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700 S. Stratford Drive, Meridian, ID 83642

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Idaho State Police


Crime in Idaho 2010




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Byrne JAG District 6

Grant Grantee Objective



Bonneville County Prosecutor's Office

Integrating Prosecutor's Data with Law Enforcement


Project Director: Bruce Pickett

(208) 529-1350

Case management software is designed specifically to provided tools to maximize the prosecuting attorney's office and court resources and to generate reports for analysis by prosecutors and law enforcement. The goals of this project include electronic management of prosecutor case files, preload data for electronic exchange of information with courts and analyze statistical and budgetary data generated by case management reports.



Jefferson County Juvenile Probation

System Improvement: Ensuring Implementation with

Fidelity the 16 Strategies

Project Director: Tammy Adkins (208) 745-8244

This project will build on the existing 7th Judicial District collaborative efforts of the juvenile drug courts and the pilot juvenile mental health courts that have been designed to reduce the flow of juvenile offenders with mental health, substance abuse, and criminogenic behavior disorders to IDJC custody. The project provides the leadership which is critical to the success of the drug court in coordinating the efforts of all the stakeholders – Judges, Implementation Committees, court administrator, probation officers, treatment professionals and volunteers.



Madison County Sheriff's Office

Easern Idaho Upper Valley Major Crime Task Force

Project Director:

Madison County will hire two full time deputies to work together with eight other counties as part of an Eastern Idaho Upper Valley Major Crime Task Force. The main focus of the task force is disrupting the trafficking and use of illegal drugs and associated major crimes in Eastern Idaho.



Madison County Sheriff's Office

Regional Automated License Plate Reader Project

Project Director: Roy Klingler (208) 356-5426

Madison County Sheriff's Office seeks to purchase one portable Automatic License Plate Reader. The plate reader will be connected to the NCIC system checking for wanted plates that include stolen vehicles, amber alerts, to wanted terrorists that have been attached to the NCIC system or other available data bases. The system will improve officer efficiency, enforcement, stolen vehicle recovery, officer safety and provide better intelligence.