Search Utah Arrest Records
Utah’s Department of Public Safety maintains all criminal records for the state and makes them publicly accessible for easy searching and viewing. If you want to check up on that new strange neighbor or your kid’s teacher, you can do a free search right here on policearrests.com.
Arrest Records and Warrants in Utah
If you have committed crimes in Utah, you cannot hide from public scrutiny. The general public has access to all arrest and warrant records kept online. With just a quick name search, you can find out all about the crimes committed by someone and if there are any outstanding warrants on them.
Performing a Background Check in the state
Companies use background checks during the hiring process to find out if potential candidates are hiding a nefarious past. It’s surprisingly quick and easy to run a full background check on someone, and the information you can view is astounding. Not only can you see their entire employment history with known associations, but also legal issues, marriages, and divorces, DUIs, arrests, convictions as well as any prison time. It’s better to be safe rather than sorry when hiring someone for a job or to watch your kids.
Criminal Records Search
Utah’s Criminal Identification (BCI) division within the Department of Safety keeps all records online and makes it easy for you to check out someone’s criminal past. Using a simple name search on a database search portal like this one, you can find out all the details of what they have been up to, any past warrants, arrests, convictions and prison sentences.
Prison and Inmate Records
The Utah Department of Corrections is the entity responsible for maintaining the prison database for the inmate population. When you run a quick search, you can see each offender’s full name, date of birth, height, weight, gender, and location. You can also look at their aliases and parole date.
Total reported incidents in Utah in 2016 increased by 13.51% compared to 2015 and is higher than national average of 3,311.69 per 100,000 people. Violent crimes increased from 4,673 to 5,679 while non-violent crime increased by 12.89% from 60,327 to 68,101.
5 Crimes In Utah 2016 with most arrests
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Counties in Utah with the Highest Crime Rate
Among the 19 counties the most dangerous is the Utah county with 40 violent crimes that’s 0.7% of the total of 5,679. Millard County has the highest number of records per 100,000 residents that is above the state average of 259 and lower than national average of 469.
Safest Cities in Utah
Are you planning a move to Utah? Here are the safest cities in Utah with the lowest crime rates. You chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Utah is 1 out of 386 up by 0.1% compared to previous year. The lowest rate of violent crime is in Lone Peak and safest city to encounter a property crime is Smithfield.
Violent Crimes rates in UT increased by 21.53% from 2015 and increased by 29.33% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 4,391 to 5,679. In 2016 violent crimes in UT was 44.73% lower than the national rate. Your chances of being a victim of violent crimes in Utah is 0.259%.
Property crime rate in Utah increased by 12.89% from 2015 and increased by 5.5% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 64,549 to 68,101. In 2016 property crimes in UT was 9.41% lower than the national average. Your chances of being a victim of a property crime is 3.11%.
How Utah stands up against other states
Utah vs. Iowa
You’ll be in more danger in Utah compared to Iowa. Iowa had an 1.58% lower crime rate than Utah. Arkansas scored the highest with a 48.08% higher crime rate according to the FBI. Robbery rates of 56 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 136 per 100,000 people and lower than average 59 in Iowa. Burglary rates of 430 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 502 per 100,000 people and lower than average 614 in Iowa.
Utah vs. Arkansas
You’ll be safer in Utah compared to Arkansas. Arkansas had an 48.08% higher crime rate than Utah. Nevada scored the highest with a 2.2% higher crime rate according to the FBI. Murder rates of 2 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 6 per 100,000 people and lower than average 9 in Arkansas. Burglary rates of 430 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 502 per 100,000 people and lower than average 963 in Arkansas.
Names with the most arrests in Utah
Crime rate by age group, gender, and race
The most crimes, that's 36.41% of all records in state are committed by the people aged between 21-30. Felonies are committed more by men. Misdemeanor records are popular among white population of the state.
DID you know?
- The overall crime rate in Utah is 0.44% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 9.23 daily crimes that occur in Utah.
- Utah is riskier than Iowa.
- In Utah you have a 1 in 30 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- Year over year crimes in Utah have increased by 13.51%.
Utah Police Arrest Records by Counties
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