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Marshals Department

Marshal’s Department
Ada County Courthouse
200 W. Front Street Room 4193
Boise, ID 83702
208 287-7160
mahodana@adacounty.id.gov

Staff

A staff of 30 employees including one chief, one sergeant, twenty deputy marshals, two process servers, three bailiffs, two security technicians, and one secretary conducts security services at the Ada County Courthouse, Juvenile Court Services, and in the community. The department also oversees a 13-person security department that provides x-ray and magnetometer services for all individuals entering court facilities.

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Responsibilities

The Marshal’s Department conducts mandatory security screening of all persons and packages entering the Ada County Courthouse and is responsible for preserving safety and peace at gatherings, meetings, and court proceedings, as well as responding to all emergency calls at the courthouse.

The office is responsible for implementing emergency courthouse evacuation procedures, and in the event an evacuation is necessary, is responsible for the safe and orderly evacuation of all individuals in the courthouse. As such, the office collects information that might aid in the identification, apprehension, and prosecution of criminal offenders, and for the recovery of property. Staff members also conduct foot patrols of courthouse facilities for nuisances, impediments, obstructions, defects, and other conditions that might endanger or hinder the safety, health, or convenience of persons in the courthouse and remain alert to crime prevention and security issues.

The Marshal’s Department is also responsible for taking into custody those persons as directed by a judge or those who are violating the law, creating security risks, or being disorderly in the courthouse facilities. In addition, the office serves arrest warrants, subpoenas, summonses, small claims documents, and other official court documents.