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Bob Sobba

Police Chief

Caldwell Police Department

HQ Phone:  (208) 455-3116

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Caldwell Police Department

110 N 9Th Avenue

Caldwell, Idaho,83605

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Department of Law Enforcement


Affiliations

DrugFree Idaho Inc

Board Member


Education

Masters Degree

Management and Administration


degree

Social Science

Boise State University


Web References(176 Total References)


About Us | Drug Free Idaho

www.drugfreeidaho.org [cached]

Bob Sobba, Caldwell City Council


People July 31, 2015 - Association of Idaho Cities

idahocities.org [cached]

Allgood's predecessor, Bob Sobba, served on the Caldwell City Council after stepping down as chief.


www.idahopress.com

In an interview with the Press-Tribune, Jones and Mayor Garret Nancolas said they were familiar with the PERSI requirement after former Caldwell Police Chief Bob Sobba later become a city councilman.
“If I remember correctly, (Sobba) had a break in service before. He had met the 90-day requirement,� Jones said. The mayor agreed. “Unless the rules have changed, there must have been something different with Bob,� Nancolas said.


United Way of Treasure Valley

ww2.unitedwaytv.org [cached]

Canyon County police have a vested interest in getting kids off the street, Caldwell Police Chief Bob Sobba said.
Sobba, who will help coordinate the grant after he retires from the police force Aug. 23, said initial research for the grant profiled the top 20 problem youths in Caldwell. Among other common traits, they had not graduated, were truant in school, violated curfews and were involved in petty thefts. That led to the assumption that keeping youths in school could give them other options in life and keep them out of the jail system, he said. In the long term, Sobba said, police hope to see less youth crime as a result of anti-truancy efforts. But that impact is years away, he said. Kids most affected by truancy education are now only 10, 11 and 12, he said.


cityofcaldwell.com

Some other interesting facts about the Caldwell Police Department (as compiled by Robert Sobba in the book, "The History of the Caldwell Police Department):
(courtesy of Robert Sobba) Robert Sobba from November, 1999 to August, 2007 Robert Sobba from December, 1984 to December, 1994


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