The Valley County Detention Facility is located at 107 W. Spring Street in Cascade, Idaho.
This facility is for adults only.
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The primary goal of our Detention Center is the safe, temporary custody of persons subject to incarceration in the Valley County Detention Center.
We accomplish our mission by providing the highest quality Detention Services possible with the resources provided to us. At the Valley County Detention Center we consistently strive to add value to our community by insuring the utmost security and safety of all inmates and the public.
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 the Valley County Sheriff’s Office has established a ZERO-TOLERANCE standard against sexual assault and harassment of inmates. PREA sets the standard that protects Eighth Amendment rights of federal, state, and local prisoners, making the prevention of sexual assault a top priority. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has developed uniform guidelines and procedures to reduce the risk of in-custody sexual assaults and sexual harassment.
Reporting to the Valley County Sheriff’s Office
Victims of sexual assault while in custody can report several different ways.
- Report to a staff member.
- Submit an Inmate Kite to the Medical Deputy.
- Call someone outside the jail (friend, family) that can contact jail administration on their behalf.
- Report the allegation to the national PREA hotline 1-800-656-4673.
- Report it to Rose Advocates in Cascade, ID 208-382-5310.
- Report it to your attorney.
If a victim is no longer in custody they can call Valley County Detention Center Administration at 208-382-7164 or 208-382-7155. Family and Friends that receive information about an incident can contact Valley County Detention Center Administration on an inmate’s behalf.
All reports will remain anonymous. If you fail to report an incident, you could be found to have acted with deliberate indifference towards the victim’s health and/or safety. If you file a false report it could result in criminal charges.
All reported incidents will be investigated by an agency with the legal authority to conduct criminal investigations in the Valley County Detention Center.
Data Review and Corrective Action
The Valley County Detention Center has collected and aggregated data in order to assess and improve the effectiveness of its sexual abuse prevention, detection and response policies, practices and training. This data is readily available to the public and can be found by clicking the following links.
Additional PREA Resources and links
|All visits are at least 20 minutes, but may be longer if time and space allows. Appropriate dress is required. Minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian. A State issued picture ID is required by all visitors.|
Women: Saturday 1:00 to 2:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 to 2:00 PM
Monday 7:00 to 8:00 PM
Men: Saturday 2:00 to 4:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 to 4:00 PM
Monday 8:00 to 9:00 PM
Inmate Correspondence is to be addressed as follows:
Inmate’s Name C/O Valley County Jail PO BOX 1350 Cascade ID 83611
- Inmates may have a Bible, but it has to be a soft bound cover.
- Books may be sent to inmates on the following conditions, books must be sent directly from the book store or publisher. Such as Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, etc.
- No envelopes or writing paper can be sent in to inmates. These items are available on jail commissary.
- All incoming mail must have a complete return address.
Inmates can make phone calls (collect calls only). They cannot receive phone calls. A 3rd party phone company handles all inmate calls. They can be contacted through:
Judgment Sentencing Sign-up
Individuals must sign-up for jail time prior to reporting to jail. This includes court commit and work release time.
For any questions please call Valley County Detention Center at
Fax (208) 382-7175
Sheriff Patti Bolen
Phone (208) 382-7150
Fax (208) 382-7170
Civil (208) 382-7150
Crisis Line (208) 382-5310
Dispatch (208) 382-5160
Drivers License (208) 382-7158
Jail (208) 382-7168
Records (208) 382-7159