There is currently a burn ban in effect for the City of Emmett,
and we are not issuing Burn Permits at this time.

Residents of Gem County have long known that they may call 911 for police, fire or medical assistance. What you may not be aware of is that the Gem County Sheriff’s Office participates within a mass alert notification system for community awareness. They have the ability to send voice and text messages that alert the community to a variety of emergency and non-emergency circumstances. Such messages may be community wide or very specific geographically.  They can also post to social media accounts for Gem County with the latest information for the community to view.


The alert notification system is provided by AlertSense. Stay informed by choosing which alerts you would like to receive, ranging from local crime alerts or severe weather alerts. AlertSense has a simple process in place that enhances our opportunity to contact you via your cell phone, text, email or other means.

 

Click here to sign up for AlertSense today!

Please take a look at some of the moments from this years 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Commemoration that was held at the Freezeout Hill Memorial, Saturday September 11, 2021

On behalf of the men and women of the Emmett Police Department, thank you for visiting our web page and learning more about your police department. We are honored to serve and to be a part of the community.  The Emmett Police Department is a professional police agency that employs 13 sworn police officers, and 2 civilian clerks.  Our department provides 24 hours police coverage to help protect and serve our community. To learn more, click on About Us.

 

The City of Emmett Police Department will safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve. We enforce the law and partner with the community to reduce crime. We will act with integrity and honor at all times with those we serve while maintaining public confidence.

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Police Department

501 E. Main St.

Emmett, ID 83617

Phone: (208) 365-6055

Fax: (208) 365-6062

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

24 Hour Dispatch: 365-3521

Emergency: 911

 

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