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• Correctional Officers

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• Office Specialists

• Social Workers

• Licensed Clinical Therapists

• Emergency Medical Technicians

INMATE PLACEMENT PROGRAM

The State’s prison system does not have adequate beds to house all inmates. In 1987 the Utah State Prison reached maximum bed capacity, which led the Department to reach out to county jails throughout the State for help. That situation led to creation of the Inmate Placement Program.

 

Today, the State’s prison system continues to be unable to house all inmates. The Inmate Placement Program sends eligible inmates to counties that have contracted with the State to provide jail housing. The Utah Legislature approves counties’ participation in the program and also sets a daily incarceration fee rate.

 

Currently, 20 county jails take state inmates.

Contact

Inmate Placement Program
14717 S. Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: 801-545-5558

INMATE PLACEMENT PROGRAM

The State’s prison system does not have adequate beds to house all inmates. In 1987 the Utah State Prison reached maximum bed capacity, which led the Department to reach out to county jails throughout the State for help. That situation led to creation of the Inmate Placement Program.

 

Today, the State’s prison system continues to be unable to house all inmates. The Inmate Placement Program sends eligible inmates to counties that have contracted with the State to provide jail housing. The Utah Legislature approves counties’ participation in the program and also sets a daily incarceration fee rate.

 

Currently, 20 county jails take state inmates.

Contact

Inmate Placement Program
14717 S. Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: 801-545-5558

INMATE PLACEMENT PROGRAM

The State’s prison system does not have adequate beds to house all inmates. In 1987 the Utah State Prison reached maximum bed capacity, which led the Department to reach out to county jails throughout the State for help. That situation led to creation of the Inmate Placement Program.

 

Today, the State’s prison system continues to be unable to house all inmates. The Inmate Placement Program sends eligible inmates to counties that have contracted with the State to provide jail housing. The Utah Legislature approves counties’ participation in the program and also sets a daily incarceration fee rate.

 

Currently, 20 county jails take state inmates.

Contact

Inmate Placement Program
14717 S. Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: 801-545-5558

INMATE PLACEMENT PROGRAM

The State’s prison system does not have adequate beds to house all inmates. In 1987 the Utah State Prison reached maximum bed capacity, which led the Department to reach out to county jails throughout the State for help. That situation led to creation of the Inmate Placement Program.

 

Today, the State’s prison system continues to be unable to house all inmates. The Inmate Placement Program sends eligible inmates to counties that have contracted with the State to provide jail housing. The Utah Legislature approves counties’ participation in the program and also sets a daily incarceration fee rate.

 

Currently, 20 county jails take state inmates.

Contact

Inmate Placement Program
14717 S. Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: 801-545-5558