Star Law Enforcement
Ada County Sherriff
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Chief Laraway began his career at the Ada County Sheriff's Office in 1996 as a detention deputy in the
Ada County Jail. He later moved from the jail to patrol and, in 2005, was promoted to the rank of sergeant.
Soon after his promotion, Laraway was named Chief of Kuna City Police where he served until 2007 before returning
to patrol, supervising teams in unincorporated Ada County.
Chief Laraway lives in Kuna with his wife and two children and says that helps him understand the unique needs of a small community. He is committed to continuing the successful partnership between the Sheriff's Office and the City of Star. Chief Laraway enjoys hearing from members of the community, so stop by the Star Police station and say "hello"!
I was hired by the Ada County Sheriff's Office in August of 2013. Prior to Ada County I was employed by the Canyon County Sheriff's Office. My time with Canyon County I have worked in the Jail, Patrol, Detectives, SWAT, Street Crimes Unit and was assigned to the U.S. Marshal Greater Idaho Fugitive Task Force. I serve part time with the Idaho Army National Guard and have served two tours in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. I enjoy building muscle cars and spending time outdoors with my family.
Deputy Dagan Fluke
Deputy Fluke has worked for the Ada County Sheriff's Office since 1997. He spent the first three years of his career working in the Ada County Jail before transferring to patrol. During his years in patrol he has spent time assigned to North Ada County, South Ada County, Kuna City Police, and has also spent a summer working lake patrol at Lucky Peak. Prior to Law Enforcement Deputy Fluke was a Gunner's Mate in the United States Navy for five years, stationed aboard the USS Holland (AS-32) in Guam, and the USS David R. Ray (DD-971) in Everett, Washington. He has four children and enjoys spending time with them while camping, fishing, hiking or just going for a picnic in the park. He also loves to cook and has played the drums since he was ten years old. He is an avid football fan and in his own words "bleeds Boise State Bronco blue and orange" and has loved the Pittsburgh Steelers since he was about four years old. Deputy Fluke is an Idaho native and has lived in Idaho his entire life with the exception of his years in the Navy.
Deputy Ian Hale was born and raised in Roseville, California. After completing school,
he didn't immediately go into law enforcement but spent nearly a decade running his own
landscape maintenance business. He also became a father to three wonderful children,
a daughter and two sons, during those years.
In 2004, Hale attended the Sacramento County Sheriff's Academy where he became a certified peace officer. He spent a short time working as a deputy for the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office before moving to Idaho in 2005.
Shortly after moving to Boise in March 2005, Deputy Hale joined the Ada County Sheriff's Office as a detention deputy working in the Ada County Jail. He transferred to Patrol about eight months later. Deputy Hale has worked on teams in both north and south Ada County and spent about two years as a specialized deputy focused on DUI enforcement. He is happy to now be working patrol in the great city of Star. When Deputy Hale is not on patrol, he enjoys fishing, sports and spending time with his family.
I have over 20 years of Law Enforcement experience, I have worked as a 911 dispatch, a Jail Tech, a Juvenile Detective SRO and a Patrolman. I have worked in almost all divisions in the Ada County Sheriff's Office and I am now assigned to the City of Star Patrol Division.
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- Community safety
- Public input and participation
- Equal access to criminal justice services
- Protecting the rights and dignity of every person
- Enforcing the law firmly and fairly
- Employees who are committed to excellence