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Davis County, UT Public Records

Davis County public records are documents that typically are prepared or owned by local government entities. They are accessible to all interested parties, provided there are no legal exemptions. Vital records such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorces are unavailable to all record seekers. Requests for these require that the person is an immediate family member, legal representative, spouse, or the person on the record. In Davis County, birth, death, and divorce records are issued online, via mail, or in person from the vital records office. Marriage records are obtained at the County Clerk’s office. The price of these records also varies from $10 to $30, depending on the type and purpose.

Courts in Davis County

Court Records in Davis County, Utah

All record seekers may access Davis County court records, provided there are no legal restrictions. There are various district and juvenile courts in the county. Requesters may get desired records from the Clerk’s office at the courthouse where the case was heard. They can contact the state archives if they are searching for older records not covered by the court clerks. Alternatively, they can use the Xchange public case repository for non-confidential court records on file. There are court records that are not accessible, though, due to their content. Those involving juvenile cases, domestic abuse, or ongoing criminal investigations are only available to legal representatives, court officials, law enforcement, and the parties to the case. Court records are also priced on a per-page or certification basis.

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Jails and Prisons in Davis County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Davis County, Utah

Davis County inmate records are accessible to all interested parties in the county. These are maintained by county correctional facilities. There are County jail roster platforms where individuals can search the booking photographs, criminal charges, names, and other information concerning individuals that have been incarcerated. Inmates are also allowed to receive visits every week. Visits must be scheduled in advance, and visitors must adhere to facility regulations. That is wearing the right clothing, not carrying contraband, and providing government identification. Inmates at the county jails can also receive money from well-wishers. Friends and family may deposit money via the kiosk, which is situated in the jail lobby. Davis County has four jails and prisons serving a population of 367,285.

Jails and Prisons Name:
800 West State Street, PO Box 130

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Davis County

Arrest Records in Davis County, Utah

Davis County arrest records are accessible to any record seeker, provided there are no infringements on legal statutes. Typically arrest reports include the person’s physical description, the arresting officer, witness statements, and the arrest context. These are usually generated by law enforcement agencies like the sheriff’s office or local police departments. Eligible interested parties may access them via mail or in person. Some records are deemed confidential due to their nature, as they include juvenile incidents, ongoing criminal investigations, domestic or sexual abuse, and child custody cases. Specific requesters may also have access to criminal history reports at the county sheriff’s department. These are payable by check, credit card, or money order. There are 14 police departments in Davis County, and the crime rate is 20.01 per 1,000 residents.

Police Departments Name:
800 West State Street

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