How is Neighborhood Watch organized?
The Idaho Falls Police Department supports the implementation of Neighborhood Watch groups in our Community. Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime, solve problems, and improve the quality of life in your area. Your neighborhood watch group becomes the “eyes and ears” of the police and we work with you to help solve the problems in your neighborhood.

If you're interested in forming a Neighborhood Watch group within the City of Idaho Falls limits, please contact the Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Joelyn Hansen.

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1. Where is the Police Department located?
2. What are the business hours of the Idaho Falls Police Department?
3. How do I contact the Police Department?
4. Can the police really do all that stuff I see on C.S.I. and other TV shows?
5. How is Neighborhood Watch organized?
6. We would like a speaker for our meeting. Who do we call?
7. I am interested in having my child safety seat inspected to make sure it was installed correctly. Does the Idaho Falls Police provide this service?
8. How do I get a Vacation Watch on my house while I am gone?
9. How do I become part of the Citizens Watch program?
10. I bought a used car and need to have the VIN inspected before I can register it. How can I get a VIN inspection?
11. When does a traffic accident report have to be completed?
12. I just moved to Idaho. When do I have to obtain an in state driver's license and vehicle registration?
13. What are the penalties for impaired (D.U.I.) driving in Idaho?
14. How many officers are in the Department?
15. Where can I find an organizational chart of the Police Department?