The Salt Lake County Jail is located in Salt Lake City, Utah at 3415 South 900 West 84119. The jail staff can be reached by calling (801) 743-5000.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Salt Lake County Jail fill out the form at the top of this page.
About Salt Lake County Jail
The Salt Lake County Metro Jail is located just outside of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Groundbreaking on the facility stared in 1996 and construction was complete on October 17, 1999. The first inmates were moved to the facility in January of 2000. The jail, otherwise known as the Adult Detention Center, can hold approximately 2,084 inmates. The Commander of the Jail is Chief Rollin Cook. The jails security division alone employs 110 people.
Salt Lake County Bail Bond Agents
Inmates of the Salt Lake County Metro Jail who are eligible for bail have a number of options in the Salt Lake area. Bail can be made in full via cash or western union. If you don't have access to the full amount of the bail and the inmate is not eligible for pretrial release then you will need to contact a bail bondsman. There are several bail bond companies in Salt Lake City including:
In The News
The Salt Lake County Jail is currently being sued over an inmates heroin widthdrawal related death.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Salt Lake has a total population of 1,034,989. The population has increased by 136,577 (15%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 1394.5 and covers 742 square miles.
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Residents of Salt Lake experienced 16,871 crimes in 2011. The #1 crime was arson with 37 occurrences. The #2 infraction was theft with 5,853 occurrences. The #3 crime was vehicle theft with 731 violations. The #4 crime was burglary with 1,338 circumstances. The #5 criminality was property crime with 7,922 instances. The #6 infraction was assault with 308 occurrences. The #7 criminality was robbery with 116 occurrences. The #8 violation was rape with 65 crimes. The #9 violation was murder with 6 occurrences. The #10 crime was violent crime with 495 violations.