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Utah County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Statistics

The Utah Department of Public Safety's Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) records, compiles, and publishes crime data reported by local law enforcement agencies across the state. Records released for 2017 reveal that Utah County recorded 2,068 violent crimes. Assault offenses accounted for almost half of this with 1,004 incidents. The county also recorded 6,045 property crimes. Larceny/theft was the most common crime with 3,189 cases while auto theft accounted for 703 reported incidents.

Criminal Records

The Utah County Sheriff's Office processes request for criminal requests. County residents may obtain a copy of their own records by applying in person at:

Utah County Sheriff's Office
Records Division
3075 North Main Street
Spanish Fork, Utah

Requests must include an application and a valid Utah government-issued ID such as a passport, Utah identification card or Utah driver's license. Applications are received between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. from Monday through Wednesday. The Utah County Sheriff's Office Records also provides copies of accident reports to eligible individuals. To obtain an accident report, eligible parties must send a written request along with photo identification and the required fee.

Criminal history records can also be obtained by contacting the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification at the:

Department of Public Safety
Bureau of Criminal Identification
3888 West 5400 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84129

Requesters can apply in person or through the mail. Requests should include a completed criminal history record application form as well as the expected fee.

How to Find Sex Offender Information

The Utah County Sheriff's office, working with the Utah Department of Corrections, provides access to a public registry that contains a list of registered sex offenders in the county and the rest of the state. Users can search for offenders by name, city or zip code. Searches can also be filtered to exclude sex offenders still held in incarceration.

How to Find Inmate Information

The Utah County Sheriff's Office Corrections Bureau manages the records of individuals currently held in county jails. It provides an online search tool that members of the public can use to search for arrested persons, booking information, status, charges, and other general information. Searches can be filtered by name and arrested date. The office also publishes a list of inmates currently held in its correctional inmate facility.

In addition, the Utah Department of Corrections provides an online offender search tool that members of the public can use to locate inmates held within Utah or other parts of the state. Searches can be conducted by name or using an offender number (if known).

Court Records

The Utah County court system consists of juvenile courts, district courts, and justice courts. District courts have general jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases including Class A misdemeanors and felonies.

In compliance with state laws, most district and justice court records are open to the public. Interested parties can obtain records by contacting the clerk of court for the district. Records are also available via the public terminals located at the courthouse. Utah County has four district courts, located in American Fork, Provo, Salem, and Spanish Fork.

4th District Court - Utah County (American Fork)
75 East 80 North, Suite 202
American Fork, UT 84003

4th District Court - Utah County (Provo)
125 North 100 West
Provo, UT 84601

4th District Court - Utah County (Salem)
30 West 100 South,
P.O. Box 901
Salem, UT 84653

4th District Court - Utah County (Spanish Fork)
775 West Center
Spanish Fork, UT 84660

Court case records can also be obtained via the XChange Case Search platform. It contains a repository of information on justice court and district court cases. To use the platform, interested parties will need to subscribe to the service. Utah is also home to multiple Justice courts which have limited jurisdiction over certain civil and criminal cases, mostly infractions, traffic cases, and Class B and C misdemeanors. Residents can obtain court records directly at any of these locations.

Alpine Justice Court
5400 West Civic Center Drive, Suite 4
Highland, UT 84003
Phone: (801) 772-4525
Fax: (801) 763-1850

Genola Justice Court
275 West Main
Santaquin, UT 84655
Phone: (801) 754-5376
Fax: (801) 754-1699

Goshen Justice Court
275 West Main
Santaquin, UT 84655
Phone: (801) 754-5376
Fax: 801-754-16

Highland Justice Court
5400 West Civic Center Drive, Suite 4
Highland, UT 84003
Phone: (801) 772-4525
Fax: (801) 763-1850

Lehi Justice Court
154 North Center Street
Lehi, UT 84043
Phone: (385) 201-1090
Fax: (801) 768-8405

Lindon City Justice Court
100 North State Street
Lindon, UT 84042
Phone: (801) 785-1971
Fax: (801) 785-4336

Mapleton Justice Court
125 West 400 North
Mapleton, UT 84664
Phone: (801) 489-7445
Fax: (801) 489-5657

Orem City Justice Court
97 East Center Street
Orem, UT 84057
Phone: (801) 724-3900
Fax: (801) 724-3934

Payson City Justice Court
439 West Utah Avenue
Payson, UT 84651
Phone: (801) 465-5210
Fax: (801) 465-5223

Pleasant Grove Justice Court
Public Safety Building
70 South 100 East
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Phone: (801) 785-9461
Fax: (801) 785-8304

Provo City Justice Court
75 East 1700 South, Suite 100
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801) 852-6878
Fax: (801) 494-1091

Saratoga Springs Justice Court
1307 North Commerce Drive, Suite 200
Saratoga Springs, UT 84043
Phone: (801) 766-6508
Fax: (801) 766-9794

Springville Justice Court
110 South Main Street
Springville, UT 84663
Phone: (801) 489-2707
Fax: (801) 491-7815

Utah County Justice Court
151 South University Avenue, Suite 3300
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: (801) 851-7200
Fax: (801) 851-7201

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Vital Records

How to Find Divorce Records

Record of divorces in the county can be obtained by contacting the Utah County clerk or the Clerk of the District Court where the divorce was granted. In addition, the Utah Department of Health maintains copies of short-form certified divorce records for events that occurred between 1978 and 2008.

How to Find Birth and Death Records

Residents of the city can obtain birth/death records at the Utah County Health Department. Access to records is restricted to only eligible persons, namely the individual on record, immediate family members (step-parents and in-laws not included) and legal representatives.

To obtain a birth/death records, interested parties must submit a completed application for birth record form or application for death record form. Requesters will need to provide a copy of a valid photo I.D such as a state issued ID driver's license or passports. Applicants will also need to specify why they require a birth/death certificate as well as the number of copies required. The department processes walk-in requests at the:

Main Office
151 S. University Ave
Provo, UT 84601-4427
Phone: (801) 851-7000

North County Office
599 South 500 East
American Fork, UT
Phone: 84003-2529

Payson Health Department
285 N 1250 E, 3rd floor
Payson, UT 84651

How to Find Marriage Records

Marriage records are issued by the Utah County Clerk's Office located at the Administration Building, 100 East Center, Suite 3600 (3rd Floor), Provo, UT 84606. The office accepts applications between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Utah County?

Utah property records are subject to public inspection and retrieval as stipulated in the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). Property records are housed with the Utah County Recorder, interested persons can visit the recorder’s office located at:

Utah County Recorder
100 E Center Street
Room 1100
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801) 851-8179
Fax: (801) 851-8181

Where and How to Find Property Records in Utah County

All property records of properties found within Utah County, Utah can be obtained for free via the online search portal. In-person visits and inquiries can be directed to the Utah County Recorder’s office located at:

Utah County Recorder
100 E Center Street
Room 1100
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801) 851-8179
Fax: (801) 851-8181

How to Look Up Utah County Property Records

Utah County records can be retrieved via the online search database. Interested persons can check for records via a large number of search criteria including name search, address search, Utah serial number search, parcel serial number search, development or subdivision name, appraisal information, property valuation, tax delinquency, serial history, or map searches. The search fee is free for members of the public who wish to retrieve and inspect these records. To obtain physical records visit or contact the Utah County Recorder’s office located at:

Utah County Recorder
100 E Center Street
Room 1100
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801) 851-8179
Fax: (801) 851-8181

Location of Utah County Property Assessors

Utah county assessors access properties based on two distinct categories; Real Property - Residential, commercial buildings, agricultural and vacant land. Personal Property - Equipment, including leased and rented, that is used to operate a business. This includes furniture, shelves, light fixtures, supplies, etc. The Utah County Assessor's office is located at:

Utah County Assessors
100 E Center Street
Room 1100
Provo, UT 84606
Real Property: (801) 851-8244
Personal Property: (801) 851-8295