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Holladay, Utah Jail and Mugshot Information
Holladay is a city located in the central region of Salt Lake County. Based on the 2010 census, there are 26,472 people living in this area. The current mayor is Robert M. Dahle.
- The overall crime rate in Holladay is 52% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.57 daily crimes that occur in Holladay.
- Holladay is safer than 74% of the cities in the United States.
- In Holladay you have a 1 in 77 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Holladay has decreased by 6%.
Holladay, Utah Police Station Information
The city of Holladay contracts with the Unified Police Department. The UPD has a precinct in the city and operates a community oriented policing (COP) program. The officers assigned to this precinct provide around-the-clock police services to the community. There are several units within the precinct such as the Uniformed Patrol, the Detectives Unit, and the COP program. The Detective Unit are responsible for conducting follow-up investigations on crimes. The COP officers, on the other hand, manage neighborhood watch programs and direct crime prevention programs. The Traffic Unit is responsible for enforcing traffic rules.
The Chief of Police Services of the Holladay Precinct is Justin Hoyal.
Unified Police Department Address:
4570 South 2300 East, Holladay, Utah
The inmates of the Unified Police Department are detained at the Salt Lake County Metro Jail and the Oxbow Jail Facility. Inmates at these facilities are allowed two visits per week, one visit per visiting day. Each visit is 30 minutes in length. An inmate’s visitation schedule is dependent on his housing unit. All visits must be scheduled up to 6 days in advance by calling 385-468-8400.
Police Records Request in Holladay, Utah
You can obtain a copy of a police report by mail. You need to submit a completed and notarized Request for Records form along with a $10 fee. Requests are usually processed within 10 business days.
GRAMA Request for Records Form: