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Centerfield, Utah Jail and Mugshot Information
Centerfield is a city located in the southwestern region of Sanpete County. According to the 2010 census, there are 1,367 people living in this area. The current mayor is Tom Sorensen.
Violent crime rate in 2016 Centerfield: 0.0 U.S. Average: 216.3
Violent crime rate in 2015 Centerfield: 0.0 U.S. Average: 208.5
- The population density in Centerfield is 1889% higher than Utah.
- The median age in Centerfield is 20% higher than Utah.
- In Centerfield 79.34% of the population is White.
- In Centerfield 0.00% of the population is Black or African American.
- In Centerfield 0.00% of the population is Asian.
Centerfield, Utah Police Station Information
The Gunnison Valley Police Department is a full-time law enforcement agency that provides police services to the cities of Gunnison and Centerfield. The GVPD is comprised of 5 full-time police officers under the leadership of Chief Brett McCall. The GVPD is responsible for providing patrol coverage to the entire Centerfield community as well as answering all calls for service.
Gunnison Valley Police Department Address:
38 West Center Street, Gunnison, UT 84634
All inmates of the Gunnison Valley Police Department are housed in the Sanpete County Sheriff’s Complex. This facility has a 128-bed capacity. All inmates are allowed visitation. Visitation days are Sunday through Thursday. All visits are by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling the Inmate Visitation Coordinator, Molly Lamb, at (435) 835-2192.
Address 1: 38 W Center
County: Sanpete County
Phone #: 435-528-5532
Fax #: 435-528-5417
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 1350
Number of Officers: 3
Police Records Request in Centerfield, Utah
You can get a copy of an accident report from the Gunnison Valley Police Department upon request. To submit a request, you must be an involved party, family member, or an insurance agent for an involved party. All requests for copies of accident reports must be made 5 to 10 days after the incident. You can also get a copy of a crime report by submitting an in-person request to the GVPD. Most reports can be processed within 5 days. There is an attached fee of $10 for any printed report. For more information, you can call 435-528-5511.