The Canyon County Sheriff’s Office Administration consists of Sheriff Kieran Donahue, Chief Deputy Douglas S. Hart, the Office of Professional Standards, Emergency Management, Spillman Applications, Training, Finance, Purchasing and Statistics.  Each section in Sheriff’s Administration is supervised by a highly trained and experienced Deputy.  Each of these units work closely with the other four sections of the Sheriff’s Office and strive to provide the highest level of service.

Sheriff Donahue

Sheriff Kieran Donahue has been in law enforcement since 2004. Donahue has held several positions within Canyon County Sheriff’s Office: including Detention Deputy, School Resource Officer, Narcotics Detective, Metro Violent Crimes and Gang Task Force Officer and Detective Corporal for the Criminal Investigation Section. Sheriff Donahue was the first Canyon County Sheriff’s Office member to be assigned to the FBI Metro Violent Crime and Gangs Task Force in the Treasure Valley.

Sheriff Donahue joined the administration as Chief Deputy in 2012. He has extensive experience in multi-defendant, complex, long-term investigations. That extensive experience has helped Sheriff Donahue build strong working relationships with law enforcement and public safety partners in local, state, and federal agencies throughout the valley; a valuable asset to the Sheriff’s Office.

Chief Deputy Hart

Douglas S. Hart was appointed by Sheriff Kieran Donahue to serve as his Chief Deputy in October 2022. Chief Deputy Hart joined the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office afterChief Deputy Douglas S. Hart a distinguished 27-year career with the FBI, where he served as the Supervisory Senior Resident Agent in Southern Idaho from 2015-2022. Prior to that, Hart served as the Task Force Coordinator for the Treasure Valley Metro Violent Crime Task Force from 2008-2015, where he oversaw numerous large-scale, multi-defendant investigations into criminal gang and drug trafficking organizations. Hart also served assignments on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation and the Honolulu Organized Crime Drug Squad before becoming Task Force Coordinator in 2008.


Welcome to Spillman Applications

Spillman Administration Office provides software administration of the Spillman Public Safety System. The Spillman software is comprised of three main areas.

  1. Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD). This software module is used to manage calls from multiple sources using multiple agencies in response to those calls. This system provides valuable data such as name, address, vehicle, and premises information. The system works in conjunction with Mobile Data Centers (MDC) located in each emergency vehicle and allows responding units to see and access the same valuable information.
  2. Records Management System (RMS) is used by the Sheriff’s Office to input, manage and extract critical law enforcement information for use by Officers, prosecutors, and various city, state and federal agencies alike.
  3. Jail Management System (JMS). This module offers the Sheriff’s Office a platform in which we can book, house, and release inmates. This system also allows us to track and store arrest and offense history.

Each of the above modules are integrated and linked to one another giving Canyon County authorities valuable information to assist in the following:

  • Criminal Investigation
  • Solving Crimes
  • Criminal convictions
  • Criminal history and associations
  • Crime Analysis
  • Crime prevention
  • Data Sharing and Interoperability among other Agencies.
  • Public Safety
  • EMS Response
  • Fire Response
  • Animal Control

The following agencies are all connected and use the central Spillman System located at the Canyon County Courthouse:

  • Caldwell Police Dept
  • Caldwell Fire Dept
  • Canyon County Paramedics
  • Middleton Fire Dept
  • Melba Fire Dept
  • Nampa Police Dept
  • Nampa Fire Dept
  • Parma Police Dept
  • Parma Fire Dept
  • Wilder Police Dept
  • Wilder Fire Dept
  • Immigration Customs Enforcement

If you have questions or comments please contact our office.

Spillman Office Team (Ron Humphrey and Forrest Smith)

Welcome to the CCSO’s Training & Personnel Services

The Training Section is dedicated to providing excellent service to the employees of the Sheriff’s Office and is tasked with the responsibility of ensuring the proper training and certification of all Deputies. If you have any questions regarding training, certification, or hosting a class with our agency, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Contact CCSO Training
Cpl. Trevor Heim  |  Training Specialist
208-455-5974  |

Jessica Evans  |  Customer Service Specialist
208-454-7548  |

The Personnel Office administers and manages the personnel functions within the Sheriff’s Office. Our main goal is to provide the necessary assistance to our 300+ employees and volunteers as well as service the general public. Our duties include recruitment, testing, and selection of employees, including background investigations, and physical agility testing. Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career that offers the opportunity to make a positive impact within a flourishing community? Do you have a commitment to excellence and a genuine interest in law enforcement? If so, the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office wants you!

The public deserves the best service we can provide and the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office prides itself in putting the citizens first. If you would like to join our team as we serve our community, you are encouraged to submit an APPLICATION today.

Contact CCSO Personnel
Lieutenant Doug Gately: (208) 455-6029
Sergeant Tammy Bartlett: (208) 453-4846


1115 Albany St Rm.137
Caldwell, ID 83605


P 208-454-7510



Weekdays 8am – 5pm
(excluding holidays)


Non-Emergency Dispatch




ATTORNEYS: If you have a client in custody within our facility and would like your calls to or from your client to be without charge and protected from recording and or monitoring please contact classifications at 208-455-5977.