Rexburg Police Department

  • Agency: Rexburg Police Department
  • Address: 25 E Main, Rexburg, 83440 ID
  • Chief: Lynn Archibald (Chief of Police)
Phone: 208.359.3000
Fax: (208) 359-3009

Rexburg Police Department is located at 25 E Main, Rexburg, 83440 ID. The Chief of Police of the department is Lynn Archibald. The Rexburg Police Department phone number is 208.359.3000.

Rexburg Police Department News

The Rexburg Police Department continues efforts to prepare both our department as well as our community for a disastrous incident. With all that is going on in our world it is increasingly important to prepare for situations that a few years ago may have seemed impossible. Today, working with Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Madison Fire Department, and Madison Memorial Hospital, another training exercise was performed to help prepare hospital employees. We thank the public for keeping a safe distance from the training.

The Rexburg Police Department is proud to announce that Lieutenant Colin Erickson graduated from the 273rd FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia on September 14th 2018. Lieutenant Erickson has been with the Rexburg Police Department since 1993 and has served in a variety of capacities with the department. He currently oversees the Community Policing Division. Lieutenant Erickson was among 228 law enforcement officers who attended the National Academy. The National Academy consisted of men and women from 48 states, agencies from the District of Columbia, and 25 international countries, along with military and federal Officers. The FBI National Academy is a 10 week course consisting of advance communication, leadership training, and fitness training for officers who have proven to be professionals within their agencies. FBI Director Christopher Asher Wray was the principal speaker at the ceremony. A total of 51,270 graduates now represent the alumni of the FBI National Academy since it began in 1935. At this time the Rexburg Police Department has had the opportunity to send 9 officer’s to the FBI National Academy.

Just before 5:00 a.m. this morning there was a vehicle accident south of Rexburg causing a power outage. Most of the power has since been restored. We would like to remind motorists and citizens to please be patient.

-HOMECOMING PARADE- We would like to inform the public that Main Street from 1st West to 3rd South will be closed today from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for the Madison Homecoming Parade. We ask for your patience and attention as there will be a lot of kids in the area. Go Bobcats!

9-13-2018 at 10 am the Rexburg Police Department along with other emergency responders conducted a readiness training drill at the BYU-I Campus. The drill was for an active shooter scenario with injured hostage extraction. We would like to thank the public for staying safely away from this area during the training drill. The training is now complete.

Police are seeking the public's help to identify and contact this individual, photos were taken Aug 11, 2018 at Walmart in Rexburg. Contact 208-359-3000 - Officer Claunch

UPDATE: Thanks to your help we believe we have identified the individuals. Thank you to those who shared this post or were helpful in our search. The Rexburg Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify these individuals in reference to an event that occurred at the Rexburg Walmart on or about July 29th 2018 -They also had a male child (not pictured) and drove a Chevy Cruise (pictured). Please contact us at 208-359-3000 with any information.

DARE car wash today 9-4pm! Get a clean vehicle and support your local DARE program at RAYS Chevron on 2nd East (Rexburg).

-ROAD CLOSURE- Due to the Street Festival today, 2nd West between 1st South and 2nd South (east side of Porter Park) will be closed from 2pm to 10pm. Due to the Street Parade today, 2nd West between Main Street and 2nd South will be closed as will 2nd South between 2nd West and 3rd West (south side of Porter Park) from 5pm to 8pm.

The annual special needs luncheon. This is a great time for the police and other first responders to get to know members of our community with special needs.

Youth Bike Safety Rodeo Learn bicycle safety while running a rodeo course designed to demonstrate what you have learned in a fun way. May 19th, 2018 11 am - 2 pm Stones Town and Country 615 S Yellowstone

Buckle Up Event April 13, 2018 2-4pm 582 N 2nd East, Rexburg

Spring Semester University Parking Permits Are currently available ONLINE only, at http://www.rexburgpolice.com The U Spring permits will be available for purchase and pick up in office on and after April 16th Monday- Friday 8:30am-4pm

SEEKING HELP TO IDENTIFY SUSPECT Occurred on the 16th at 13:26 P.M Broulims 124 East Main Street, Rexburg Idaho. Male subject entered the store and went directly to the Customer service counter and requested smaller bills for $600. Subject was informed $300 was the most they could change. Suspect was given $300 in twenties and then became upset and stated he want a cashier’s check. Clerk took the twenties back from the suspect, he immediately left the store. Broulims came up $120.00 short on this transaction. In video suspect was seen concealing some of the money in his right hand. Male subject had attempted the same thing at the Broulims store in Rigby and Ammon. Unknown if they had lost any money. Suspect was wearing Levi’s and dark jacket with a dark green baseball cap. Contact the Rexburg Police Department for any information you may have on the identity of the suspect. rpd@rexburg.org or 208-359-3008

Our amazing DARE graduates for 2017-2018

The police department appreciates all our local business and East Idaho Credit Union was showing a little appreciation back by providing lunch today. #EastIdahoCreditUnion

A quick reminder that there is no overnight parking on any city streets in Rexburg during the winter months. http://rexburgpolice.com/info/SnowRemoval.cfm

The toy isle is experiencing traffic jams and we are loving it. One of the hardest challenges is getting these young shoppers to remember today is for them, they are always wanting to take care of everyone else first.

Walmart is ready, Santa is waiting, volunteers are all set to wrap gifts, Shop with a Cop is getting to the shopping part and we have some excited young shoppers.

McDonalds is about as full as it has ever been, were they giving free coffee and donuts? No, it’s Shop with a Cop and all these officers are donating their time to help bring Christmas to town.

Shop with a Cop has begun, so many happy faces of children and a little noise from sirens and sirens some amazing lights.