Utah County Utah Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(871)Utah County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Utah County Jail3075 North Main StreetSpanish ForkUT84660801-851-4302
Utah County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Utah County Sheriffs Judicial Services151 South University AvenueProvoUT84601801-851-4030
Utah County Sheriffs Office / Utah County Jail3075 North Main StreetSpanish ForkUT84660801-343-4000
Slate Canyon Youth Center1991 South State StreetProvoUT84606810-342-7840
Utah County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Utah County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison152
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail625
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies210
Jail Population Held for ICE210
Pretrial Jail Population415
Female Pretrial Jail Population90
Male Pretrial Jail Population202
Total Jail Admissions14,252
Total Jail Population894
Female Jail Population147
Male Jail Population688
Asian Jail Population20
Black Jail Population21
Latino Jail Population152
Native Jail Population21
White Jail Population615
Total Prison Population843
Female Prison Population81
Male Prison Population762
Total Prison Admissions390
Female Prison Admissions63
Male Prison Admissions327
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions8
Latino Prison Admissions52
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions313
Other Prison Admissions17
Asian Prison Population12
Black Prison Population24
Latino Prison Population111
Native Prison Population6
White Prison Population674
Other Prison Population16

Jail Records – Where to Get Them

It’s no secret that you can look up jail records by going to your local county clerk’s office and requesting them. But why do they only list what is on their database, you ask? Well, there are several reasons. The county clerk usually has to make a personal decision whether or not the public should be allowed to have access to these documents and they rarely do.

Jail records are considered to be public record and should be available to anyone who requests them. They are state files so they are supposed to be up to date and legible. So why aren’t they? Well, for one thing, they cost money to get. Since they are considered public documents, the state of Utah and each of its counties have to cover the costs involved to keep them up to date.

The best way to get the jail records that you want is to go online and do a public records search. There are many websites online where you can do a free search to see if you can find the information that you need. If you do find something, it usually won’t be very accurate since it’s just based on what the jail admission records say. But it’s a start!

You can pay to access the jail records online, but this is no guarantee that you’re going to find out the truth. In order to gain access to the jail records online, you would have to pay a fee. It would cost you between forty five and ninety dollars per record depending on how many you want and the site you use. So it really isn’t a cheap process… but it isn’t free either.

One of the problems with doing a jail records search online is that all of the information is highly unofficial and unverifiable. This means that if you get lucky and find something, you might not be able to publish it right away without getting in trouble with your employers, landlords, and school principals. The information also doesn’t mean anything if the person has committed another crime since their conviction was less than two years ago.

Jail public records are considered public domain, which means that anyone can get them no matter who they are or what they did. This means that you can get access to these records from anyone including ex-partners, friends, employees, and complete strangers. If you’re thinking about doing a jail records search, then you should start by getting a friend or family member to look over the results for you so you don’t get caught with your pants down. If you’re willing to put your mind and body at risk, then you might as well give it a shot.