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Utah Inmate Records

Utah inmate records contain a compilation of personal and official information of persons detained or serving jail sentences within the state of Utah. In compliance with the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act, all or some of this information is available for public perusal. Persons who obtain these inmate records can expect to see the inmate's bio-data, criminal information, and sentencing information, including charges, identification numbers, bail/bond amounts, sentence duration, and release dates.

Inmate records are considered public in the United States and therefore are made available by both traditional governmental agencies as well as third-party websites and organizations. Third-party websites may offer an easier search, as these services do not face geographical limitations. However, because third-party sites are not government-sponsored, the information obtained through them may vary from official channels. To find inmate records using third-party aggregate sites, requesting parties must provide:

  • The location of the sought-after record, including state, county, and city where the inmate resides.
  • The name of the person listed in the record, unless it is a juvenile.

Facilities Operated by the Utah Department of Corrections

The Utah Department of Corrections is charged with overseeing the operations of correctional facilities situated within state limits, including two state prisons and 20 county jails. The list below contains the physical addresses and contact information of correctional facilities in Utah:

Utah State Prison
14425 Bitterbrush Lane
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: (801) 576-7000

Central Utah Correctional Facility
255 East 300 North
Gunnison, UT 84634
Phone: (435) 528-6000

Beaver County Jail
2270 South 525 West
Beaver, UT 84713
Phone: (435) 438-1451

Box Elder County Jail
52 South 1000 West
P.O. Box 888
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: (435) 734-3839

Cache County Jail
1225 West Valley View, Suite 100
Logan, UT 84321
Phone: (435) 755-1000

Davis County Jail
800 West State Street
P.O. Box 130
Farmington, UT 84025-0130
Phone: (801) 451-4200
Fax: (801) 451-4225

Duchesne County Jail
21554 West 9000 South
P.O. Box 10
Duchesne, UT 84021
Phone: (435) 738-0190
Fax: (435) 738-0191

Garfield County Jail
375 North 700 West
Panguitch, UT 84759
Phone: (435) 676-2678

Grand County Jail
125 East Center Street
Moab UT 84532
Phone: (435) 259-8115
Fax: (435) 259-8651

Iron County Jail
2136 North Main Street
Cedar City, UT
Phone: (435) 867-7555

Juab County Jail
425 West Sheeplane Drive
P.O. Box 133
Nephi, UT, 84648
Phone: (435) 623-1344

Kane County Jail
971 East Kaneplex Drive
Kanab, UT 84741
Phone: (435) 644-4914

Millard County Jail
765 South, UT-99
Fillmore, UT 84631,
Phone: (435) 743-5585

San Juan County Jail
297 South Main Street
P.O. Box 788
Monticello, UT 84535
Phone: (435) 587-2237

Sanpete County Jail
1500 South Highway 89
P.O. Box 130
Manti, UT 84642
Phone: (435) 835-2191

Sevier County Jail
835 East 300 North, Suite 300
Richfield, UT 84701
Phone: (435) 896-2660

Summit County Jail
6300 Justice Center Road
Park City, UT 84098
Phone: (435) 615-3701

Tooele County Jail
1960 South Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074
Phone: (435) 882-5600

Uintah County Jail
641 East 300 South
Vernal, UT 84078,
Phone: (435) 781-1300

Wasatch County Jail
1361 US-40
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: (435) 657-1619

Washington County Jail
620 South 5300 West
Hurricane, UT 84737
Phone: (435) 656-6500

How Do I Send Money to an Inmate in Utah?

Inmate account deposits are generally made through facility-approved vendors. For state-run prisons, deposits can be made via Access Corrections and CashPay Today. The process requires completing a payment form for deposits made via mail or by calling (866) 345-1884 for phone deposits. In-person cash deposits may also be made at kiosks in visiting areas. In any way, the depositor must provide the inmate's full name, housing location, and identification number in order for the payment to be processed. All queries relating to inmate deposits and accounting may be made to (844) 340-2274.

How Do I Visit Inmates in Utah Prisons and Jails?

Generally, persons who wish to visit inmates in Utah prisons must be on the inmate's visiting list. Interested persons must first complete a visitor application form and send the application form in a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the prison administrator's office.

Utah State Prison Visiting Office
P.O. Box 250
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: (801) 576-7051


Central Utah Correctional Facility Visiting Office
P.O. Box 898
Gunnison, UT 84634
Phone: (435) 528-6500

Approved visitors must schedule visitations ahead of time and follow visitation guidelines during all in-person visits. Generally, the visitor must be properly dressed and present a valid, government-issued photo ID during visitations.

Meanwhile, friends and families can send letters to inmates on single-layer white papers enclosed in white envelopes without any paint, chalk, crayons, markers, or highlighters on the envelope or its contents. All letters must be addressed as follows:

  1. Inmate name and offender number
  2. Facility name
  3. Facility address
  4. P.O. Box

How to Perform a Utah Prison Inmate Search

The Utah Department of Corrections maintains a unified database of incarcerated persons in Utah on the prison lookup tool. Interested persons may perform a free inmate search by name to obtain information on incarcerated persons. Information unavailable by using this search tool may be obtained by querying the corrections staff of the facility where the inmate is located.

How to Perform a Utah Jail Inmate Search

Most county jails maintain independent online search tools that interested persons can use to check if someone is in jail. The information obtained by using such tools may include details of the inmate's location, arrest, booking information, primary charges, bail or bond conditions, and prospective court dates. Besides these online search tools, interested persons may visit the sheriff's office or local police department in person during business hours for inmate records.

The Difference between Utah State Prisons and County Jail

There are a total of 29 state prisons and county jails in Utah. Of these, 2 are operated by the state, while the remaining 27 are managed by the counties. The average daily population of all the facilities is around 5,200 inmates.

The largest facility in Utah is the Draper prison which can house up to 2,500 inmates at a time. It is followed by the Wasatch Facility which has a capacity of 1,600 inmates.

The Utah Department of Corrections (DOC) is responsible for the operation of all state-run prisons and jails. They also oversee the probation and parole services for offenders in the state. The DOC employs around 2,700 staff members to work in all the state facilities. This includes around 1,600 correctional officers.

The average annual cost to keep an inmate in a Utah state prison is $22,000. This does not include the additional costs associated with probation and parole services. The recidivism rate in Utah is around 40%. This means that around 4 out of 10 offenders will return to prison within 3 years of being released.

How Do I Find Out an Inmate Release Date?

Inmate release date is available on an inmate's records. Interested persons may obtain this information online or by contacting the jail administrator unless a court or the record custodian makes the information private for safety reasons. In such cases, only the inmate's immediate family members, crime victims, attorneys, and authorized criminal justice officials, will have access to the inmate's exact release date.

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Results are based upon available information from state, county and municipal databases, and may not include some or all of the above details.

Watchtower in Utah State Prison

The facilty opened in 1951 which houses both male and female prisoners in separate units.

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