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Davis County Jail Information - Utah Criminal Defense Lawyer

For the most up-to-date information on the Davis County Jail, contact the Davis County Sheriff's office directly.

Davis County Jail Contact Information

Davis County Jail Visiting Entrance:
895 West Clark Lane
Farmington, Utah

Mailing Address for Davis County Jail Inmates:
Inmate's Name (Booking Number)
Davis County Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 130
Farmington, Utah 84025

Telephone Numbers
(801) 451–4200 :: Jail
(801) 451–4240 :: Work Center
(801) 451–4249 :: Jail Visiting

Physical Address:
800 West State Street
Farmington, Utah 84025

Davis County Jail Visiting Schedule

Monday No Visiting
Tuesday 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Wednesday 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Thursday 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Friday 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 – 11:30 am 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Sunday 8:30 – 11:30 am 1:00 – 4:00 pm 6:30 – 8:30 pm

*Visit times may vary depending on housing unit.
*Inmates must be on dayroom time to receive visitation.

Units with regular visiting hours (those listed above):
- Charlie - Delta - India - Juliet - Mike
- November - Oscar - Papa - Quebec

Units where visits terminate at 8:00 pm (last visit starts at 7:30 pm)
- Alpha - Bravo - Golf - Hotel - Kilo

Units not allowed visiting
- Fox

Units with restricted visiting days and or times
    (call for details 801-451-4249):
- Echo - Lima - Medical - Romeo

Davis County Jail Visiting Rules

  • Each Inmate will be allowed 2 – thirty minute visits weekly.
  • Visitors will be limited to 2 adults or 1 adult and two children...NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • Visitation will be first come first serve.
  • All visitors 16 or older are required to present valid government identification prior to visiting.
  • There may be delays in visitation due to meal pass, clothing exchange, court, security issues or other required movement.
  • Visitation may be terminated at any time without prior notice.
  • No visitor who has been sentenced and incarcerated in the Davis County Jail during the past calendar year may visit. Persons who have been arrested and bailed out of jail must be released for at least 30 days prior to any visitation of any other person currently in jail. Exceptions will be made for spouses, children and parents.
  • Minors must be accompanied by a parent or documented legal guardian.
  • Minors not related to the inmate will not be allowed to visit.
  • It is the inmate's responsibility to inform visitors of times they are available to visit. Inmates will not be removed from class, work, or any program for visiting.
  • Inmates under pre-hearing segregation or other restrictions are not eligible for visitation.
  • All visitors must wear shoes
  • Visitor's clothing must comply with proper dress standards. Indecent exposure, bare midriffs, low cut tops, mini skirts, see through or revealing clothing will not be permitted.
  • Children must be with an adult at all times and must be kept under control.
  • People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to visit.
  • No personal possessions are allowed in the visiting area. This includes purses, diaper bags, cell phones, cameras, and strollers. There are lockers provided that require $0.25 (refundable)
  • Food and drinks are not allowed in the visiting area.

Davis County Jail Inmate Roster and Information

The Davis County Sheriff's website provides a current roster of inmates in the Davis County Jail.

Davis County Jail Inmate Mail Rules

  • All mail must be sent through the United States Postal Service. Mail that is dropped off at the jail will be denied.
  • You must include a complete return address with your full name.
  • You must use regular paper, ink or pencil. Letters or cards sent to inmates must not contain any substance, such as glitter, glue, whiteout, paint, lipstick, metallic ink, stain, odor (e.g., perfume) or sticky substances such as stickers, post it notes, tape or stamps. No watermarks, grease or oil marks. No staples, paper clips, postage stamps, envelopes or blank paper. Any of the above will cause the letter to be returned to sender.
  • Inmates may not receive packages.
  • Your mail is not read unless there is good cause to believe that it contains information relating to escape plans, criminal activities, violations of jail rules, or coded or inflammatory language.
  • Legal mail is only opened in the presence of the inmate.
  • Photographs may be sent in the mail if they are no larger than 3 x 5 inches and are not sexual or criminal in nature. Polaroid type photos are not allowed.
  • Books must be sent directly from a bookstore or publisher and must be new. Used books will be returned. Inmates may receive a total of five (5) per week.
  • Magazines, newspapers or other periodicals may only come as a subscription from the publisher via the United States Postal Service. Inmates are allowed a maximum of two subscriptions. It is the inmate’s responsibility to cancel the subscription when released. Only one newspaper is allowed per inmate, and they must be sent from the publisher.
  • You may send money. See "How do I put money on an inmate's books?" below for details.
  • Mail is received five days a week, Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Davis County Jail "Pay for Stay"

Under Utah Code 76-3-201, Davis County charges inmates in the Davis County Jail $10 per day of a jail sentence served in the Davis County Jail. However, the sentencing judge may order that the defendant not be required to pay the fee.

Davis County Jail "Self Pay"

With prior approval from the Davis County Jail Administration, you may be allowed to serve a sentence from another jurisdiction in the Davis County Jail. The sentencing judge in the other jurisdiction must also agree to allow the sentence to be served in Davis County. The self pay fee is $50 per day.

Criminal Defense in Davis County

Stephen Howard is an experienced and effective Utah criminal defense attorney. His track record includes not guilty verdicts or dismissals in cases including aggravated robbery, burglary, aggravated assault, fraud, forgery, DUI, and many more. With an office in downtown Salt Lake City, Mr. Howard serves clients in Davis County and throughout Utah.

If you are facing criminal charges, you deserve straight talk from a Utah criminal defense lawyer with a track record of real results. Contact us now to schedule your initial consultation.

*Note: Information on this page is taken from the Davis County Sheriff's website. All information contained herein is believed to be accurate when published. To verify the accuracy of this information you should contact the Davis County Jail or visit the Davis County website.

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