Idaho Sheriffs’ Association  3100 Vista Ave. Ste. 203, Boise, ID 83705

         WHO WE ARE

The Idaho Sheriffs’ Association incorporated as a non-profit in 1962 to promote the Office of Sheriff and enhance law enforcement professionalism by facilitating training, communication, and providing public safety services to Idaho citizens. In addition, we annually inspect all Idaho jails for adherence to Jail Standards, manage the Idaho VINE program, facilitate the Sheriffs Sex Offender registration program, work with DEA on marijuana grow eradication efforts, provide scholarships, and perform a host of other activities to assist Sheriffs in the performance of their duties. Read more about the Office of Sheriff here.
Swearing in Ceremony
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue is sworn in as President of the Association at the December conference in Boise by outgoing President Sheriff Len Humphries. The nine member board of directors is also sworn in by Sheriff Humphries.
During      the      legislative      session      the Sheriffs’   Association   introduces   bills   and monitors   others   that   are   important   to   law enforcement.   The   association’s   position on   these   bills   can   be   viewed   by   following LEGISLATION
The Idaho Sheriffs Association and Jail Administrators Association Conference May 15-17, 2018 in Coeur d’Alene           Registration
Idaho Sheriffs’ Association  
Idaho Sheriffs’ Association  3100 S. Vista Ave. Ste. 203, Boise, ID 83705

WHO WE ARE

The Idaho Sheriffs’ Association incorporated as a non-profit in 1962 to promote the Office of Sheriff and enhance law enforcement professionalism by facilitating training, communication, and providing public safety services to Idaho citizens.
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue is sworn is as the Idaho Sheriffs Association’s 2018 President
Sheriffs and Jail Administrators Conference in Coeur d’Alene May 15-17, 2018 Registration
Idaho Sheriffs’ Association