- Aug 16
Officer Jesse Cooper helping out at the teddy bear drive tonight during Caldwell Night Rodeo. Donations can be made at the Dutch Goose!
- Aug 03
Corporal Bendawald caught his trainee, Officer Jesse Cooper, singing to himself in the patrol car this afternoon. Maybe auto tune isn't such a bad idea after all. #flat
- Aug 01
Celebrating the career of Officer Larry "The Hammer" Hemmert. Today is his last day on the job after 13 years of service with CPD and 22 years in the Navy. Congratulations to Officer Hemmert and thank you for your selfless sacrifice to both your country and community. Enjoy your retirement buddy! We hope you catch as many fish as you did criminals!!!!
- Jul 27
Can you help us identify this suspect? The person pictured is responsible for thousands of dollars worth of vandalism by spray painting the word "RAIN" in bubble type letters on local businesses, city property and churches over the past few months in the Caldwell area. If you know this person, please contact CPD via messenger or speak with an officer directly by contacting Canyon County dispatch at 208-454-7531. Your tips can be reported anonymously.
Caldwell Police 24 hour non-emergency phone
We have had some questions and find a lot of people are having problems with the new roundabouts. Here is a picture with a diagram and instructions on how to safely navigate a roundabout
Police Motorcycle Training in Meridian. Story by KIVI Six on your side.
Caldwell Police Officer Randy DeLeon participates in the monthly motorcycle training with ISP to sharpen skills when dealing with aggressive violators along with using the bike for cover.
Please click on the picture above to take you to the video link.
Caldwell Police Department has a new addition to our foyer. It is a Blessing Box.
The Blessing Box is the idea of Lt Joey Hoadley and his wife Mylinda Hoadley. They recognized a need for people not getting assistance after hours when the food banks close. The Blessing box contains non perishable food items along with toiletries to assist people in need. Lt Hoadley got with a builder to have the box built and moved here. The Blessing Box was then filled with items by our first sponsor, Silver Hawk Realty. The motto of this box, "Take what you need , leave what you can."
The Blessing Box is an easy way to help support your community and those in need. If you have questions or would like to donate or sponsor a month, please contact Lt. Joey Hoadley at 208-455-4567
Please click on the pictures below to take you to the video link.
Chief Wyant with Mylinda Hoadley
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