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Salt Lake County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Salt Lake County Arrest Records?

Salt Lake County arrest records are the official documents that local law enforcement agents generate when arresting a suspected criminal. These records typically include the arrestee’s information, such as the individual’s full name, mug shot, and physical descriptors. Arrest records also contain copies of warrants, details of the arrest incidents, and the arresting officer’s information. In Salt Lake County, the Unified Police Department (UPD) takes responsibility for generating and disseminating arrest records.

How Do I Get County Police Reports?

The Unified Police Department (UPD) is the primary law enforcement agency for most cities and communities in Salt Lake County. The UPD is responsible for providing copies of police records such as incident and accident reports. It allows the public to request such records online and by mail. Individuals interested in obtaining police reports may complete the GRAMA Request for Records form, have it notarized, attach a $10 fee, and mail the complete package to the UPD.

Unified Police Department
3365 South 900 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Crime Statistics

There were 54,617 crimes recorded in Salt Lake County in 2017. Compared to the county’s 2013 total, this figure represents a 6.7% rise in the overall crime rate. Incidences of violent crimes reported in 2017 include 44 homicides, 794 rapes, 1,137 robberies, and 2,516 aggravated assaults. Property crime distribution includes 6,830 burglaries, 37,150 larcenies, 6,044 motor vehicle thefts, and 102 cases of arson. The five-year crime trend for Salt Lake County shows that homicide (109.5%), rape (86.4%), robbery (20.8%), aggravated assault (6.9%), larceny (4.9%), and motor vehicle theft (26.2%) rates increased. On the other hand, burglary (4.1%) and arson (16.4%) rates declined in the same period.

What are Salt Lake County Criminal Records?

Salt Lake County criminal records are official documents that provide information on a convicted criminal’s offenses, official prosecution, conviction, and incarceration. These records often include arrest records, court records, and inmate information. In Salt Lake County, the Third District Court is responsible for maintaining criminal records. Statewide, the Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) manages criminal records and makes them available to interested individuals.

How Do I Get Salt Lake County Criminal Records?

Individuals interested in obtaining Salt Lake County criminal records can complete a GRAMA Request Form, have it notarized, and submit it to the Bureau of Criminal Identification office. Requesters will need to provide valid identification and pay $5 for 1 to 10 black and white pages, $25 for 11 to 50 pages, and 50 cents per page every page after that. Color copies cost $1 per page. Requesters can submit the application in person or by mail.

Department of Public Safety
Bureau of Criminal Investigation
3888 West 5400 South,
Taylorsville, UT 84129

How to Find Salt County Sex Offender Information?

While local law enforcement agencies are responsible for registering sex offenders in various Utah counties, the state’s sex offender and kidnap offender registry is available from the Department of Corrections. Interested individuals can use the registry to find sex offenders living in Salt Lake County by name, address, and zip code. This online database also allows the public to search for non-compliant offenders and incarcerated ones.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Salt Lake County Jail?

There are two jails in Salt Lake County: Salt Lake County Metro Jail and Oxbow Jail. Anyone interested in visiting inmates in either prison may call (385) 468-8400 to schedule a visit up to six days ahead. However, the jail administration will not schedule any same-day visits. Inmates are permitted to receive two adult visitors in two thirty-minute visits per week. Adult visitors must present a valid ID and accompany child visitors. Visitors must dress in clothes that hide private body parts and bear no lewd print. The prisons’ official visiting hours are from 9 a.m – 9 p.m., except for 11:00 a.m – 12:30 p.m and 4:00 p.m – 5:30 p.m. Should jail staff call for visitors to exit the visiting area before the scheduled end of the visit, all must immediately comply.

Where and How to Find Salt Lake County Inmate Information?

The Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office oversees the two county jails (Metro and Oxbrow) and maintains their records. It puts daily jail dockets and rosters on its website to help the public find inmates in the county’s jails and those recently released. Another way to locate an inmate in these correctional facilities is to use the online Inmate Lookup Tool provided by the Sheriff’s Office. Requesters can simply give the inmate’s first and last names or a booking number to search the database.

What are Salt Lake County Court Records?

Court records are official documents that detail allegations, proceedings, sworn statements, and affidavits taken under oath. They contain all information related to a specific court case, from initial filing to final judgment. In Salt Lake County, the Utah Third District Court Clerk is primarily responsible for managing court records.

Anyone can access the Salt Lake County District Court records from public terminals at the courthouse. Obtaining copies of court records costs 25 cents per sheet and $4 per certified document. Case records are also available online. Note that accessing the online depository requires subscribing to the service.

Location of all Courts in Salt Lake County

3rd District Court - Salt Lake County (Salt Lake City)
450 South State Street,
P.O. Box 1860,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (801) 238-7300

3rd District Court - Salt Lake County (West Jordan)
8080 South Redwood Road,
Suite 1701,
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: (801) 233-9700

3rd District Juvenile Court - Salt Lake County (Matheson)
450 South State Street,
P.O. Box 140431,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (801) 238-7700

3rd District Juvenile Court - Salt Lake County (West Jordan)
8080 South Redwood Road,
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: (801) 233-9600

Alta Justice Court
P.O. Box 8016,
Alta, UT 84092
Phone: (801) 742-2407
Fax: (801) 742-1006

Bluffdale Justice Court
14175 South Redwood Road,
Bluffdale, UT 84065
Phone: (801) 446-9219
Fax: (801) 446-6332

Draper City Justice Court
1020 East Pioneer Road,
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: (801) 576-6544
Fax: (801) 576-6343

Herriman Justice Court
13011 South Pioneer Street,
Herriman, UT 84096
Phone: (801) 446-5323
Fax: (801) 446-5324

Holladay Municipal Justice Court
4580 South 2300 East,
Holladay, UT 84117
Phone: (801) 273-9731
Fax: (801) 527-2497

Midvale City Justice Court
7505 South Holden Street,
Midvale, UT 84047
Phone: (801) 255-4234
Fax: (801) 567-1696

Murray Municipal Justice Court
688 East Vine Street,
Murray City, UT 84157
Phone: (801) 284-4280
Fax: (801) 284-4285

Riverton City Justice Court
12830 South Redwood Road,
Riverton, UT 84065
Phone: (801) 208-3131
Fax: (801) 446-4274

Salt Lake City Justice Court
333 South 200 East,
P.O. Box 145499,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (801) 535-6300
Fax: (801) 535-6302

Salt Lake County Justice Court
2001 South State Street,
S4200, P.O. Box 144575,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (385) 468-8200
Fax: (385) 468-8223

Sandy Justice Court
Sandy City Justice Center
210 West Sego Lily Drive,
Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: (801) 568-7160
Fax: (801) 568-7166

South Jordan Municipal Court
1600 West Town Center Drive,
South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: (801) 254-6381
Fax: (801) 253-5219

South Salt Lake Justice Court
220 East Morris Avenue,
South Salt Lake, UT 84115
Phone: (801) 483-6072
Fax: (801) 464-6786

Taylorsville Municipal Justice Court
2600 West Taylorsville Boulevard,
Taylorsville, UT 84129
Phone: (801) 963-0268
Fax: (801) 963-0576

West Jordan City Justice Court
8040 South Redwood Road,
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: (801) 256-2290
Fax: (801) 256-2283

West Valley City Justice Court
3590 South Constitution Boulevard,
West Valley, UT 84119
Phone: (801) 963-3590
Fax: (801) 963-3589

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What are Salt Lake County Vital Records?

Salt Lake County’s vital records are official documents that mark significant life events such as births, marriages, divorces, and deaths. The Vital Records Office of Salt Lake County Health Department provides certified copies of birth and death certificates and marriage and divorce abstracts to eligible individuals. Interested individuals can request vital records in person, by mail, and online.

Where and How to Get Salt Lake County Divorce, Marriage, Birth, and Death Records

In Salt Lake County, eligible individuals can obtain copies of birth and death certificates and marriage and divorce abstracts from the Vital Records Office of Salt Lake County Health Department in person, by mail, or online. To apply, individuals must complete an application for a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage abstract, or divorce abstract. These forms are also available in Spanish (birth, death, marriage, and divorce). Requesters must bring along a valid ID, payment (cash, check, money order, VISA, and MasterCard accepted), and the completed form to any of these Vital Records locations:

Ellis R. Shipp Public Health Center
4535 South 5600 West
West Valley City, UT 84120

Salt Lake Public Health Center
610 South 200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Southeast Public Health Center
9340 South 700 East
Sandy, UT 84070

South Redwood Public Health Center
7971 South 1825 West
West Jordan, UT 84088

Requesters must include photocopies of both sides of a valid ID and a check or money order (payable to SLCoHD Vital Records) covering the fees with the completed form when sending a mail request.

SLCoHD Vital Records
660 South 200 East, Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

The first certified copy of a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage abstract, and divorce abstract cost $20, $30, $18, and $18. Each additional certified copy of the same record ordered simultaneously attracts a charge of $10. Individuals that reside in Utah can also request vital records using the state’s online request portal, SILVER. Requesters must subscribe to the service to log an application. Once completed, the portal routes the request through the Salt Lake County Health Department.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Salt Lake County?

The Utah Government Records Access Act preserves the right of the general public to obtain copies of Salt Lake County property records. These records are kept in the office of county officials. To obtain copies of property records, query the office of the custodian officer.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Salt Lake County?

The Salt Lake County Assessor maintains all records of real and personal property in Salt Lake County. The Assessor is also responsible for the assessment of all taxable properties within the county. The Assessor’s Office is located at:

Salt Lake County Assessor
2001 South State Street N2-600
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-7421
Phone: (385) 468-8000

The Salt Lake County Recorder also maintains Salt Lake County property records. It provides important legal documents, information on the property’s current ownership, and other essential information about the property. The Recorder provides an electronic index of property records from 1990 to date in the county. For property records before that time, persons interested in obtaining copies of them have to search the Recorder’s Office at:

Salt County Recorder’s Office
2001 South State Street N1-600
Salt Lake City, UT 84190
(385) 468-8145

How to Look Up Salt Lake County Property Records?

The Salt Lake County Assessor provides an online search option for persons interested in looking up property information. It allows owner search, address search, parcel ID search, property type search, and other searches.

Residents can make use of the Recorder’s Property Watch to obtain information about properties in the county, as well as track any changes made to properties.

Online property search can be carried out with the Salt Lake County Treasurer’s property info search portal. Users can search with the required address or parcel ID.

Location of Salt Lake County Property Assessors

Salt Lake County Assessor
2001 South State Street N2-600
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-7421
Phone: (385) 468-8000