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MHPD News Up-Date ...The Mountain Home Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Patrol Office position. The closing date for applications it December 6, 2017. Testing will take place on December 8, 2017.



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Make Minor Reports Here

If you would like to report on one of the following topics and;
  • This is not an Emergency?
  • The incident occurred within the Mountain Home City limits?
  • There are No Known Suspects?

please use the links below ...

All cases filed online will be reviewed.  Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.

Remember, that filing a false police report is a crime.

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Lost Property
Parking Issues
Traffic Concerns
Vehicle Break-In


Chief Nick Schilz
can be reached at 208-587-2101
or by e-mail at .

Chief Nick Schilz

Last Up-Date - 11/20/2017 10:08:03 AM

Accepting Applications

The Mountain Home Police is always interested in accepting applications for employment. If you are interested, and would like more information, please complete the Mountain Home Police Application and submit it with your resume to;

Mountain Home Police
c/o Careers
2775 East 8th North
Mountain Home, Idaho 83647

For more information, contact Lt. Ron Harmon at 208-587-2101 ext. 1203.

We are always accepting applications at the Mountain Home Police Department and typically schedule two or three testing dates throughout the year.  Make sure to check back often for up coming testing dates.

Note: While the Mountain Home Police Department is always accepting applications, there may not be any openings at the time of your application.  Check this website for openings and up-coming testing dates.

Phone: 208-587-2101 ext. 1203




Silent Witness ...

If you would like to report a Crime and Remain Anonymous, go to the Silent Witness Link to report a crime, child abuse, someone that may have a warrant or other crime information that you may have.

Silent Witness is a tool that we have developed so that you can help keep our community safe.  

Mountain Home Police

Full Time Patrol Officer


Part Time Reserve Officer

Idaho POST Academy Disqualifiers

The Mountain Home Police Department is accepting applications for FULL TIME PATROL and Part Time Reserve Police OfficerIf interested, please review our Personnel Selection Policy for our minimum standards of employment prior to submitting a application. 

  • Completed MHPD Application

  • Copy of your Birth Certificate

  • Copy of your High School Diploma or GED.

  • Copy of your DD214 (if applicable)

  • Copy of any College Transcripts

For additional information and requirements on our current Hiring Process, Click Here or contact Lt Ron Harmon  by E-Mail or by Phone at 208-587-9637 ext. 1203.

Qualified Applicants will receive testing notification by US Mail, E-Mail or by Phone.        

Go On Vacation with Peace of Mind ...
Are you getting ready for a vacation and you are wanting to have some peace of mind before you leave town?  The Mountain Home Citizens On Patrol may be able to help. 

Complete the Citizens On Patrol Vacation Watch Request, sign it and return it to the Mountain Home Police Bureau at least two weeks before you leave.  While you are away the Citizens On Patrol will check your premises as often as commitments allow. The City of Mountain Home and the Citizens On Patrol will not be held liable for any loses to your property while you are away. 

Some things to consider, leave a light on, stop your mail and news paper delivery while you are away.  Remember to include on your vacation watch request who the emergency contact person will be as well as anyone that you have allowed to be on your property while you are away.

Join the Citizens On Patrol ...

Mountain Home Citizens On PatrolThe Mountain Home Citizens On Patrol started with just four members in 1994 and in time grew to as many as forty.  While membership numbers may fluctuate, the program is still able to get patrols out to assist as additional eyes and ears for the police and in our community.  Currently, the Mountain Home Citizens On Patrol has five marked cars equipped with two way radio and top lights so that they can assist with traffic control, funeral escorts, assist air ambulance service, vacation watch request and other details as directed.

For the next few months the Mountain Home Citizens On Patrol will be recruiting new members. If you are looking for away to give back to your community, contact Sergeant Dan Dack or complete the form for more information on how you can help.

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