Sheriff James M. Winder works with the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office to protect the public through the booking and detention of individuals who pose a danger to society. While incarcerated, inmates are provided humane care and undergo rehabilitation programs to assist them in avoiding criminal activity upon release. There are five divisions within the Salt Lake County Corrections Bureau: Jail Processing, Jail Housing, Jail Programs, Jail Security and Jail Support. The Corrections Bureau is responsible for all functions related to an inmate’s incarceration. The Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office and community have established partnerships to encourage positive personal development among inmates. Inmate information can be found via the Salt Lake County Inmate Search Database.
For a current inmate search, you can use this site.
Court information can be searched for free at court locations or for a fee using this site.
No, inmates can only make out going calls via collect calls.
Inmates are allowed two visits per week. Visitation schedules and rules can be found here.