The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division consists of uniform Deputies that patrol the communities in the county and provide response to emergencies, handle calls for service and engage in general service law enforcement throughout the County. In 2018 BCSO Patrol Deputies handled 44000 calls for service.
Patrol Deputies are most commonly encountered by the public as their duties include...
- Calls for Service
- Making Arrests
- Resolving Disputes
- Taking Crime Reports
- Conducting Traffic Enforcement
- Other Crime Prevention Measures
- Investigating Reports of Vandalism
- Investigating Vehicle Accidents
Patrol cars are highly visible, clearly marked cars with red and blue lights and the Bonneville County Sheriffs Office sign on the sides. Bonneville County uses a wide variety of emergency vehicles to be able to respond to the huge variety of calls in the varied terrain and weather conditions within the county. Some of these include...
- Chevrolet Impala
- Chevrolet Tahoe / both 2 wheel pursuit version and 4 wheel drives
- Dodge Charger / both marked and unmarked
- Various unmarked administrative vehicles
Bonneville County Patrol Vehicles are equipped with some of the latest and best technology available. This allows each deputy to be safe and more effective.
- Video Camera systems record traffic stops, pursuits, and are used in evidence collection.
- Radar units can be used in both forward and rearward directions and in moving or stationary modes.
- Radio Communications
- Mobile Data Terminals
Working together with the community to make Bonneville County a safe place to live, work, and play.
If you see suspicious activity or witness a crime please report it.
- Emergency Dial 911
- Non Emergency / Dispatch (208) 529-1200
Working together we can make a difference.