The Davis County Jail is located in Farmington, Utah at 800 West State Street 84025. The jail staff can be reached by calling (801) 451-4200.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Davis County Jail fill out the form at the top of this page.
Bail Bondsman for Davis County Jail can be found using the bail bondsman form at the top of this page. Bonds can be posted using a surety bail bond. By using a bail bond agent or bail bond company you usually only have to pay 10% of the total bond amount. If you are looking for a Bail Bondsman in Farmington, Utah please use the form on this page. All BailBondPolicy.com Bail Bondsman are licensed through local, county, and state governments to issue bail bonds for Davis County Jail. We validate they have a valid business license and surety bond license.
You can visit inmates of Davis County Jail at the following days and times.
To mail an inmate please send a letter to the address below. Mail can and will be searched by jail staff. Use regular ink/pencil and paper. 3x5 incho photos are allowed but poloraids are not. Pretty much just send a letter or it will not reach the inmate.
His/her Name (Booking Number)
Davis County Correctional Facility
P. O. Box 130
Farmington, UT 84025
Call 1-800-844-6591 to setup a pre-paid account to talk with inmates of Davis County Jail.
Bail Bond Policy is still researching health care conditions at the Davis County Jail.
Bail Bond Policy is still researching how put money on an inmates commissary at the Davis County Jail.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Davis has a total population of 300,827. The population has increased by 61,833 (26%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 1006.9 and covers 299 square miles.
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Residents of Davis experienced 441 crimes in 2011. The #1 unlawful act was arson with 1 instances. The #2 criminality was theft with 148 occurrences. The #3 crime was vehicle theft with 13 reports. The #4 crime was burglary with 42 circumstances. The #5 unlawful act was property crime with 203 violations. The #6 crime was assault with 11 crimes. The #7 violation was robbery with 1 occurrences. The #8 violation was rape with 5 instances. The #9 crime was murder with 0 instances. The #10 infraction was violent crime with 17 circumstances.