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Brief HistoryThe Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was established in May of 2010 by a group of dedicated officers who wished to form a unit to represent the Police Department during ceremonies in the community and to exhibit the utmost respect for those that have died in the service of others. Under the direction of Chief Lynn Archibald the officers worked to put the Honor Guard together. The Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was founded to ...
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A jaywalking ticket fine is $76.50, the Rexburg Police Department offers a class to help violators reduce the fine. Requirements for the class are a payment of $25.00 cash or check; attending a 30 minute class that is offered once a month, and 1 hour of crosswalk duty. Once the class and crosswalk duty have been completed a dismissal letter will be sent to the City Attorney to sign off and then to the Madison County Courthouse for the judge ...
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Kids are required by Idaho State Law to be in a booster seat until they are 7 years old.
FREE CAR SEAT CHECKS!
AT THE REXBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT
25 EAST MAIN ST REXBURG
OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
If we determine that your child needs a new car seat, one will be provided for you at no charge. Child car seats that are ...
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The Rexburg Police Department, in association with the Madison School District #321, has a School Resource Officer Program which provides the use of four trained and certified full-time Police Officers who will work within the school system. These highly qualified police officers all have a minimum of 4 years law enforcement experience and have completed a 40 hour School Resource Training program. They are also trained as D.A.R.E. ...
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