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Join Boise Police Department
We’re looking for officers with sound judgement and decision-making skills, who demonstrate honest, ethical and high moral character and who are committed to serving our community.
Join Boise Fire Department
Boise Fire Department seeks to attract and maintain a diverse workforce that honors and respects our individual and group differences and builds trust in the community we serve.
Neighborhood Contact Officer
Community Policing is both a philosophy and an organizational strategy that allows police and community residents to work closely together in new ways to solve the problems of crime, fear of crime, physical and social disorders, and neighborhood decay.
The Boise Police Department Victim-Witness Program was developed in 1990 in response to a need for crisis intervention and support services for victims, witnesses and survivors of violent crimes.
Police Most Wanted
Working closely with local law enforcement agencies and media outlets, community members have helped Boise Area Crime Stoppers become an instrumental part in protecting the Treasure Valley.
Boise Fire Prevention offers many resources for fire education and safety, including: school field trips, a juvenile fire setters program and a fire safe house.
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