Happy Mother’s Day to all 💐💗☺️ Wishing you all a very blessed day!
The Fort Hall Police Department strives to promote a cooperative relationship with the community.
Happy Mother’s Day to all 💐💗☺️ Wishing you all a very blessed day!
Happy Birthday Thomas from the Fort Hall Police!!
ATTENTION!: Avoid Interstate 86 as there is a multi-vehicle accident with extremely low visibility due to a dust storm. We will advise when the Interstate re-opens. Several Emergency Personnel are on scene and have shut the Interstate down near MP 47 and 50.
We would like to thank the team at Servpro for the outstanding job of disinfecting all our Patrol vehicles today. We greatly appreciate the time and effort they donated in helping us stay safe!
Greetings! The Department is utilizing the Speed Enforcement trailers to monitor daily traffic.
On April 16, 2020 the trailers were placed on Ross Fork Road / Eagle Road monitoring the West Bound / East Bound Traffic.
East Bound Traffic: 703 vehicles
West Bound Traffic: 986 vehicles
Stay At Home Order is in place and needs to be followed.
Once again Stay home and stay safe 😷Thanks FHPD
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes has enacted a Stay At Home Order, please follow it. Stay home and be safe. We have seen an increase of activity of people being out and not following the stay at home order.
We are trying to safeguard all our community so please follow the stay at home order. Fort Hall Police Officer's are wearing masks when they have face to face contact with community members on calls for the protection of all involved in the call.
Once again stay home and stay safe.. Thanks FHPD..
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Let’s all do our part and remain home so no one gets sick 😷👍🏽
Community members ￼ when calling into make a report please be patient with Dispatch. In light of the COVID-19 they will be asking medical questions.
They’re asking these questions for the safety of the officers so if you will please answer those questions it will make the whole process go along a lot smoother, thank you for your assistance.
The Justice Center main door will be locked until further notice. If you need to make a police report go to the after hour entrance. If you have court matters to deal with contact courts at 208-236-1090, thanks for your cooperation.
Due to the current COVID-19 our Dispatch Center will be asking the following additional questions when you are calling for assistance:
* Do you have a fever?
* Do you have difficulty breathing, flu-like symptoms, or a cough?
* Have you had contact with anyone suspected of a confirmed to have coronavirus?
* In the last 30 days, have you traveled to another state or country?
In 2019 how many calls of service did the Fort Hall Police Department respond to?
Members of the Fort Hall Police Administration and Officers participated in Tyhee Elementary School’s “Breakfast and a Book” event. The FHPD Staff read stories and spent quality time with the children.
We are pleased to welcome 3 new FHPD staff members, Evidence specialists Conner Simpson, and Patrol officers Tristan Cano and Tyler Galindo. They finished their first day of orientation and were sworn in by Chief Judge Ariwite. They will be facing new exciting challenges, learning a variety of skills and gaining knowledge over the next several months. Please help us to welcome them.
Name the current FHPD employee who is a High School Wrestling State champion?
Cleaning up the community one can of paint at a time. Thanks to the staff at the FHPD as well as the fine citizens who care about the beautification of our Rez. Your efforts are commendable!
Prayers for our brothers in blue 🙏🏼
REST IN PEACE: A White Mountain Apache police officer was killed in a shooting this morning following a confrontation with a suspect.
Our thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues. 🙏💙
Beware of scam calls! We are receiving reports of a caller pretending to be law enforcement asking for donations and requesting banking information. This is a scam, do not give out personal information to callers.If you receive questionable calls please contact the Fort Hall Police Department for assistance.
Snow Delay - Be advised the Tribal Government will have a 2 hr delay in reporting for work due to ice conditions. - [email protected]
What happened Wednesday?
This photo was taken what year, why, and who was the Chief of Police during that time? First 3 to answer correct will receive a prize!!
The Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB) consists of timed Pushups, Sit-ups, a 300 meter run, as well as a 1.5 mile run, required for all new Patrol Officer applicants. This phase of the hiring process happens after the Applicants have had their background cleared. The Applicants are also required to take a written test as well as complete a 4 hour Ride-Along with our Officers where they can ask questions and learn more about the profession they are applying for...all prior to being interviewed. Once hired, Officers must graduate from the United States Indian Police Academy in Artesia, New Mexico, and return home to complete a 22 week Field Training Program with our certified Instructors. It takes approximately one year before a new hire is ready for their first call of service. In this photo, 3 new applicants are completing the PEB phase of the hiring process.
TRIVIA TUESDAY: What year did the FHPD move into the New Justice Center?
FIRST 3 Correct answers will receive a prize...and GO!
Happy Birthday to all our employees celebrating birthdays this month 🎉🎂 Dispatcher Kalli Johnson and Patrol FTO Cody Sweat
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The Fort Hall Police Department has openings for the following:
If you are interested in any of these positions, or know of anyone interested in these positions please contact the Shoshone Bannock Tribes Human Resource Department (208) 478-3857
Employment Opportunities.The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes offer many employment opportunities. Current job opening are listed below, and each listing will have specific instructions for the application process. When submitting an application, please include all necessary information and documents. Tribal...
Introducing our Department Basketball team 🏀⛹🏽 Modern Warriors 👏🏽👏🏽
Left to Right: Shawn Ellsworth, Lance Boyd, David Johnson, Tierre Johnson, Chad Phillips, Juan Arellano, Darian Coby, Del Wettenbone, Christian Mendoza
Why does Dispatch ask so many questions? Please take some time to read.
Be careful out on back roads this morning. Heavy drifting in some areas. Pack gloves and heavy clothing just in case you get stuck. Roads running east to west are drifting. Bingham county area roads are mostly impacted especially in areas next to agricultural fields.To report major areas of concern call 208-237-1954. Be careful out there and have a good day. Highway 91 near Truchot Rd has drifted across both lanes. East Sandy road is completely plugged. If you reside on Galloway loop exit out on the North end of the loop.
These schools are closed Monday due to winter weather | East Idaho News
IDAHO FALLS — The following schools have announced they will be closed or delayed Monday due to winter weather. CLOSURES Aberdeen School District 58 Blackfoot School District 55 Bonneville Joint School District 93 Firth School District 59 Fremont County Joint School District 215 Idaho Falls School...
The Fort Hall Police Dept. would like to express our gratitude to Miss Anastasia Rios for filling in as our upstairs Front Receptionist, we appreciate her efforts as her last day approaches, good luck in your future endeavors!
FHPD elf’s decorated tables for the Elders Christmas luncheon today and left a little gift. Merry Christmas to our adorable elders!! Have a safe weekend!!
Holly Weston graduated from the US Indian Police Academy at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center! Job well done Holly!!
Criminal Investigator Todd Tendoy presented and active shooter training to the Tribal Health and Human Services Staff. ADD = Avoid, Deny & Defend. Have a safe day everyone!!
Wishing you all a great Thanksgiving Day and a safe holiday weekend! 🦃
Our staff at the Diabetes Awareness Carnival that took place on 11/15/19 at the Sho-Ban High School
Come check us out at the Diabetes Awareness Carnival tonight at the Sho-Ban High School to 7pm
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