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Taylorsville, Utah Jail and Mugshot Information
Taylorsville is a city located in Salt Lake County. It has a population of 58,652 based on the 2010 census. The mayor of Taylorsville is Kristie S. Overson.
Violent crime rate in 2011 Taylorsville: 206.6 U.S. Average: 214.1
Violent crime rate in 2010 Taylorsville: 219.6 U.S. Average: 223.2
- The overall crime rate in Taylorsville is 39% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 10.45 daily crimes that occur in Taylorsville.
- Taylorsville is safer than 27% of the cities in the United States.
- In Taylorsville you have a 1 in 27 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Taylorsville has decreased by 5%.
Taylorsville, Utah Police Station Information
The City of Taylorsville is partnered with the Unified Police Department (UPD) for law enforcement services. The Taylorsville Precinct is comprised of 60 police officers and 3 civilian staff members. The precinct provides several services such as traffic enforcement, patrol, investigations, directed enforcement, street crime, special operations, and school resource officers. The Chief of Police Services in Taylorsville is Tracy Wyant.
City of Taylorsville Precinct Address:
2600 West Taylorsville Boulevard, Taylorsville, UT 84129
The Salt Lake County Metro Jail and the Oxbow Jail Facility are the jails where the inmates of the Taylorsville Precinct are held. Inmates at these facilities are permitted two 30-minute visits each week, one visit per visiting day. 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 Taylorsville, Utah
The Unified Police Department allows you to obtain copies of incident and traffic reports by mail. You will need to submit a completed Request for Records form with the pertinent information such as the date of the event, address of the event, and persons involved. You can download the form online from the UPD website. You will need to pick up the copy of the record and pay the appropriate fee at your local precinct.