Utah Department of Corrections

The Utah Department of Corrections (UDC) is committed to full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibit discrimination against qualified persons with disabilities, as well as other federal and state laws pertaining to individuals with disabilities. Under the ADA and its amendments, a person has a disability if he or she has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity. A substantial impairment is one that significantly limits or restricts a major life activity such as hearing, seeing, speaking, breathing, performing manual tasks, walking, or caring for oneself.

The Utah Department of Corrections is also committed to ensuring that all visitors and inmates, including those with disabilities, are able to access and use all of our programs, services, and activities.  

The ADA Department Coordinator manages all aspects of compliance for the following groups of people:


  • Access to programs, services, and activities
  • Auxiliary aids for effective communication


  • Accessible facility visiting areas
  • Auxiliary aids for effective communication


  • Accessible facility event space
  • Reasonable accommodations during training

CONTACT THE UTAH Department of corrections ADA COORDINATOR:

  • To request a reasonable accommodation
  • To report accessibility problems/issues at any UDC facility or office
  • To report difficulty accessing any portion of the UDC website using adaptive technology
  • To request UDC information in an alternative format
  • To file a complaint of discrimination based upon disability

Matt Anderson, Administrative Services Director 
14717 S. Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Email: mattanderson@utah.gov 
Phone: 801-545-5589

* Incarcerated individuals must go through UDC ADA accommodation request process as outlined in UDC policy.


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The Utah Department of Corrections routinely captures images of residents, employees, and visitors for security and identification purposes. While the Department is not currently doing so, these images may be used in conjunction with facial recognition technology.

To learn more about governmental use of facial recognition software, please visit the Utah State Legislature's website: https://le.utah.gov/~2021/bills/static/SB0034.html


Updated: May 6, 2021




This page is being updated.


Please contact Kaitlin Felsted, public information officer,
for data related to the Utah Department of Corrections at kefelsted@utah.gov or 801-560-7608.

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New Commissary MP3 Ordering through Access SECUREPAK

As of Feb. 18, 2019, family and friends can order MP3 player music and items for inmates online, by phone or email. 

Online orders: utsecurepakmedia.com
Phone orders: 1.800.546.6284
Mail in orders: 
P.O. Box 50028
Sparks, NV 89435-0028

New order forms are available on your housing units. Inmates have the option to mail their MP3 order form to ACCESS SECUREPAK. (Take order form, addressed envelope, and signed money transfer to your control room). 

You will receive your MP3 items with Commissary Deliveries. 

NEW PROCEDURE: ACCESS SECUREPAK will manage all correspondesnce, service and replacements. Inmates may write Access SecurePak with questions or converns; or friends and family may call or e-mail Access SecurePak on your behalf. 

For online catalogue (updated regularly): www.mediasearch.accesscatalog.com