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Beaver County Correctional Facility

2270 S 525 W, Beaver, UT, 84713

Phone: 435-438-2862
Fax: 435-438-5206

Box Elder County Jail

PO Box 888, Brigham, UT, 84302

Phone: 435-734-3827

Cache County Jail

1225 Valley View Dr Ste 100, Logan, UT, 84321

Phone: 435-755-1210
Fax: 435-755-1075

Cache Valley Youth Center

2051 N 600 W, Logan, UT, 84321

Phone: 435-713-6260

Canyonlands Youth Home

244 Old Ruin Rd, Blanding, UT, 84511

Phone: 435-678-3140

Carbon County Jail

240 W Main St, Price, UT, 84501

Phone: 435-637-1621

Castle Country Youth Center

1395 S Carbon Ave, Price, UT, 84501

Phone: 801-636-4720

Central Utah Youth Center

449 Highway 118, Richfield, UT, 84701

Phone: 435-893-2340

Daggett County Jail

2350 Hwy 43, Manila, UT, 84046

Phone: 435-784-3518

Davis County Farmington Bay Youth Center

907 W Clark Ln, Farmington, UT, 84025

Phone: 801-451-8620
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Davis County Jail

800 W State St, Farmington, UT, 84025

Phone: 801-451-4200
Fax: 801-451-4223

Dixie Area Detention Center

330 S 5300 W, Hurricane, UT, 84737

Phone: 435-627-2801

Duchesne County Jail

21554 W 9000 S, Duchesne, UT, 84021

Phone: 435-738-0190
Fax: 435-738-0191

Emery County Jail & Sheriff

PO Box 817, Castle Dale, UT, 84513

Phone: 435-381-2404
Fax: 435-381-2200

Garfield County Jail

PO Box 370, Panguitch, UT, 84759

Phone: 435-676-2678

Grand County Jail

125 E Ctr St, Moab, UT, 84532

Phone: 435-259-8115
Fax: 435-259-8651

Iron County Jail

2132 N Main St, Cedar, UT, 84721

Phone: 435-867-7555
Fax: 435-867-7539

Juab County Jail

425 Sheep Ln, Nephi, UT, 84648

Phone: 435-623-1349
Fax: 435-623-2899

Kane County Jail

76 N Main St, Kanab, UT, 84741

Phone: 435-644-4914

Millard County Jail

765 Highway 99, Fillmore, UT, 84631

Phone: 435-743-5585
Fax: 435-743-5302
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Morgan County Jail

PO Box 1047, Morgan, UT, 84050

Phone: 801-829-0590
Fax: 801-829-0605

Piute County Jail

550 Main St, Junction, UT, 84740

Phone: 435-577-2893
Fax: 435-577-2894

Rich County Jail

PO Box 38, Randolph, UT, 84064

Phone: 435-793-2285
Fax: 435-793-3122

Salt Lake County Jail

450 300 E, Salt Lake, UT, 84111

Phone: 801-535-5885

Salt Lake County Metro Jail

3415 S 900 W, South Salt Lake, UT, 84119

Phone: 801-743-5000
Fax: 801-743-7098

Salt Lake Valley Detention Center

3450 S 900 W, South Salt Lake, UT, 84119

Phone: 801-261-2060

San Juan County Jail

PO Box 788, Monticello, UT, 84535

Phone: 435-587-2237
Fax: 435-587-2013

Sanpete County Jail

1500 S Hwy 89, Manti, UT, 84642

Phone: 435-835-2195

Sevier County Jail

835 E 300 N, Richfield, UT, 84701

Phone: 435-896-2660
Fax: 435-896-6081

Slate Canyon Youth Center

1991 S State St, Provo, UT, 84606

Phone: 810-342-7840
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Southwest Utah Youth Center

270 E 1600 N, Cedar, UT, 84721

Phone: 435-867-2500

Split Mountain Youth Center

830 E Main St, Vernal, UT, 84078

Phone: 435-789-2045

Summit County Jail

6300 N Silver Crk Dr, Park, UT, 84098

Phone: 435-615-3723
Fax: 435-615-3747

Tooele County Jail

47 S Main St, Tooele, UT, 84074

Phone: 435-843-3340
Fax: 435-843-4722

Uintah County Jail

152 E 100 N, Vernal, UT, 84078

Phone: 435-789-2511

Utah County Jail

3075 N Main St, Spanish Fork, UT, 84660

Phone: 801-851-4200
Fax: 801-851-4219

Utah State Corrections

255 E 300 N, Gunnison, UT, 84634

Phone: 435-528-6000

Utah State Prison

14425 Bitterbrush Ln S, Draper, UT, 84020

Phone: 801-576-7000
Fax: 801-576-7473

Wasatch County Jail

1361 U.s. 40, Heber, UT, 84032

Phone: 435-654-1411
Fax: 435-657-3580

Washington County Jail

750 5300 W, Hurricane, UT, 84737

Phone: 435-656-6600
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About County Jails

There are over 15,000 facilites that incarcerate offenders across the United States. Jails are usually run by local law enforcement and/or local government agencies, and are designed to hold inmates awaiting trial or serving a short sentence. Prisons are usually run by the state's Department of Corrections for state convicts and the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) federal offenders.

A jail is a secure facility that houses three main types of inmates: people who have been arrested and are being held pending a plea agreement, trial, or sentencing; people who have been convicted of a misdemeanor criminal offense and are serving a sentence of (typically) less than 1 year; and people who have been sentenced to prison and are about to be transferred to another facility.

Jails are operated by a county or city government. Jails are also known as detention facilities. Lockups are facilities in smaller communities where one to a few arrestees can be held for a short time pending transfer to a nearby jail/detention center.

A prison is a secure facility that houses people who have been convicted of a felony criminal offense and are serving a sentence of 12 months or more. Prisons are operated by a state government or the federal government.

There are many types of prisons and they are distinguished by the level of custody the offenders are confined to. There are minimum custody prisons that house non-violent offenders or offenders with short sentences. As the facility is more enhanced for securing the inmates, the level type changes from low to medium to high or maximum. A maximinum prison is also known as a penitentiary, security at the highest level of security.

The number of sentenced inmates entering prisons each day is far less than the number of people delivered at the door of US county jails. People who are going to prison know it in advance. They may be transferred from a jail, taken to prison from court after a conviction, or report to prison on a date set by the court.

People released from prison may be released to parole supervision or to some other type of community program. Or they may be released with no supervision at all, if they have served their full term in prison.