Welcome to the Rexburg Police Department
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Idaho is consistently among the states with the highest suicide rates. In 2013 Idaho had the 7th highest suicide rate, 47% higher than the national average.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The hotline is FREE, confidential, and always available.
A burglary occurs every 8 seconds, are you protected?The steps we take to make our homes more secure will reduce our chances of being a victim. The typical burglar will choose the path of least resistance, and this includes picking a time when they are least likely to run into the homeowner. Many burglars will spend less than 60 seconds trying to break into a home and only a few minutes once inside. They want to get in and out quickly and don’t want ...
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Rexburg City Ordinance #1030 Prohibits overnight parking on ALL streets within the city limits
From 2 a.m. to 7 a.m.
December 15th to March 1st
This is a friendly informational notice asking for your cooperation
From December 15th - March 1st car owners may be cited and/or the car towed to city impound lots WITH OWNERS PAYING ALL ...
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The Rexburg Police Department, in association with the Madison School District #321, has a School Resource Officer Program which provides the use of four trained and certified full-time Police Officers who will work within the school system. These highly qualified police officers all have a minimum of 4 years law enforcement experience and have completed a 40 hour School Resource Training program. They are also trained as D.A.R.E. ...
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Brief HistoryThe Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was established in May of 2010 by a group of dedicated officers who wished to form a unit to represent the Police Department during ceremonies in the community and to exhibit the utmost respect for those that have died in the service of others. Under the direction of Chief Lynn Archibald the officers worked to put the Honor Guard together. The Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was founded to ...
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