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Ada County Jail

ADA COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 963
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: 1977
Full-Time Staff: 223
Total Staff Salaries: $13,729,417

Phone:(208) 577-3000

Ada County, ID Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 196
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 3
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 41
Robbery 9
Aggravated Assault 143
Property Crime 716
Burglary 209
Larceny-theft 486
Motor Vehicle Theft 21
Arson 11
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 6:44am
Detectives are still investigating the attack and sexual assault of a female jogger in SW Ada County last fall. They would like to identify and talk to the person in this video. Details at https://t.co/vl3dVx9P0a https://t.co/2HM5H7wkUn
Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 at 9:09am
. @ACSOBartlett got to enjoy lunch with several ACSO volunteers today. Our volunteers provide invaluable community service - and we love being able to tell everyone how excellent they are. Thanks! Check out https://t.co/az43vIEsp9 to learn more about the ACSO volunteer program https://t.co/aXpzA7FZly AdaCoSheriff photo
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 at 7:40am
Detectives found lots of jewelry and other stolen items at the home of a serial burglary suspect. They'd like to return those items to their owners. Details at https://t.co/vl3dVx9P0a https://t.co/XcnK0dxZLm AdaCoSheriff photo
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 3:34am
Steady snowfall overnight resulted in slippery driving conditions for Ada County this morning – although it wasn’t as bad as Wednesday. As of 10:30 a.m. we've had 35 reported car crashes — 8 with injuries — and 9 slide-offs. Please be careful out there.

Ada County Sheriff's Office

The Ada County Sheriff's Office is Idaho's largest local law enforcement agency. TERMS & CONDITIONS This is an official Facebook page of the Ada County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) in Boise, Idaho. This page was created to provide people who live and work in our communities and others with an interest in the ACSO to access information about our agency. This page is monitored and managed by the Community Information Unit. To learn more about the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, visit www.adasheriff.org. We encourage you to share your thoughts and ideas on topics being discussed but have rules in place to encourage civil discourse and prevent anything that might impede the purpose of our Facebook site. Our purpose is to convey important public safety information and to effectively and immediately reach Ada County residents in our efforts to solve and reduce crime and further our mission of making safer places for you to live, work and play. In an emergency, or if you need immediate police assistance, dial 911! Do not use this page to report a crime. To report an incident or crime, call non-emergency dispatch at 208-377-6790. Before posting on this page, please review the terms below: • A posting on this page constitutes acceptance of these terms. • The ACSO reserves the right to delete any content without warning or explanation. • If you post information related to a crime on this page, you may be placing yourself in the position of becoming a witness to a crime and you may be called upon to give testimony in court proceedings. • “Friending/Likes” between the ACSO & local businesses, organizations and/or causes do not indicate endorsement of that business’, organization’s and/or cause’s actions or comments. • ACSO reserves the right to remove and/or block anyone who posts inappropriate material as determined by the ACSO. • The ACSO reserves the right to delete any posts by individuals, businesses, organizations and/or causes deemed by ACSO to be an advertisement or intended to advance the same will be removed • The ACSO reserves the right to remove any comments that are inappropriate or offensive including comments that: o defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or violate the legal rights of others o include racism, hatred, slander, threats, obscenity, violence, vulgarity, spam or advertisements, o have personal information about another person or that violate a person's privacy interests o include copyrighted material belonging to another person, o contain links to other websites. The ACSO does not allow posting of photos or videos by anyone other than members of the ACSO. If you have photos or videos you'd like to share on this page, contact Public Information Officer Andrea Dearden at 208-577-3318 or adearden@adaweb.net.
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Ada County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 15th, 2019 at 6:15am
Even the most online-savvy among us would likely admit that the internet can be a daunting and unnerving place — for parents and kids alike.

It’s also impossible to avoid. We’d like to help parents navigate the ever-changing online world their kids are exposed to every day.

So the Ada County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a four-part series — “Safety in a Digital World” — beginning April 4 at the South Meridian YMCA on 5155 S. Hillsdale Ave.

Each session will have experts covering specific topics like how to be safe online, screen time and brain development, how to use the internet in a healthy way, and offer tools and resources for families. It’ll be half presentation, half discussion — and it’s for parents only.

Each 90-minute session begins at 6:30 p.m. Childcare is available. Call the YMCA at (208) 331-9622 for details.

The sessions are free, but you do need to register to attend.

For more information — and to register — visit https://www.eventbrite.com and search for “Safety in a Digital World” and go directly to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/safety-in-a-digital-world-online-crime-prevention-tickets-57544893325?aff=ebdssbdestsearch)

See you there!
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Ada County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 9:33am
Detectives continue to search for a man who attacked and sexually assaulted a female jogger in southwest Ada County in November – and would like to talk to the person seen in this video.

The person in this surveillance video is wearing clothes similar to what the woman described her attacker was wearing — grey sweatpants and sweatshirt with a dark colored beanie or hood over his head — when she was attacked from behind while jogging on Brogan Drive just before 6:30 a.m. on Nov. 30.

This video was captured at 6:39 a.m. on the same morning, less than a half-mile from where the attack occurred.

The clothes, time, and location all line up with the description of the attacker. Detectives would like to talk to whoever this person is – and would like to hear from the public if anyone recognizes who it is.

Detectives have pursued dozens of leads and interviews in connection with the case since November.

The woman told deputies she was running a regular jogging route and was headed west on W. Brogan Drive, between S. Seabreeze Way and S. Elinor Rose Avenue, when was attacked from behind by a man who grabbed her around the neck.

The woman immediately began kicking and fighting to get away when she was knocked to the ground. The man then choked her from behind, as she was lying in the street, and she lost consciousness.

Evidence suggests the man sexually assaulted the runner while she was unconscious.

Soon after the woman woke up, the man ran east from W. Brogan Drive toward S. Seabreeze Way.

A woman driving east on Brogan Drive near Elinor Rose Avenue saw the woman in the road and stopped to help her and call 911.

The woman did not get a good look at her attacker’s face. She did get a good look at his clothes.

The man’s age, ethnicity, hair and skin color are not known.

Anyone with information about this assault, the man or anything that seemed unusual or suspicious in this area is urged to call Detective Shellie Strolberg at 208.577.3788 or send an email to sstrolberg@adacounty.id.gov.
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Ada County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 9:38am
Did you know the Ada County Jail has an on-site medical unit, staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week?

Our staff of healthcare and support professionals work tirelessly to provide the best possible care for a population that may not have access to it otherwise — in a safe and secure setting.

To continue that level of service, we are looking to hire a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to work for the Jail’s Health Services Division.

Our LPNs work three days a week — 12-hour shifts — and provide nursing care to inmates, including medication delivery.

Day shift is 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Night shift is 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. – with a 10% pay differential. It’s a fulltime job with benefits.

The starting wage for LPN is $22.06 to $24.99, depending on experience.

Want to apply or learn more? Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/adacounty/sheriff/jobs/2355554/licensed-practical-nurse?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

We are also hiring Registered Nurses for the jail’s Health Services Unit.

Our RNs also work three 12s. They perform patient assessments, develop care plans and monitor client’s physical condition, and perform other related duties.

The starting wage for an RN is $31.56 to $36.90, depending on experience.

For more info, check out https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/adacounty/sheriff/jobs/2190663/registered-nurse?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Our fully equipped Health Services Unit provides medical, dental and mental health services to dozens of inmates every day at the Ada County Jail.

If you are interested in making a difference every day, we are interested in you.

The Ada County Sheriff’s Office has over 700 employees and dozens of career fields — and is often looking for people who want to make a difference in their community.

We currently have openings for detention deputies to work in the jail, driver’s license clerks, food service officers, and records clerks, among other jobs. Check out https://adacounty.id.gov/sheriff/careers/ for info on current employment opportunities.
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Ada County Sheriff's Office added 9 new photos — in Boise, Idaho.Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 at 11:01am
When Boise Police arrested Michael Tamburrino outside a Warm Springs Avenue home he just broke into last month, it didn’t take investigators long to connect him to almost a dozen other break-ins across Ada County.

The 40-year-old Tamburrino broke into homes all over north Ada County, including homes in Eagle, Avimor, Hidden Springs, and the neighborhoods near Cartwright Road since late last summer.

Our deputies recovered a lot of stolen stuff they found at Tamburrino’s residence in Star when serving a search warrant Jan. 18.

Since then, they’ve been able to return quite a bit of the stolen items to victims – but there remains a whole bunch of stuff unaccounted for, including a 1940s era Rolex watch, a Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation pocket watch, and a whole bunch of expensive jewelry.

There is evidence Tamburrino may have broke into other homes, beginning as early as June 2018, so we want to know if anyone recognizes any of these items. We would love to reunite them with their owners.

Anyone with info should call (208) 577-3597 or email so4669@adaweb.net
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Ada County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, February 26th, 2019 at 6:20am
We have some very sad news to report. K9 Nate, who retired in November after spending 10 years with us, passed away on Saturday.

Deputy Aaron Teall and his family are dealing with the loss of Nate, who rose from humble origins as a pound dog to become one of the best K9s we’ve ever had here at the Ada County Sheriff’s Office.

Nate collapsed without warning in late November after a regular day of work. Veterinarians found a tumor on Nate's heart but were able to save him.

Nate had to retire at that point — but he did get to spend the last few months of his life relaxing at home with the Teall family before he passed on Saturday.

Nate found his way to the ACSO thanks to Gary and Rosemary Scheihing, who spotted Nate in an animal shelter in McCall and suspected he could be a great drug-sniffing K9 dog.

The Scheihings had a K9 training business at the time — and were proven right about Nate, a labrador retriever/border collie mix who was certified with Idaho’s Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy as a K9 dog when he was only nine-months old.

Nate spent a decade working with our patrol deputies (most of that time with Aaron Teall) as an ace drug-detection dog. He was also a great ambassador for the ACSO, being relentlessly friendly with the public during all of his numerous appearances at community events and schools.

We will miss Nate, who was a great K9 and just an all-around excellent pooch.

Rest in peace, Nate.
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Ada County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, February 25th, 2019 at 10:16am
The Ada County Sheriff’s Office would like to introduce the latest addition to our pack of K9 dogs. Say hello to Charlie, a 17-month-old German Shepherd.

Charlie is unique to our agency because he is being trained to detect explosives — in addition to finding and catching people who try to avoid arrest.

Deputy Keith James is training with Charlie right now. The duo should is expected to earn their official certification and be ready to go by this summer.

We would like to give a huge “thank you” to the Exchange Club of Boise, who donated $2,500 towards Charlie’s purchase. The Exchange Club has been very supportive of the ACSO K9 unit, having helped us purchase six dogs over the last decade.

All they ask is to be able to name the dogs — usually in tribute to a current or former club member.

Charlie is named for Charlie Miller, a past president of the exchange club, which is a non-profit community service organization whose major emphasis is on community service, including the prevention of child abuse.

Now that we have Charlie in the fold, our K9 team has nine dogs. Six are exclusively drug-sniffing dogs. Two others are “apprehension” dogs, meaning they can chase and catch people who try to run away and hide to avoid arrest — and sniff for drugs.

Charlie is our first “apprehension” dog that can also detect explosives. He will not be used for drug-detection.

Charlie is a welcome addition to our team. We can’t wait for he and Deputy James to finish their training!