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Jerome County Sheriff's Office is located at 2151 S Tiger Dr, Jerome, 83338 ID. The Jerome County Sheriff's Office phone number is +1 208-595-3300.
Be sure to come join us this Friday at the Comfort Inn in Jerome!
Good Afternoon, Earlier today Jerome County Deputies were dispatched northwest of Jerome for two horses that were out enjoying a fall day walk. After their walk they decided that they should return home but couldn't remember what their address was. We have moved them to safety but need help locating the proper owners. If these horses look familiar, please contact dispatch at 208-324-1911 to speak with a Deputy to assist in identifying them and to help get them back home.
The Jerome County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Idaho Department of Transportation, Driver’s License Division will be closed August 9th & 10th. Idaho Department of Transportation will be installing the new GEM system and our office will be training on this new system. This is a MANDATORY CLOSURE that is STATEWIDE. No driver’s licenses, Commercial Driver’s licenses, identification cards, instruction permits, driver training permits, concealed weapons permits or sex offender registration will take place on those days. We will reopen on August 13th, but prepare for delays. If you can renew your license, test or apply for a new license at a later date, please do so. As testing will be ran to insure that the system is operational, it cannot be fully determined until we go live on Monday, August 13th. You are welcome to call ahead to check for delays, but if we are assisting customers our phones will not be answered. Our number is (208) 595-3306. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
You've been asking for it, so here it is! Jerome County Sheriff's Office Lip Sync Challenge video. We hope you enjoy! Special thanks to Interval Studios for filming and editing the video. ****We have no rights to the music used in this video**** Song Credit- Journey -Don't Stop Believing.
The Jerome County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone of the importance of wearing a life jacket while boating. In 2015, the US Coast Guard reports that 76% of fatal boating accidents were caused by drowning, and 85% of those victims were not wearing a life jacket. When a person falls into cold water the shock of the cold water causes you to gasp for air. It literally takes your breath away and the ability to hold your breath is almost impossible. Without a life jacket to keep them afloat, a person that accidentally falls into cold water may drown within minutes. For more information on the dangers of cold water, please visit: http://www.coldwaterbootcamp.com/pages/home.html ;
The Jerome County Sheriff's Office wants to thank K-9 Boo for his years of service to the citizens of Jerome County. Friday marked Boos final day on the job as he has reached his retirement day! Boo has found hundreds of pounds of illegal narcotics including 17 pounds of heroin on one stop alone! Thank you Boo and Sergeant Chris Mcroberts for all you have done. Enjoy retirement Boo, you have earned it!
As of May 1, 2018 the Driver's License, Civil, and Records Offices will start opening at 7:30 AM and closing at 4:30 PM. All offices will be open during lunch hours.
Please be safe this evening if you are out celebrating tonight. If you choose to drink, PLEASE do not drive. Stay safe and happy New Year!
The Idaho State Transportation Department has notified our office that Driver's License will be unavailable until further notice. The State of Idaho is currently working on a solution to this problem. This is STATE WIDE. Please call 208-595-3305 prior to attempting to get a driver's license. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Make a difference in your community and Join the Jerome County Sheriff's Office! We are currently accepting applications for Detention Deputies. Applications can be picked up at 2151 South Tiger Drive.
I want to thank everyone who attended the ICE contract protest and open meeting this week. No one that I saw on either side of the issue was rude or spoke out of place. It is a right of our citizens to express their opinions even when we disagree. We have many good people living in Southern Idaho and I hope the future sees it stay that way. Thank you for all the information and your demeanor. Sheriff McFall
The Jerome County Sheriff's Office would like to say congratulations to Cassidy Ridgway on her high school graduation! Our office was fortunate to have Cassidy partner with us for the school to work program this year. This young lady is going to do great things!
The Jerome County Sheriff's Office is looking for the public's help identifying this person. If you were near the Jerome Transfer Station on Sunday April 2, 2017 between Noon and 1 PM and saw anything suspicious or if you know who this person is, please contact Detective Maltos at 208-595-3311 or call 208-324-1911.
NEWS RELEASE February 17, 2017 Contact: Clint Blackwood Jerome County Emergency Manager (208) 595-3350 Jerome – Jerome County Emergency Management is collecting information on the economic and structural impact to the community caused by ongoing flooding. Jerome County Commissioners approved a local disaster declaration on Feb. 10th and the county was added to a State Disaster Declaration signed by Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter late last week. The preliminary damage assessment process helps to identify the overall impact to the whole community. It does not guarantee any types of assistance, but is being used to review opportunities for assistance. The damage sustained must have taken place on or after February 10th 2017. Forms can be found at: https://ioem.idaho.gov/Pages/Operations/DisasterAssistance/PDF/IA%20Field%20Form.pdf (fill in pertinent fields for your particular damages) Email your completed forms (with photo attachments) to: firstname.lastname@example.org Completed Forms (with photos) can be mailed to: Jerome County Emergency Management 2151 South Tiger Drive Jerome, Idaho 83338
Some of the flooding Southwest and North of Jerome this week. Thanks goes out to all of the volunteers and neighbors who have helped out total strangers.
Looking for two volunteers to staff the sand bag station at Fairgrounds Friday afternoon. Call 208-308-3648.
Jerome County residents can pick up sand bags at the Jerome Fairgrounds. Must bring proof of residence. City resedents must contact Jerome City Public Works. For information call 208-308-5034.
The Jerome County Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help in finding Orlando Ramirez. Orlando has been missing since August 2016. We have been actively searching for Orlando and would like to speak with anyone who has information on possible whereabouts. Orlando's family and the Jerome County Sheriff's Office are concerned for his safety. If you have any information please contact Sgt. Kingsland at 208-595-3310 or call 208-324-1911 and ask to speak with a Deputy. Thank you for your help!
We continue to have many roads drifted shut. Crews are working to clear them. Use good judgement and do not drive into large snow drifts. Continued winter driving conditions.
We are so lucky to have a great bunch of dedicated employees. Merry Christmas everyone.
Merry Christmas to everyone from all of us at the Jerome County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center. We are all so thankful to work and serve the great people of the Magic Valley. God bless and happy new year!
17 Years ago the Magic Valley lost Twin Falls Police Sergeant Jim Mildon. Always will be missed by the law enforcement community.
A phone has been turned in to the sheriffs office. If you can identify the persons in the screen shot please have them call the Jerome County Sheriff's Office at 208-595-3300 and talk to Shala or Hope.