South Jordan Police Jail is in South Jordan, Salt Lake County, UT and is a low security police department jail. It houses adults that were arrested, or are currently awaiting trial, pending plea, or have already been sentenced as Utah state law offenders. The majority of prisoners haven’t committed felonies which are thought to be less serious in nature. The prison is made up of inmates that are serving for a time period of less than year. The facility is managed by the Utah Department of Corrections (UDC).
Keep reading if you want to search and locate an inmate, mail an item, send money, take a telephone call, or if you want to know a bit more about visitation.
Trying to find an inmate of South Jordan Police Jail? you have two options. Either:
Before doing a search throught the website, or calling, you’ll need to have with you:
In the majority of cases, an inmate can be found using the above two methods. If, however, there is a problem, an alternative method can be to do a Utah prisoner search.
Have a care package or letter you want to give to someone at South Jordan Police Jail?
When mailing, address the package as follows
Also, put down your own address, to ensure that if the item is disallowed, I will be returned to you. If you fail to this, the item will most likely be disposed of.
Call South Jordan Police Jail at 801-254-4708 if you have any doubts as to what’s allowed and disallowed, or if you have further queries.
Have money to send to an South Jordan Police Jail inmate. Either deposit at the prison’s office when you arrive for a visit, or deposit into the inmate’s commissary account, via money order, cashier, or check (remember to write the name and ID of the inmate on the reverse side).
Inmates have a 13 hour window in which to make calls (7:00 a.m. and 8:45 p.m.) to permitted individuals. Each call can be up to 20 minutes (or up to 5 minutes during peak periods). Before accepting a call, be aware that the cost of the call has to be covered by the receiver.
Looking to visit someone at South Jordan Police Jail? If you’re uncertain as to whether you appear on the approved list of visitors, call the jail first (telephone number: 801-254-4708).