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Payette County Residents and Business Owners

Payette County utilizes the CodeRED Emergency Notification System - an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications.

Emergency Communications Network Inc. (ECN) provides affordable high-speed notification solutions capable of reaching millions of citizens in minutes. ECN’s sophisticated network supports a web-based product suite featuring CodeRED® which enables local government officials to communicate time-sensitive, personalized messages via voice, email and text messaging; CodeRED Weather Warning™ which provides automated alerts to citizens in the path of severe weather just moments after a warning has been issued by the National Weather Service; CheckUp Call™ for scheduling calls to check on at-risk individuals, including the elderly, infirm and latchkey kids; and CodeED® for use by school systems to improve communications with their communities.

The required information includes a street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes) for location purposes and a primary phone number. Additional phone numbers, email and text addresses may also be entered.  

Any questions should be directed to Payette County Sheriff’s Office at 208-642-6006 ext. 1175 For more information about Emergency Communications Network, visit

Caller ID:
The calling number will display 866-419-5000. To hear the last message delivered, simply dial the number back.

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CodeRED Registration

Your contact information remains private and will only be used for critical communications.



Idaho VINE

VINE is Idaho's automated victim notification service. It provides information through its website about the custody status of offenders in Idaho prisons and jails. Idaho VINE also includes the ability to look-up and register for criminal and civil court cases.


The Patrol Division of the Payette County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) provides law enforcement services to the County of Payette.  Aside from county-wide emergency response, the PCSO Patrol Division is also the provider of emergency services to the city of New Plymouth.

The PCSO Patrol Division consists of ten sworn Deputies that are assigned to teams.  Each team is directly supervised by a Corporal and a Lieutenant.  These Deputies are responsible for the initial response to 911 calls, standard calls of service, conducting initial investigations of criminal activity, and completing initial report of these calls for service.

Our Deputies patrol over 410 square miles of land.  They are dedicated to serve and ensure the safety of over 22,000 citizens within our community.

Call 208-642-6006 extension 1175 for all non-emergency calls for service, report follow-up, vin inspection, impounded vehicles/property, ordinance issue, burn notification, civil stand-by, and other types of law enforcement related services.





Our Records Division is responsible for processing and maintaining the criminal reports generated within the Payette County Sheriff's Office jurisdiction.  These reports consist of arrests, citations, complaints, and dispositions.

The Records Division is responsible for packaging information relative to arrests and ensuring documention is available to the prosecutors.

Records Division processes all requests for public records and provides custodial protection of property seized and or lost.

Sex offender registrations are filed with the Records Division.


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