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Naples, Utah Jail and Mugshot Information
Naples is a city located in Uintah County. It has a population of 1,755 based on the 2010 census. The current mayor is Dean A. Baker.
Phone: (435) 789-9090
Violent crime rate in 2017 Naples: 0.0 U.S. Average: 214.8
Violent crime rate in 2016 Naples: 21.6 U.S. Average: 216.3
- The overall crime rate in Naples is 70% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 2.24 daily crimes that occur in Naples.
- Naples is safer than 91% of the cities in the United States.
- In Naples you have a 1 in 123 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Naples has decreased by 55%.
Naples, Utah Police Station Information
The Naples City Police Department is comprised of 7 sworn police officers including Police Chief Mark J. Watkins and one administrative assistant. The officers are tasked with maintaining peace and order within the community by providing several law enforcement services. These include routine patrols, traffic enforcement, answering calls for service, and investigating reported incidents.
Naples City Police Department Address:
1420 East 2850 South, Naples, UT 84078
The inmates of the Naples City Police Department are housed in the Uintah County Jail. Inmates at this facility are allowed visitation. The jail has a video visitation program provided by www.gettingout.com. If you wish to schedule a visit, you can go to the Gettingout website and create an account.
Address 1: 1420 E 2850 S
Zip Code: 84078-8045
County: Uintah County
Phone #: 435-789-9449
Fax #: 435-789-9458
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2500
Number of Officers: 9
Police Records Request in Naples, Utah
If you want to obtain a copy of a police report, you can get in touch with the administrative assistant of the Naples City Police Department, Kimberly Kay, at (435) 789-9449. You can also drop by the station to submit a request.