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One year ago on Veterans Day, Boise Police Cpl. Holtry, a veteran himself, was shot and seriously wounded in the line of duty. While we will never forget the loss of K9 Jardo, we are forever grateful that the lives of Cpl. Holtry, Cpl. Davis and all the involved officers were spared. On this Veterans Day we are thankful for our brothers and sisters in blue and we salute the veterans who work along side us, those who served in the past and those who are presently serving and protecting this great nation. Thank you for your service. #VeteransDay
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When you work at the Boise Police Department, every day is a great one. But some days are just a little extra special. Saturday was one of those days, as officers got to spend time with the community at "Shop With a Cop" and the Boise Bicycle Project "Kids Bike Giveaway." It was quite the morning...
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Join us for Coffee with a Cop on Thursday at Thomas Hammer on 8th Street. Just coffee and conversation. We hope to see you there!

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Thu 9:30 AM MSTThomas Hammer Coffee Roasting CoBoise, ID
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On #LoveYourPetDay we highlight a few of the pups who make up the Boise Police K9 Unit. Geno, Rocky, and Rosco were enjoying showing off at training this evening at Washington Elementary

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Congratulations to Boise Police Criminal Investigation Division employees Curt and Linda on some recent huge milestones… Combined they have served the City of Boise for 55 years! Also congrats to Detective Miraglia and Victim Witness Coordinator Natalie, who recently received Chief’s Commendations for their tireless and fantastic efforts on an important case.

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It's an exciting day for neighbors in the Vista neighborhood as they now have their very own radar trailer. The trailer was requested by the neighborhood residents serving on the Energize Our Neighborhoods Public Safety Committee several years ago. Needless to say, slowdown in the Vista area! The trailer will be moved around the neighborhood as a reminder to drivers to check their speed. Read more about the Energize Our Neighborhoods project here https://energize.cityofboise.org/projects/.

Update 2/14: Two missing teenagers from LaGrande, OR have been found safe in Buhl and are being reunited with family.

Boise Police would like to thank the public for your tips and for sharing the message. We would also like to thank law enforcement in the Magic Valley for their help in finding these missing teens.

2/13: Officers are searching for missing and endangered teens Sophia and Chelbie. They are from Oregon but may be in the Boise area. Recognize them and know whe...re they are? Call police at 208-377-6790
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The City of Boise is proud to be a welcoming city and proud of our diverse community. Refugees from all walks of life have come to call Boise their home and our Boise Police Department has been integral in helping create a safe and welcoming community for them. http://bit.ly/2EStIRD

Seniors from The Dick Eardley Senior Center took a tour of the police department, hung out with Scout and Officer Nickerson, learned about crime scene investigation and piled into the Chief’s office for a blurry selfie with the Chief!
We hope everyone had fun! #selfiewiththechief

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BPD's mascot dog Scout will be there! Come join us.

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Sat 2:00 PM MSTBoise Public LibraryBoise, ID
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“I want this community to be a successful community” Officer Randy Arthur

Members of the Boise Police Department were featured in a recent documentary called American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise. Funding for the documentary was provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and a screening of the film was held this evening at Boise State University. BPD Refugee Liaison officer Dustin Robinson also participated in a panel discussion after the premier. Thank you to the Carnegie Corporation of New York for showing how trust and community are built in Boise.

You can read their online report here https://medium.com/…/our-town-your-town-welcome-ed65a3070b1e

Boise Police traffic enforcement officers regularly focus their patrols on school zones, neighborhoods where speeding is a concern, and other areas of town in the hopes that education and enforcement will help change poor driving behavior. In the next few weeks officers will be focusing on reminding folks of the state’s “move over” law. Remember, if you see those flashing lights 🚔, you must slow down and move over if possible. Let’s all help make sure everyone is safe out on those roads.

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As we all prepare for winter weather driving, BPD wants to remind drivers to #moveover for emergency workers on the side of the road. First responders face man...y dangers as they respond to crashes and work to keep the public safe, other drivers shouldn’t be one of them. Icy roads increase the potential for accidents and Idaho’s Move Over Law was implemented in 2006 to protect law enforcement, emergency responders and other first responders. The law requires motorist to either move over a lane or slow down below the speed limit when approaching a stationary police or emergency services vehicle. Violators risk a $90 citation.

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Enjoying the big game this weekend? Take advice from Boise Police K9 Vegas: Have a plan, have a ride, get home safely!

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It was a special day for the Boise Police Department as Chief William Bones, with the help of Boise Mayor David Bieter, Council Member Scot Ludwig, and WCA Executive Director Bea Black, unveiled the newest specialty car… The Domestic Violence Awareness Car. “Through awareness, we hope to encourage people to report abuse and increase the understanding that there is help available and no one has to live in fear.”

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To all the kiddos at Pioneer School, thanks for having Scout and his partner Officer Nickerson stop by today! #tricks #safetyfirst #whydontpolicehavepolicecats?

In a time when scams are happening via mail, phone, email, text message and social media, this presentation empowers consumers to spot red flags of ‘phishy’ behavior. Taught by Detective Shelli Sonnenberg, Boise Police Department Financial Crimes Unit, and Darin Solmon, US Postal Service Inspector, this presentation covers common scams targeting our communities and offers tips and red flags to lower the risk of becoming an identity theft victim.

To register, go to: https://parks.cityofboise.org/register-for-classes/ to set up your account (for first time users) or to log in (returning users). Once your account is set up, you will be able to sign in and browse Activities. Use activity number 299101 to search for the Refuse To Be A Victim seminar. Questions? Call 208-570-6070.

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Sat 10:00 AM MSTBoise Police DepartmentBoise, ID
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BPD is made up of both sworn officers and civilian employees who are dedicated to making a difference in our community. #heartforservice

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Big thank you to the civilian members of the Boise Police Department for donating blankets, quilts, mittens, gloves and toys for our clients. We love our friends at the BPD! #WhatCompassionAccomplishes

Boise Police officers and members of the Treasure Valley Fraternal Order of Police are looking forward to the Boise premiere of “Fallen” on Friday. “Fallen” is an award-winning documentary about the challenges of law enforcement and the people behind the badges. BPD Detective Brian Holland recently spoke on KTVB’s News at 4 about the documentary, which will be shown at the Egyptian Theater at 4:30 p.m. and again at 8:00 p.m.
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The award-winning documentary is being shown in Boise Friday.
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