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This profile was last updated on 12/14/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Detective
    Nampa Police Department
  • Police Officer

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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BoiseWeekly: News: Citizen Boise: Rebecca Lovelace, 14 Dec 2005 [cached]
Detective Angela Weeks with the Nampa Police Department toured that facility and became the visionary for this project.
The Idaho Statesman - Always Idaho, 21 Feb 2003 [cached]
Among those named as defendants were Nampa police, Nampa Police Officer Angela Weekes and the Nampa School District.Weekes could not be reached for comment Thursday.
According to court papers, a few weeks before the incident, Gary had encounters with the resource officer and school officials over disciplinary issues.He previously had been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.His mother and Weekes gave conflicting testimony about previous knowledge that Gary had been diagnosed with Asperger´s Syndrome.
Court papers said that on Feb. 25, 2000, the student again became disruptive and Weekes was again called to the classroom.A decision was made by a school official to clear the room of all students except Gary.As he attempted to leave, Weekes stopped him.A brief struggle ensued, with the boy being pinned to the ground and handcuffed.The boy´s legs were restrained and his hands and legs were tied together behind his back, court records said.
With assistance from two other officers, the boy was carried out to a patrol car, transported to West Medical Center and placed on a mental hold, court records said.
Nampa Idaho Chamber of Commerce, 7 Jan 2006 [cached]
Angela Weekes
Local News - The Idaho Statesman - Always Idaho, 5 July 2004 [cached]
The goal, said Angela Weekes, an officer with the Nampa Police Department, is to "get rid of the rat race victims have to go through to get the help and services they need.
"We are wearing them down in the process," she said.
Weekes said victims will be brought into a secure "dining room," then essential services, from law enforcement to legal aid, will come to them.
Interview rooms won't be sterile police facilities, but rather comfortable rooms with couches and artwork.
The City of Nampa gave the center a $290,000 Community Block Grant to remodel the facility.And the group has applied for nearly a million dollars in other federal grant money.Other community organizations and businesses have donated, as well, Weekes said.
Construction work may begin within months, she said, and the center may open by October.
Weekes said the Nampa center is a pilot project, and she would ultimately like to see it expand throughout the state.
KTVB.COM | Idaho News Weather & Sports | Local News, 4 July 2004 [cached]
"They come to one facility to talk to prosecutors, law enforcement, health and welfare, counselors, clergy, medical personnel where we're not sending them all over our community and sometimes even Boise to get the services they need," said Detective Angela Weekes of the Nampa Police Department.
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