SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER
The Blaine County Sheriff's School Resource Officer Program is a cooperative effort with the Blaine County School District to protect the safety and security of public school students.  The emphasis of this educational program is to recognize and resist pressures that may influence young people to experiment with drugs, gangs, or violence. The program provides a deputy to 6 county schools: Hemingway Elementary, Hailey Elementary, Bellevue Elementary, the Middle School, the Carey School and Wood River High School. The School Resource Officer is responsible for teaching targeted drug education and invaluable personal safety information on the following major topics to Blaine County students:

  • Illegal Drugs including Alcohol, Marijuana & Tobacco
  • Gangs Violence
  • Internet / Cell Phone Safety
  • Bullying
The SRO Deputy is instrumental in dealing with all criminal activity occurring on school property and as a counselor for students. Additionally, the SRO Deputy assists with drug education and other law enforcement related topics in classes, after school programs, field trips and educating school staff about the warning signs of drug usage and gang activities.

POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE
The Police Activities League is a crime prevention program that relies on educational, athletic and other recreational activities to promote trust and understanding between law enforcement and the youth in our community. By participating in P.A.L. activities, young people of Blaine County develop skills, make new friends, and learn new ways to have fun in a safe and healthy environment. The young people who participate in P.A.L. are further rewarded with a positive interaction with the police and develop a sense of "community" that has an effect on their choices the rest of their lives.

  • If your son or daughter is interested in P.A.L. activities, please contact our SRO/PAL Deputy by phone or   email at the numbers listed below.
  • A Liability Waiver, available from the Officer, is required for any child that participates in the P.A.L. activities.
  • Sign-up for each activity can be made 10 days prior to the event.
  • A Calendar of summer activities will be available in May.
  • Summer Employment as Mentors for the P.A.L. Summer Activities League is available for high school students in May.


    Things you should know:
  • Age Requirements 9-16 years of age
  • All Events are FREE of charge
  • Pick up and drop off location is the Blaine County Sheriff's Office in Hailey at 1650 Aviation Drive
  • Rafting Trips you must be 12 years old to attend NO EXCEPTIONS
  • In order to be eligible to participate, sign up no earlier than 10 days prior to the event
  • Call 788-7080 to sign up; Leave your name, phone number and the event date you want to participate in and we will call you back as soon as possible to confirm
  • Overnight trips you do not need to be 12 to attend

 

       2013 PAL Calendar (Print Version)

 

  • June                                          Approximate Times
  • 10 Dinner and Movie                  4:30-11 PM
  • 11 Swimming Hagerman             9 AM– 6 PM
  • 12 Fishing Day                           9 AM– 1 PM
  • 13 Rafting Trip Overnight            8 AM
  • 14 Rafting Trip Return                12 Noon
  • 17 Boise Hawks Baseball             4:30– 12 AM
  • 18 Hiking Day                            9 AM-2 PM
  • 19 Fishing Day                           9 AM-1 PM
  • 20 Rafting Trip Overnight            8 AM
  • 21 Rafting Trip Return                 12 Noon
  • 24 Hiking Day                             9 AM-2 PM
  • 25 Swimming Hagerman              9 AM- 6PM
  • 26 Fishing Day                            9 AM-1 PM

 

  • July                                            Approximate Times
  • 1 Hiking Day                              9 AM-2 PM
  • 2 Rafting Trip Overnight              8 AM
  • 3 Rafting Trip Return                  12 Noon
  • 8 Dinner and Movie                    4:30 PM-11 PM
  • 11 Red Fish Day                         9 AM– 6 PM
  • 15 Hiking Day                            9 AM-2 PM
  • 16 Snake River Stampede           4 PM-12 AM
  • 17 Easley Hot Springs                 9 AM– 3 PM
  • 18 Rafting Trip Overnight            8 AM
  • 19 Rafting Trip Return                12 Noon
  • 22 Fishing Day                           9 AM-1 PM
  • 23 Hiking Day                            9 AM– 2 PM
  • 24 Overnight Trip                       12 Noon
  • 25 Overnight Trip Return            12 Noon
  • 29 Boise Hawks Baseball             4:30 PM-12 AM
  • 30 Fishing                                  9:00 AM-1 PM

 

  • August                                       Approximate Times
  • 1 Roaring Springs Water Park       7:30 AM-7 PM
  • 2 Hiking                                      9 AM– 2 PM
  • 5 Fishing Day                              9 AM– 1 PM
  • 7 Easley’s Swim                           9 AM-6 PM
  • 8 Overnight Trip                          12 Noon
  • 9 Overnight Trip Return               12 Noon
  • 12 Fishing Day                            9 AM-1 PM
  • 13 Hiking Day                              9 AM-2 PM
  • 14 Easley’s Swim                         9 AM– 3 PM
  • 16 Red Fish Day                           9 AM-4 PM

 

To Contact SRO or PAL:
SRO / PAL Deputy Chad Schiermeier (208)788-7080
Blaine County Sheriff's Office
1650 Aviation Drive
Hailey, Idaho 83333
cschiermeier@blaineschools.org


 
 

 

Blaine County Sheriff’s Office

1650 Aviation Drive

Hailey, Idaho 83333

Phone: 208-788-5555

Fax: 208-788-3592

E-mail: sheriff@blainecounty.org