ACSO Annual Report goes citizen-centric
We feel strongly about sharing information with members of our community -- information that helps you understand what we do at the Ada County Sheriff’s Office and why. We are proud of the services we provide and appreciate the opportunity to share that with you.
To help the ACSO accomplish that, we have adopted the Association of Government Accountants Citizen-Centric Reporting model. The four-page report is designed to explain the agency, what we do, our achievements, challenges and provide financial accountability. The AGA calls it a “proven model for public agencies to reestablish trust between government and the people.” Using a consistent format will also allow you to easily compare information from one year to the next.
We encourage you to learn more about the ACSO. Click the link below to read our 2012 ACSO Annual Report.
As a time-saving option for our clients, we have provided online links to two commonly-used forms.
The Initial Intake Form is for new misdemeanor probation clients. Please download and complete the form before your first appointment with your probation officer. Call the probation office at 577-3380 to schedule your first appointment.
After the first appointment with your probation officer, please print and complete the Monthly Check-In Form prior to your monthly follow-up meetings.
Completed forms can be faxed to 577-3389, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or brought to the appointment with your probation officer.
Ada County Jail Video Visitation
No more hours of waiting, long lines and crowded, noisy visits. Friends and relatives now visit with inmates at the Ada County Jail online through our video visitation system. Watch the video below to learn more about what online visits means for you or click here to schedule your next visit.
Want to learn more about using the online video visitation system? Click here to watch a short tutorial that walks you through the simple steps necessary to get started.
If you have questions about video visitation, email us or call the Ada County Jail at (208) 577-3113.
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