Protecting the lives, property, and constitutional rights of people in Idaho since 1919.
|Population: 169,638 (approx.)||Roadway Mileage: 5,888 (approx.)|
District Four stretches from the Utah and Nevada borders on the south to the Sawtooth Mountains and the headwaters of the River of No Return (Salmon River) on the north. District Three to the east and District Five to west form the other boundaries of the district.
Sun Valley and the Sawtooth National Recreation areas in the northern part of the district are popular destinations in District Four.
Other landmarks include the Snake River Canyon, Shoshone Falls (the Niagara of the West), the City of Rocks and the College of Southern Idaho.
District 4 maintains the following facilities: Patrol and Investigations
District 4 Patrol, under the command of Captain Robert Storm, is located in Jerome, the heart of the Magic Valley.
There are 31 employees assigned to traffic patrol enforcement, commercial vehicle enforcement, and support services.
Our mission is providing public safety across the District through Law Enforcement excellence. The District 4 Detective Division is a professional and progressive team dedicated to providing high quality investigations of violations of the Idaho Controlled Substances Act. The Detective Division maintains a staff of seven veteran detectives, one Sergeant, one Lieutenant, one Administrative Assistant, and one National Guard Counter-Drug liaison. The office currently operates a specially equipped unit to respond to clandestine drug labs and in addition a mobile crime scene unit to respond to any crime scene where any violence against a person has been committed.
Our staff focuses their attention to working larger, complex investigations involving violations of the Idaho Controlled Substances Act, including, money laundering, Racketeering, and Drug Conspiracy statutes. The District also responds to the requests for assistance from local and federal authorities in investigations ranging from homicides to serious crimes against property or persons.
Much of the crime rate within the district can be directly linked with the importation, distribution, and use of Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and Marijuana. The related violent crimes in this district associated with the use of Methamphetamine and cocaine continue to be a problem. Therefore we continue to place a strong emphasis toward investigations involving these drugs.
We also partner with local community anti-drug groups at multiple levels. Our partners include the Regional Advisory Council, and Southern Idaho Partners against Drugs (SIPAD), whom promote and support prevention, education, advocacy treatment, and intervention throughout the District 4 area. The District 4 Counter Drug Liaison provides class to elementary through high school on drug prevention. These classes include "Stay on Track", "Project Alert", and "Class Action".
If you suspect someone, or have any information involving drug or criminal activity in this area please contact us.
By providing us with as much information as possible you will better equip us in handling and investigating any incidents.
The Idaho State Police actively solicits information on criminal activity within the State of Idaho. Any information received will be disseminated to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
The anonymity of the sender and the privacy of all information contained in any messages received will be respected.
The Medal of Valor is the highest award of honor that can be bestowed on a sworn officer in recognition for an act of selfless bravery under extreme conditions above and beyond duty requirements.
|James A. Kilton||6/6/2010|
The Silver Star is the second highest award for heroism in the face of danger that may be presented to a sworn officer.
|Ked R. Wills||2/17/1997|
|Ted J. McIntyre||5/30/2009|
The Purple Heart is awarded to a sworn officer who is injured in the line of duty.
The Life Saving Award is awarded to any employee who saves the life of another person, whether on-duty or off-duty.