About the Ada County Sheriff’s Office

To protect and serve is only the beginning

The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is the largest local law enforcement agency in Idaho, with over 740 employees. That includes over 325 commissioned deputies and over 400 professional staffers.

The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is committed to giving every citizen the best possible service. Our main goal is to ensure Ada County is a safe place to live, work, and play.

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  • Ada County is now using a revised inmate Pretrial risk assessment

    Ada County’s judges have access to a new tool today that will allow them to make better-informed decisions on whether to let someone just arrested to get out of jail. Ada County Sheriff’s Office employees are now using a revised version of the Idaho Pretrial Risk Assessment (IPRAI) report that judges review before people who

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  • 43-year-old Boise man charged with rape

    Ada County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 43-year-old Boise man in connection with a report of a sexual assault at an Eagle-area home earlier this week. Eric M. Simunich is charged with a felony count of rape. He is being held in the Ada County Jail without bond. Simunich is scheduled to make his initial court

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  • The ACSO is heading into final phase of the MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice grant

    The Ada County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge for their support in our combined effort to reduce our jail population. We are headed into the final phase of the MacArthur Foundation’s $1 million grant Ada County received in October 2017. Our shared goal with the foundation is

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