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The court usually signs warrants in Salt Lake County UT to request the seizure of property, the gathering of evidence, or the arrest of a person.

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Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office (SLCSO Warrant Search)
3365 S 900 W, South Salt Lake, UT 84119
Phone: (385) 468-9898
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Salt Lake City Police Department
475 S 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone: (801) 799-3000

3rd District Court (Felony, Misdemeanor)
450 S State St Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Public Search Terminal – Yes

Salt Lake County Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Infractions, Traffic)
2001 S State St, Rm S4-300 Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Public Search Terminal – Yes

West Valley City Police Department
3577 Market St, West Valley City, UT 84119
Phone: (801) 963-3300

West Jordan Police Department
8040 S Redwood Rd, West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: (801) 256-2000

Sandy City Police Department
10000 Centennial Pkwy #111, Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: (801) 568-7200

South Jordan Police Department
10655 S Redwood Rd, South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: (801) 446-4357

Unified Police Department (Millcreek Precinct)
1580 E 3900 S #100, Millcreek, UT 84124
Phone: (801) 743-7000

Taylorsville City Police Department
2600 Taylorsville Blvd, Taylorsville, UT 84129
Phone: (801) 743-7000

Herriman Police Department
5355 Main St, Herriman, UT 84096
Phone: (801) 858-0035

Draper Police Department
(801) 840-4000
1020 Pioneer Rd, Draper, UT 84020

Murray Police Department
5025 State St, Murray, UT 84107
Phone: (801) 264-2673

Riverton Police Department
12810 S Redwood Rd, Riverton, UT 84065
Phone: (385) 281-2455

Warrants in Salt Lake County

If you think an arrest warrant has been issued for you, talk to a criminal defense lawyer in your area.
If there is a warrant out for your arrest, your lawyer may ask the court about it and do what needs to be done to help you get it lifted or resolved.

Court Records May Be Accessed By The Public

Salt Lake County court records can be used to find warrants. You can look up warrants by the case number, the date they were issued, or the name of the person wanted.
You can find warrant records for both new and old documents using court records when doing a Salt Lake County warrant search.

Wanted Persons List of the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office

If you need to find out if you have a warrant, you can ask the Salt Lake County sheriff or the police.
You can look up a person’s warrants in the department’s database, which is sometimes available on their website, or you can fill out a form for public records and send it to them.

Salt Lake County Bench Warrants

A judge can issue a bench warrant, which tells the police to arrest a certain person and bring them before the court.
Salt Lake County bench warrants are often issued for the arrest of people who don’t show up to their court dates. If someone doesn’t follow a court order, like paying a fine or doing their time, the court may put out an arrest warrant.

Salt Lake County Arrest Warrants

Before issuing a Salt Lake County arrest warrant, a court has to be sure that there is a good reason to think that the person on the warrant is the one who did something illegal.

Warrant For Fugitive Arrest

People who run from the law in Salt Lake County are given fugitive warrants to bring them back to the place where the crime was committed so they can deal with their legal obligations.
Most of the time, law enforcement officials use this kind of warrant to get other agencies to help arrest and relocate a person.

Search Warrant

A search warrant gives the Salt Lake County police permission to look in a certain place for evidence that a crime has been committed.
When police say there is likely evidence of a crime at a certain location and there is probable cause for a crime, a judge signs a warrant.

Utah County Warrant Searches For Free

You have a few options if you don’t want to pay any money to check for Salt Lake County warrants.
Look them up on the county court or sheriff’s office website where the person lives or where the crime happened.

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