Weiser Police Department

  • Agency: Weiser Police Department
  • Address: 262 East Court Street, Weiser, 83672 ID
  • Chief: Greg Moon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 208-414-2244
Fax: 208-414-2121

Weiser Police Department is located at 262 East Court Street, Weiser, 83672 ID. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Moon. The Weiser Police Department phone number is 208-414-2244.

Weiser Police Department News

Happy Veterans Day! Thank you to all that have served and those who continue to serve. We have several Officers who continue thier service to our community. Officer J. Leija. (Iraq Campaign) Officer M.Holmes(Afghanistan) Officer A.Clinton (Iraq Campaign and Purple Heart Recipient) Officer M.Pond. (Afghanistan) Lt. T. Krahn. (Desert Storm) Sgt.D.Singleton. (Iraq Campaign)

Happy Birthday Marine Corps!

Congratulations to Officer Matthew Pond #163 on his graduation from Idaho Peace Officers training academy! Chief Carl Smith presented him with his certificate and we are glad to have him back!

Good morning Weiser! We hope your Halloween was a good one as we all had fun at the Trunk or Treat downtown. We had a great time meeting all of our friends from the community and a Tip led to a DUI arrest later in the evening. Tis the season where you might warm up the car before you go to work. We have already had an incident where the car was running and someone helped themselves to look around inside the vehicle. Please lock your cars with a spare key if you leave it running. If you see someone suspicious , please report them to us. DISPATCH (208)414-2121 EMERGENCY. 911 Be safe and stay warm!

Next week, Weiser will be bustling with costumed kids at various Halloween festivities in search of fun and candy. The Weiser Police Department want to make sure that you are able to celebrate Halloween safely. WPD officers will be out patrolling neighborhoods, looking for reckless drivers, speeders, and drivers under the influence. All drivers are urged to slow down and stay alert for pedestrians. Special attention should be used when backing out of a driveway. Please be courteous to pedestrians and stay on your side of the street. In the past we have had several near misses where a driver illegally crosses the street to let kids out and blinded the oncoming traffic as they park there. There will be Zero tolerance for speeding during this time. Here are some tips to help make your Halloween a safe one. Wait until children are home to sort and check treats. Though tampering is rare, a responsible adult should closely examine all treats and throw away any of the following candies that have: 1. An unusual appearance or discoloration 2.Tiny pinholes or tears in wrappers 3.Spoiled or unwrapped items 4.Homemade items or baked goods should be discarded unless you personally know who gave them. When in doubt, throw it out! Tell children not to accept -- and, especially, not to eat--anything that isn't commercially wrapped. Parents of young children should also remove any choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies and small toys. Try to apportion treats for the days following Halloween. Although sharing is encouraged, make sure items that can cause choking (such as hard candies), are given only to those of an appropriate age. If you have any questions about possible tainted candy, you can contact the: Weiser Police Department (208)414-2244 POISON CONTROL CENTER 1-800-222-1222 For EMERGENCY 911

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Labor Day weekend is here! Please do not drink and drive. Lately we have had a spike in drunk drivers in our city. If you go out, look after your buddy. Be safe and remember, call 911 for emergencies and 414-2244 to report suspicious activity.

A huge THANK YOU! To Lisa Horzen for her donation to the after school program! The children are excited to find out who can beat Mr.Fenske.

A HUGE thank you to Martha at the Dog and Cat Wellness clinic for her donation! Martha donated 400lbs to the Weiser Pound! THANK YOU!!! Martha is located at 1240 State Street next to Bo's Barn.

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Weiser clear the frequency, Officers in pursuit. On August 20,2018 at approximately 11pm, Payette County Deputies attempted to stop a white Mitsubishi Lancer. Needless to say the driver of the vehicle accelerated at a high rate of speed attempting to elude deputies. At one point the driver of the vehicle attempted to ram the pursuing Deputies and fled into Oregon. Oregon law enforcment joined the chase and it came into Weiser. Sgt.Singleton deployed spike strips on W.7th as the vehicle entered Weiser. Officer Holmes continued pursuit and It ended abruptly when the vehicle crashed into Monroe creek near the 500 block of E. Liberty. Officer Holmes took a male suspect into custody. There was no damage to public or city property and no one was injured. #notinourtown,#awdisimpressive,#toobusyforalipsyncchallenge,#safestcityinIdaho#fordbeatspayettesmopar

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Officer Adam Clinton is shown in this picture giving direction to his troops. Officer Clinton is a Sergeant in the Army National Guard. Officer Clinton has been called to a period of active duty to help with the fires in Western Oregon. Officer Clinton is one of three Officers employed by the Weiser Police Dept. currently serving in the Army National Guard. We are proud of Officer Clinton, Officer Leija, and Sgt. Singleton for their dedication to service to our community and our country. Be safe out there!

Hwy-95 is open again! Pilot car is in operation from Mann creek Store Northbound.

Hwy-95 is shut down North of Park street. We encourage all travelling to McCall to use Hwy-55. Stay tuned for updates.

Some money was turned into the Police Department this morning, it was found in the area of the City Library, Please call 414-2244 with a description and amount to claim.

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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! As you travel to celebrate this historical day, please be safe. Drink responsibly and have a designated driver. Please continue to report DRUNK DRIVERS to 911 or *ISP as you have made an impact on saving lives. Rules to live by; *Avoid looking down the tube because your firework didn't go bang. *Refrain from using duct tape to secure the entire package together and lighting it. (It goes boom and you may loose a finger) (You know who you are) * Roman candles are not an effective replacement to paint ball. *M-80's will not help you seal the bead on a tire. Just a few helpful guidelines brought to you from incidents of years past. Be safe, make noise, enjoy the 4th America! You earned it!. Remember aerial fireworks are not allowed and please be curtious to your neighbors.

Congrats! Weiser is proud of you!