Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center

George Warrell

Director Mini-Cassia Justice Center
1415 Albion Avenue Burley, ID 83318
Phone: (208)878-1000



The Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center is mandated by State Law to take charge of and keep in the county jail, and to take before the nearest Magistrate, those adult individuals who are charged with or convicted of a public offense. Following American Correctional Association and the Idaho Jail Standards it will provide in a most cost effective manner, the highest degree of security for the citizens and the safety for both the inmates and staff of the correctional system.

The philosophy of the facility is predicated upon two basic underlying assumptions:

To maintain inmates in the least restrictive manner given their classification and the instructions of the court, providing a humane, constitutional environment for the secure custody, well being and safe keeping of incarcerated individuals

Inmates shall leave the facility no worse and hopefully better through the education programs offered enveloping adult continuing education, substance abuse programs and rehabilitative community based programs.

The professionally trained staff and management of the Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center are committed to the preservation of the basic human rights and dignity of the inmate population as prescribed by the Constitution of the United States.

How to report sexual assault, abuse or harassment that occurred at the Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center:

For emergencies dial 911

Contact the Cassia County Sheriff’s Office dispatch at 208-878-2251 ext. 7,
or in person at 129 E. 14 th Street, Burley Idaho 83318.

Contact a Cassia County Sheriff’s Detective at 208-878-1106, or

Contact the Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center

  • Lieutenant:  208-878-1136
  • PREA Coordinator:  208-878-1137
  • Shift Supervisor: 208-878-1000

Jail Reports:

Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action. These people were housed in the Cassia County Jail for criminal offenses. This list does not include juvenile offenders. This database is updated frequently, so recent changes in the status of inmates may not appear in this online database. Inmate status can only be confirmed in person or by phone.  Call (208) 878-1000 for information.