Sheriff James M. Winder works with the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office to protect the public through the booking and detention of individuals who pose a danger to society. While incarcerated, inmates are provided humane care and undergo rehabilitation programs to assist them in avoiding criminal activity upon release.
You can pay a fine or bail in person at the jail or via Western Union. To make a payment follow these instructions: (1) Look up the prisoner's Sheriff's Office prisoner number (SO#) online or by calling 385-468-8400. (2) Choose your payment method and follow the instructions for that method.
Visitation is based on Pod. http://www.slsheriff.org/page_metro_visit.php
Questions About This Jail
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How do I find if someone is still in a Salt Lake County Jail?
For a current inmate search, you can use this site.
How can I find court information for Salt Lake County?
Court information can be searched for free at court locations or for a fee using this site.
Can I call an inmate in a Salt Lake County Jail?
No, inmates can only make out going calls via collect calls.
How can I visit an inmate in a Salt Lake County Jail?
Inmates are allowed two visits per week. Visitation schedules and rules can be found here.