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Davis County Jail

Located in Farmington, Utah the Davis County Jail is a correctional facility that aims to provide for community safety, security, and the welfare of inmates and staff. The Davis County jail is run under the authority of the Sheriff of Davis County, and the facility’s numerous operations comply with all of the Utah Jail Standards, including both state and federal guidelines. The Utah county jail is one of the larger correctional facilities in the state; the Davis County jail houses nearly 1,000 inmates.
The below list of frequently asked questions will help you become better acquainted with the Davis County jail:
·       When am I allowed to bail out an inmate?-Family and friends of the convicted individual can bail out the inmate 24 hours a day. The amount of bail can be retrieved at the Davis County jail website.
·      What is the pay to stay in the Utah County jail system?- Pay for stay is a state law that requires the convicted individual to pay restitution for the cost of incarceration. The fee for the Davis County jail is set at $10 per day. The maximum allowed fee in the state of Utah is set at $45 per day.
·      What are the visitation guidelines?-Each inmate within the Davis County jail is allowed 2-30 minute visits per week. Visitors are limited to two adults or one adult and two children. Visitation is based on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Weber County Jail

Weber County Jail

The Weber County Jail is a correctional facility that aims to rehabilitate its inmates through the institution of educational programs. The Weber Country Jail is a minimum security prison located in Ogden, Utah. 
Like any Utah County jail, the Weber County correctional facility works in conjunction with the local Sheriff’s office. The Weber Country Sherriff’s Office is an accredited law enforcement organization that aims to protect life and property through innovative services. The office works closely with the citizens of the community to enforce laws and maintain a suitable society for raising a family.
Weber County is the second smallest county, in terms of land mass in Utah, yet contains the fourth largest population of all counties in the state. With nearly 200,000 residents the Weber County Sheriff’s office provides law enforcement services for all seven cities located in the greater Weber County area. 
The main correctional facility, the Weber County Jail helps individuals convicted of wrongdoing through numerous correctional and non-correctional means. The Weber County Jail offers community education programs, treatment programs, and other programs designed to facilitate the inmate’s re-entry to the community.
Some quick facts about the Weber County Jail:
·      The total projects and construction budget of the Weber County jail is approximately $25 million.
·      The correctional facility is approximately 148,00 square feet. It contains 4 pods, and cells that are 6 by 13 feet in size.
·      There are a total of 232 cells in the Weber County jail.
·      The Utah County jail is divided into dorms and cells. There are 424 total dorm beds and 464 cell beds. Approximately 876,000 meals are served annually.
·      Nearly 15,000 bookings are made each year. 
·      The Weber County Jail has 220 employees.

Summit County Jail

Summit County Jail

The Summit County jail is located on 6300 North Silver Creek Drive in Park City, Utah. Being one of the state’s largest tourist attractions, primarily for snowboarding and skiing accommodations, the Summit County jail is viewed as one of the most important correctional facilities in the state. 
The primary mission of the Summit County jail is to provide public safety for the county’s residents and tourists. The secondary mission of the Utah county jail is to provide educational tools to its offenders to facilitate the integration back into the community. The facility is a minimal-security prison that incorporates numerous educational and treatment programs to not only aid an inmate’s assimilation back into the community, but to also teach the wrongdoers on how to avoid repeated stints in jail.
The Summit County jail is divided into seven distinct pods: the Bravo Pod, the Delta Pod, the Echo and Fox Pods, the Golf Pod, and the Alpha and Charlie Pods. The Summit County jail is one of the smaller correctional facilities in the state; it currently houses 40 inmates. 
Most of the incarcerations stem from minor felonies, and the average jail time is typically no more than one year. If an inmate is found guilty of an additional sentence and requires a longer stay he will be transferred to a more secure or larger correctional facility.
The visiting hours and rules for the Summit County jail are listed below:
·      All visiting hours are between 8:30-11:00 AM and 12:30-4:00 PM. Each pod has its own corresponding visiting day: Monday-Bravo Pod, Tuesday-Delta, Wednesday-Echo and Fox, Thursday-Golf, and Friday- Alpha and Charlie.
·      Visits may last between 15 and 30 minutes, and nobody under the age of 18 is allowed to visit unless they are the child of the prisoner.