Do You Have What it Takes to Join the Idaho State Police 

“There’s a camaraderie, professionalism, and a spirit of service that defines what it means to be an Idaho State Trooper. We have the freedom to serve anywhere in the state. We take home our patrol vehicles to begin service and respond quickly. We can learn and grow throughout our career while living in a place that truly is the ‘Gem State’. I’m excited about my future with the Idaho State Police”
Trooper. J. Maxfield

      

A CAREER WITH THE IDAHO STATE POLICE CAN OFFER REWARDS FOR A LIFETIME WITH DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH AND ACHIEVEMENT

  • Collision Reconstructionist
  • Field Training Officer
  • Drug Recognition Expert
  • Breath Testing/Impaired Driving Specialist
  • Alcohol Beverage Control
  • Honor Guard
  • Criminal/Narcotics Investigations
  • Crowd Intervention Team member
  • Safety Education Officer
  • Armorer, Firearms Instructor
  • Physical Fitness Instructor
  • Training Officers/Training Academy
  • Crisis Response Team (SWAT)
  • Motorcycle Patrol
  • Commercial Vehicle Safety
  • Executive Protection & Capitol Security
  • Highway Drug Interdiction

Career opportunities in locations throughout Idaho with unapparelled lifestyle, recreation, and education options.

Salaries

PositionHourlyYearly
0-2 Years$22.36$46,508
3-5.9 Years$23.21$48,276
6-8.9 Years$24.07$50,065
Benefits
Qualifications
Process & Training
Retirement
FAQ

Life as an ISP Trooper – HEAR IT FOR YOURSELF!

Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources at 208.334.2263.
Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations.
For information regarding the EEOP, please contact Human Resources at 208.884.7017.
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