Is this little guys yours? Found in the northeast side of town. Please private message us or call Sircomm at 208324-1991.
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Shoshone Police Department is located at 207 South Rail Street West, Shoshone, 83352 ID. The Chief of Police of the department is Bob N. Quiroga. The Shoshone Police Department phone number is 208-886-2030.
Is this little guys yours? Found in the northeast side of town. Please private message us or call Sircomm at 208324-1991.
And like that, Chief Smith and Officer Mix wrangle up the Turkey. It was safely transported to our petting zoo. If you’d like your turkey back, please contact SIRCOMM at 208-324-1911. You must say “gobble gobble” when they answer the phone... or you can message us directly on our Facebook page. In which case you’ll have to do an embarrassing dance to get your bird back. ✌️
Once again another animal has escaped from the Shoshone petting zoo... but in all seriousness, if you’re missing a Turkey and live near the 500 block of N. Fir St.... please come get it. It’s terrorizing the neighborhood. 😑😑😑
The City of Shoshone Police Department would like to welcome it’s newest full time Officer, Alex Mix. Officer Mix is a Marine Corps Vet, and comes with a wealth of knowledge. We are very excited to have him at our department. If you see Officer Mix out and about, please give him a warm welcome.
After a rigorous 10 weeks of intense training, the City of Shoshone Police Department would like to extend our congratulations to Officer Alex Rodriguez, and all of the post class #193 who graduated the Idaho POST academy today. We are so proud of you! If you see Officer Rodriguez please give her a big congratulations. We would also like to extend our congratulations to Deputy Caleb Rees with the Lincoln County Sheriffs Office who also graduated today. Chief Smith and Under Sheriff Phillips presented both graduates with their certificates.
The City of Shoshone Police department would like to thank everyone who came out to the ‘Trunk or Treat’ event tonight. It was a huge success with an excess of 150 kids coming through. We would also like to thank Mrs. Smith (Chief Smith’s Wife) for setting up and decorating our vehicle, as well as handing out all the candy! We may be biased... but we feel like our vehicle was decorated the best 😬. Thank you again to all of those who came out, we love our little community! (Unfortunately we didn’t get a picture of our vehicle once it was fully decorated... those trick or treaters came out of nowhere, and it became a wild feeding frenzy. Anyways, the one picture we have of our vehicle doesn’t do it justice.. 🙄 but we still had a blast regardless dressed up as the “little red riding hood theme”.
Is anyone missing a pig? All jokes aside... yes we have a loose pig in the 600 block of E. 5th St. If you know where he belongs, either call SIRCOMM at 208-324-1911, or by messaging us on our Facebook page directly. 🤠
Good evening everyone! The City of Shoshone Police Department, and the City of Shoshone will be participating in the ‘Trunk-or-Treat’ taking place in the parking lot of the LDS Church tomorrow, Wednesday October 31st. The event starts at 6PM. We hope to see you there! As always, we want to remind motorists to drive slower than normal in residential areas. Please be aware that children are not always paying attention, and don’t always look before crossing roadways. SPD also wants to remind parents that it’s a good idea to put things that illuminate on your children, such as glow sticks or flash lights. These can be found at the dollar store for those on a budget. We hope you all have a safe and wonderful Halloween!
As few of you know, and most of you don’t, our very own Corporal Thongsana serves both his community and country. Earlier this year, Cpl. Thongsana, who is a Staff Sergeant in the military, was selected for deployment to the Middle East. For the next 400 days, SSgt Thongsana will be overseas fighting for our freedom. We ask that you keep both him and his family in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you for everything you do Thongsana family, we all love and appreciate you!
Update: The owner has been located! Thank you to everyone for your help. He will be going home soon.
Is anybody missing this sweet little boy? He was picked up last night, and misses his family like crazy. Appears to be some kind of a lab mix with a white patch on his chest. He was found in the 500 block of East 3rd St. Help us find his family by messaging us directly on our Facebook page, or by contacting SIRCOMM 208-324-1911 if you know the owner.
Update: the pup was claimed. Thank you for everyone's help! Found this pup at the Valley Country Store (North). If you know this pup or know who owns this pup please call SIRCOMM Dispatch at (208) 324-1911 and ask for the officer on duty. Thank you for your help!
Sometimes we get caught up sharing missing dogs, funny memes, or other non-pressing items, and forget to share great things like this. SPD has recently and kinda recentlyish hired two Officers. We are so unbelievably happy to have them join our department. They are both highly trained Officers, who come with a wealth of knowledge. Please welcome Officer Cory Smith who started with us on July 11th, and Officer Marisol Towell who started with us this week. We are so pleased to have you both! - Chief Smith
I double dog dare you to do it. 😬😂
On this day, 17 years ago, The United States of America was brought to it’s knees. But what the enemy didn’t know was that we don’t stay down. We got up, dusted ourselves off, and stood stronger than we ever have before. On this day we lost thousands of innocent lives, fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters went to work for the very last time, kissing their families goodbye, not knowing it would be the last. On the day we lost hundreds of first responders who put everyone else’s safety above their own. They ran into the rubble, fire, and crashing buildings knowing it would be the last thing they ever did. So on this day, if you see a first responder, Medic, Fire Fighter, Military member, or Police Officer, please tell them thank you. They are the backbone of America. We will never forget, not only today, but everyday!
Now we here at SPD don’t generally dabble into politics or “hot” topics... we generally stay on the safe side and remain neutral... however we’re feeling feisty today. 😬😬😬😎😎😎 #shotsfired #justkidding #weloveourfirefighters
Is anyone missing a dog? This fuzzball was found at 517 E. 5th St. It’s now in custody at the Shoshone Police Department. If you know where it belongs, please message us directly on our Facebook page, or by calling SIRCOMM at 208-324-1911.
*****Update***** The owner of the horse was located, and it has been returned home. Thank you to everyone who helped us find the owner.
Is anyone missing a horse? It was found in the 300 block of N. Grape St. We attempted to commandeer it as our new means of patrol, however none of us are that great of riders... Instead of getting injured by getting bucked off, we corralled it in the yard next to 305 N. Grape St. Please contact us via Facebook or by calling SIRCOMM at 208-324-1911 if you know where or who it belongs to.
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, the City of Shoshone Police Department, and other agencies in the State of Idaho will be focusing on back to school safety and school zone driving. We will be mobilizing more officers to focus on school traffic safety and drivers who can't follow rules of the roads of the State of Idaho. This mobilization is partly funded by the Idaho Office of Highway Safety.
Hey everyone! The City of Shoshone Police Department is currently hiring for two 'Patrol Officer' positions. We are currently accepting applications, and will be setting up a testing phase shortly. Position: Patrol Officer Open Dates: 09/04/2018 open until filled Location: Shoshone, ID Salary: 18.07 – 19.67 hourly DOE Benefits: - Completive wages - Take home vehicle - New equipment -PERSI retirement plan -City Health Insurance Plan -Vacation Days (up to 10 days per year) -Sick Leave Time (up to 8 hours per month) Job Summary: This position performs general and investigative police work involving the protection of life and property, apprehension of criminal offenders, enforcement of laws and ordinances, and the preservation of peace. Work normally involves patrol, investigation, and traffic enforcement duties, which may be performed in police vehicles or on foot. Shoshone Police Officers are strongly oriented toward community services and support community based law enforcement practices. Patrol officers work seven 12 hour shifts during an 84 hour (Bi-Weekly) pay period. Testing: Testing will consist of the Idaho POST Physical Standards test for entry level applicants and out of state lateral applicants (https://www.post.idaho.gov/Forms/documents/PRT_PatDet.pdf). Lateral applicants with a valid Idaho POST Patrol certificate will not be required to complete the Physical Standards Test. Further testing of suitable candidates will consist of a written exercise and an oral interview. Scores from the written exercise and oral interview will be used to determine ranking. Top ranked candidates will be offered a Chief’s Interview. Applicants will be notified of the testing date by phone or email. Interview times will be given out after the physical portion of the testing process. The P.O.S.T. Physical Readiness Test guidelines may be found on the Idaho POST web site at www.post.idaho.gov APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS Be 21 years of age, a US citizen, be able to read and speak fluent English, be in excellent physical condition, and possess, or be able to obtain and retain, a valid Idaho State driver’s license. Applicants must possess a High School Diploma or GED. Disqualifying factors: Any felony convictions. No illegal use or possession of any drug within five years of the last date to file application. No illegal sale of any drug. No crimes of Moral Turpitude No crimes of Domestic Violence including misdemeanor convictions. Discharge from military service under dishonorable conditions. Other misdemeanor convictions, including traffic violations, will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Suspension or revocation of driving privileges in Idaho, or any other state, is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
The City of Shoshone Police Department will also be participating in the labor day mobilization.
The City of Shoshone Police Department, Lincoln County Sheriff's Office and other agencies in Idaho will be mobilizing additional officers in school zones to help prevent accidents and educating the public on how important it is to drive the posted speed limit in the school zone and follow all motor vehicle laws. We will be more strict when it comes to enforcement and consider this your warning. We at your local PD feel it is important to spend additional time in school zones to help educate and to prevent accidents and deaths! The speed limit in the Shoshone School's school zone is 35 MPH. This mobilization is also funded by the Idaho Department of Transportation, Officer of Highway Safety. Drive Safe! Corporal Thongsana
A little motivation for your Friday morning. Hope y’all have a great weekend! TGIF right??
Does anyone know who this precious girl belongs to? She was found by some wonderful citizens on N Birch. She’s a cuddle bug, I’m sure her owners are very worried about her. If you know where she belongs, please either message us here directly on our Facebook page, or by calling Sircomm at 208-324-1911.