If you have COVID-19 symptoms, call your physician first or the Utah Coronavirus information line at 1-800-456-7707.
911 emergency response will continue unaffected. We are encouraging those calling 9-1-1 to let dispatchers know if they or anyone they are with have COVID-19 symptoms to help protect first responders.
Unified Police and Fire are taking extra measures to ensure our safety.
Unified Police, Sheriff’s Department and Unified Fire Authority are operating as usual, with enhanced precautions to avoid virus exposure to public safety officers, the public and individuals currently incarcerated in a County facility.
How can you help? We now have a community Face Coverings project.
Domestic Violence shelters are still open and operating. The 24/7 hotline can be reached at 801-580-7969.
Providing residents with ways to stay safe online and in-public.
Limited access to the Sheriff’s Office and UPD Precinct Buildings.
- Telephonic reporting for minor crimes and incidents
- Limited access to the Sheriff’s Office and UPD Precinct Buildings
- Records requests being handled online or by calling 385-468-9755
- Property released by appointment only call 385-468-9530
- Civil Processes – for questions regarding service of court papers call 385-468-9758
- Internal Affairs inquiries by phone only 385-468-9555
- Escort licensing by appointment only 385-468-9800
- Sex Offender Registration questions 385-468-9800
- Drug drop offs have been suspended
Jail & Prisoners
Metro and Oxbow jails closed to the public however, the visiting lobby will remain open to non-contact attorney visits, law enforcement duties and bail payments.
Prisoners will have the opportunity to reach out to family and friends through phone calls, emails and letters and have been provided three free fifteen-minute phone calls per week while visitation is suspended.