Idaho, nicknamed the Gem State, is the 14th largest state of the US. As of 2016, about 1,683,140 people reside in Idaho. Boise, with a population of 205, 671, is both the capital city and the largest city of the state.
Pocatello is the most dangerous city in the state, while the safest areas are Weiser and Rexburg.
The violent crime rate in Pocatello is 264.3 per 100,000 residents. The same rate statewide is only 215.6 per 100,000 people, which is the 5th lowest in the country. Capital punishment is legal in the state of Idaho.
The poverty rate in Pocatello is 25.3%, while the unemployment rate is only 3.2%. Like Hawaii, Idaho is one of the safest states in the country.
Each County Sheriff’s office is in charge of handling inmate records and mugshots. Some counties do have online searchable databases where results can be generated if you know the name of the inmate. The search results include mugshots.
Counties that don’t offer this information online can be reached by mail, phone or in person.
Information and mugshots for felons can be found on the online database managed by the Idaho Department of Corrections. You can also obtain this information via mail.