Search Salt Lake County, UT Inmate Records

Salt Lake County, UT jails hold prisoners after an arrest or people who have been transferred to the county from a detention center. Salt Lake County holds 4 jails with a total of 728,808 inmates. These correctional facilities have private cells for extremely violent criminals or controversial suspects. Salt Lake County jails are subject to health and medical restrictions and have to provide medical care to all its inmates.

Salt Lake County Quick Facts

1,996
Salt Lake County Population Total
313,024 / 108 / 339
Female Population, Rate & Count
323,734 / 523 / 1,692
Male Population, Rate & Count
$60,555
Median Income
4,757.2
Arrest Rate
272.1
Local Jail Rate
1,996
Local Jail Count (the average # of people in jail for one day)
1,996
Population Total Confined
250
Pretrial Rate
4,911
Admit Rate
36,016
Admit Count
728,808
Yearly Prisoner Count

County Crimes by Type

The Timeline of the County Crime Trends

20062007200820092010
Violent Crime Total578675654736561
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter39236
Revised Rape00000
Legacy Rape8691718071
Robbery88121114110115
Aggravated Assault401454467543369
Property Crime Total9,0389,0718,3008,1757,577
Burglary1,6971,8561,5051,5621,590
Larceny Theft6,3716,2655,9995,7835,320
Motor Vehicle Theft970950796830667
Arson5630322727

Salt Lake County Jail Demographics

The county has 1,104,622 people confined with a jail population density of 988 prisoners per jail. When breaking down the population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners, being 361,611 women and 367,197 men.

A Timeline of Yearly Data Pop Total from 2005-2015

Year Total Population
2005 947,963
2006 966,798
2007 983,719
2008 999,553
2009 1,016,795
2010 1,032,942
2011 1,048,397
2012 1,064,402
2013 1,080,866
2014 1,091,742
2015 1,104,622

A Timeline of Yearly Female/Male Incarceration for the Years 2005-2015

Year Male Population Female Population
2005 323,734 313,024
2006 330,022 318,784
2007 335,436 323,646
2008 339,436 328,609
2009 344,740 333,507
2010 349,502 338,447
2011 354,554 344,024
2012 359,280 349,036
2013 363,928 354,442
2014 366,978 358,037
2015 367,197 361,611

A Timeline of Salt Lake County Incarceration by Gender

Year Male Rate Female Rate
2005 523 108
2006 481 98
2007 484 103
2008 497 101
2009 491 99
2010 480 165
2011 486 100
2012 476 108
2013 441 98
2014 471 103
2015 408 93

Salt Lake County Prison Records by Race & Ethnicity

49.03%
White
1.19%
Black
11.45%
Latino
0.55%
Asian

County Jail Statistics

The county has an arrest rate of 4,757 and a local jail rate of 272 inmates per year and a pretrial rate of 250 pre trials per 100,000 residents aged from 15 to 64. The jail admit rate for the area equals 4,911, which is lower compared to the statistics of 2005 - 5,151 incarcerations a year.

Local Jail, Pretrial and Admit Rates

4,911
Admit Rate
272
Local Jail Rate
250
Pretrial Rate

The average jail count for Salt Lake is 1,996 incarcerations in a day. The numbers have increased during the last 10 years, when there were on average 1,903 imprisonments a day.

Salt Lake County Incarceration Rates

Year Jail Rate
2005 299
2006 293
2007 308
2008 295
2009 307
2010 312
2011 320
2012 279
2013 272
2014 262
2015 272

Pretrial vs. Admit Rates Timeline

Year Admit Rate Pretrial Rate
2005 5,151 242
2006 4,999 222
2007 4,968 225
2008 5,987 179
2009 4,928 260
2010 5,434 235
2011 4,501 210
2012 4,454 187
2013 4,603 163
2014 4,373 208
2015 4,911 250

The Average Number of Incarcerations per Day

Year Jail Count
2005 1,903
2006 1,903
2007 2,029
2008 1,970
2009 2,079
2010 2,148
2011 2,235
2012 1,974
2013 1,956
2014 1,903
2015 1,996