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Idaho Falls, ID

Ammon, Idaho Falls, Iona, Irwin, Ririe, Swan Valley & Ucon

Law Enforcement

Approximately 86 Deputies are assigned to the Law Enforcement Services for the Cities of Ammon and Iona, School Resource Officers in the Bonneville and Ririe School Districts and a variety of specialty teams from SWAT to Search and Rescue Operations.


Capt. Anthony Glenn – 208-529-1375 ex. 1003

Lt. Alisa Prudent – 208-529-1375 ex. 1258

Lt. Karl Noah – 208-529-1375 ex. 19098

Lt. Josh Fielding – 208-529-1375 ex. 1104

Lt. Chris Smith – 208-529-1375 ex. 1783

Our Patrol Deputies cover all 1900 square miles of Bonneville County, 24 hours a day, responding to emergencies and a wide variety of calls for service. Deputies respond to everything from vehicle crashes and thefts, to lost children and violent disturbances. By assisting our community partners and neighborhoods, they work hard to deter and intervene in criminal activity. Being proactive in helping everyone who lives, works, and visits our county is important to this team.

Deputies assigned to the Detectives Division work together in a variety of capacities, not just locally, but with Law Enforcement Partners across Eastern Idaho. Cases include Critical Incidents, Drug Investigations, Property Crime, and everything in between. This team is key to finding and bringing criminals to justice and holding them accountable to their victims. The Detectives Division also partners with several task force groups, including the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force and the East Idaho Critical Incident team.
The City of Ammon, whose slogan “Where Tomorrow Begins”, has a growing population of more than 20,000 residents alongside booming commercial businesses and neighborhoods. The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office has provided the City of Ammon Law Enforcement Services for decades. With a team of Deputies assigned to the Ammon Division, their presence and proactive policing with the community make this city a beautiful place to raise a family.
At over 3000 people, the City of Iona continues to be a beautiful bedroom community nestled just outside Ammon and Idaho Falls. The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office has a full time Deputy assigned to Iona, who also works with Patrol Teams and their residents to keep this city safe for all who reside there.
Almost half of Bonneville County’s 1900 square miles includes vast forests, rivers, and lakes. Bordering Wyoming, this area includes portions of the Grand Targhee and Caribou National Forests, Palisades and Ririe Reservoirs, and the Snake River. The Back Country Team handles all Law Enforcement calls in this area including rescues in the mountains and waterways. A day in back country patrol could involve the use of various off-road, winter, and waterways rescue equipment. Deputies assigned to this team are EMS training and coordinate Search and Rescue Volunteers from the community in addition to working with Fish and Game, Forrest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and local Range Association Personnel.
Deputies assigned to this unit are tasked with retrieving wanted subjects who have been apprehended by agencies outside of Bonneville County. This team works with area agencies, jails, and Patrol Teams to serve warrants and extradite criminals back to our county so they can be held accountable in the justice system.
Bonneville School Dist. 93 and Ririe School District #252 contract with the Sheriff’s Office for safety and security of their campus’ through onsite School Resource Officers. In addition to handling criminal activity, threat prevention, and emergency response at the schools, this team also teaches the DARE Program, facilitates a yearly Teen Career Camp, and builds positive relationships with area youth. SRO Deputies work with School Personnel in all aspects of safety and wellbeing of students, staff, and visitors.

The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office has two Animal Control Deputies handling animal and livestock issues across the county. This team investigates animal abuse, strays, and enforces County Ordinances relating to animals. They also assist Patrol and specialty Teams with Equipment and Resource Transport, scene safety, and VIN Inspections.

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If you are looking to talk to someone about the testing and hiring process for law enforcement, fill out the form here or contact Sgt. Karl Casperson at 208-529-1350 ext. 1915