Old-District 5 – South East Idaho

Welcome to the “Gateway” to the Northwest. The men and women who serve with District 5 in Patrol, Investigations, Post, and Forensic Services serve in one of the most scenic and beautiful areas of Idaho. These members of the Idaho State Police play a vital role in providing a variety of law enforcement services to approximately 173,514 people in cities and towns across southeastern Idaho.

They are also an important part of the communities where they live. Many of the members of ISP District Five grew up in and around the area, and because of their commitment to the people, they are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the people in District 5. The ISP District 5 Headquarters office is located in Pocatello. 

Southeastern Idaho is home to a variety of notable landmarks including Bear Lake, Lava Hot Spring, and the Caribou National Forest, as well as many successful manufacturing, technology, and health care industries. People fortunate enough to live in this beautiful part of Idaho enjoy a variety of outdoor activities throughout all four seasons.

The lifestyle, beautiful scenery, and growing economy have made Idaho a great place to live and work.  You can find out more information on why Southern Idaho is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, professionals, and families from the Idaho Department of Commerce and Visit Pocatello.  

ISP District 5 includes Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribous, Franklin, Oneida, and Power Counties.  The district borders the State of Wyoming to the East, and Utah to the South and includes approximately 4,677 roadway miles.  

To help serve people in the rural areas of Southeastern Idaho, ISP District Five includes resident Troopers in Bear Lake, Preston, Malad, Soda Springs, American Falls, and Blackfoot.  These Troopers can respond quickly in the event of an emergency in their area and help support the people and local law enforcement.   


For more information about serving with the men and women of ISP District Five, contact Captain Zweigart at 208-239-9800 or E-Mail. 

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