupants are required to wear safety belts and/or shoulder straps when riding in a vehicle equipped with them. Buckling up is your best defense against injuries in a crash. Get the feel of the road by starting out slowly and testing your steering control and braking ability. Avoid spinning your tires when you start by gently pressing your gas pedal until the car starts to roll. Start slowing your car down at least three times sooner than you normally do when turning or stopping. When stopping, avoid sudden movements of the steering wheel and pump the brake gently. (Check your vehicle owner's manual; if the vehicle has anti-lock brakes, you may apply steady pressure to the brake pedal.) Use tire chains on very slippery roads. (Some states require chains to be carried during winter months; check for specific information before driving in other states.) Be aware of potential icy areas such as shady spots, bridges, and overpasses. Ice may form sooner or remain on bridges and overpasses longer, since they are exposed on their undersides and are deprived of ground warmth. Snow and ice also stay longer in shaded areas. Winters driving in Idaho can be severe. So when traveling in winter months, be prepared in case your vehicle breaks down or you get into an accident. Here are some thing you should keep in your vehicle just in case of emergency. Your kit should include: flashlights with extra batteries a first aid kit a pocket knife at least one blanket or sleeping bag an extra set of gloves, socks and a wool cap a small sack of sand or cat litter for generating traction under the wheels a small shovel bottled water, energy bars or other non-perishable food items booster cables (jumper cables) and emergency flares a brightly-colored scarf to attract attention in case of an emergency waterproof matches or cigarette lighter a map of the area where you plan to travel. Here is some additional information: If you run your car for heat, make sure your exhaust pipe is clear of snow. If available, tie a scarf or bright cloth on the car antennae for snow crews to see. Let someone know your travel plans, including estimated departure and arrival times, route, and where you will stay when you reach your destination. Be courteous and call those who may be worried when you arrive at your destination. Keep in contact. If you have a cell phone, make sure it is charged, and carry a list of emergency phone numbers. If you get stranded, stay with your vehicle if heavy snow is falling. Most deaths occur when people leave their car, get lost, and freeze. When traveling take time to prepare. You can call your state and local law enforcement or go to The Idaho Transportation Department at www.511.idaho.gov or you can call “511” for up to date information on, weather-related road conditions traffic incidents and delays emergency road closures Give your self extra time to get where your going. REMEMBER “BE SAFE”.

The Aberdeen Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday.

We just had a person drop off 2 German shorthaired pointers that were found up by Springfield. So if you or someone you know is missing them, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Dept.




We have a small black dog. Please contact us if you are missing one.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To those going though it or if you know someone who is going though it. There is help. Contact Bingham Crisis Center at 208-785-1047 or 208-681-8712. or Contact your local Crisis Center. You don't have to go though this alone. Remember "Love doesn't have to hurt".

We currently have a dog out at the pound. Please let us know if you are missing one. It has been there for a few days now.

Aberdeen Police Department "Hiring" Starting Salary: $15.50/ hr Open position for full-time police officer with the City of Aberdeen. Must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver's license, be able to complete a comprehensive background investigation, polygraph, urinalysis, and field training officer program. Benefits include but are not limited to PERSI retirement, medical insurance, $500.00 annual uniform allowance, a take home vehicle, and 40 hours of vacation upon completion of first year of employment. The City of Aberdeen is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Helpful: *Preference is for P.O.S.T. certification or having completed the Basic Academy. *Spanish speaking is a plus. Contact: Applications can be picked up at City Hall located at 33 N. Main Aberdeen, ID 83210 or at the Aberdeen Police Department located at 17 N. Main Aberdeen, ID 83210. Inquiries can be made to the Chief of Police via email at ccarroll@co.bingham.id.us.

Here is another pair of dogs, The one on the right has been found, which need to be reunited with their family. Please let us know if you have any information or call one of the numbers on the flyer.

Can anyone help this gentelman out?