Virtual Tour - Jail

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Chapel: Church services of many denominations are available for the inmates to attend. Services are provided by volunteers of the various respective religions. Since there is only one chapel most church services are conducted in classrooms.

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Classroom: Educational classes are provided by the Davis School District Adult Education Program. Inmates can earn their GED or High School Diploma and attend Life Skills classes such as Anger Management, Communication, Self Esteem, Parenting, Budgeting, Creative Writing and many more. Classrooms are also used for religious services, AA, NA, RSAT and other rehabilitation programs.      

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Dentist Office: A dentist comes in to the jail once a week. The dentist performs temporary fillings and extractions only. If an inmate has more serious dental issues, a court ordered furlough may be requested after being assessed by the jail dentist.

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Housing Cell (pic 1): This a typical cell found in Pods 1, 2, and 3. Inmates are assigned to a housing unit based on their classification level. Levels of classification include; Minimum, Medium, Maximum, Administrative Segregation and Protective Custody. In most cases there are two inmates assigned to a cell.

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Housing Cell (pic 2): This a typical cell found in Pods 4, 5, and 6. Inmates are assigned to a housing unit based on their classification level. Levels of classification include; Minimum, Medium, Maximum, Administrative Segregation and Protective Custody. In most cases there are two inmates assigned to a cell.

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Kitchen (pic 1): The jail kitchen prepares approximately 2200 meals a day for inmates. The jail kitchen also prepares approximately 500 meals a day for various Senior Centers and the Meals on Wheels program in Davis County.

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Kitchen (pic 2): The jail kitchen prepares approximately 2200 meals a day for inmates. The jail kitchen also prepares approximately 500 meals a day for various Senior Centers and the Meals on Wheels program in Davis County.

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Kitchen (pic 3): The jail kitchen prepares approximately 2200 meals a day for inmates. The jail kitchen also prepares approximately 500 meals a day for various Senior Centers and the Meals on Wheels program in Davis County.

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Laundry Carts: En-route to Clothing Exchange-Clothing and bedding exchange is conducted once a week for all housing units. Clothing and bedding exchange consists of inmates turning in their dirty clothing and bedding for clean issue.

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Laundry Room: Inmate workers work various shifts to ensure all clothing and bedding is washed, dried, and neatly folded for re-issue. The laundry room processes approximately 965,550 pounds of laundry each year.

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Medical Cells: Inmates with medical issues or infectious diseases are housed separately in the medical housing unit.

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Medical Exam Room: Medical staff is on duty 24hrs a day. After being dressed out, inmates are screened by medical staff before being placed in general population. Sick call is conducted Monday through Friday for inmates with medical concerns.

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Recreation Court: Inmates may participate in outside recreation daily (weather permitting for those units who do not have covered recreation courts). Inmates are able to play handball or perform basic calisthenics while on the recreation court.

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Typical Dayroom (left): When not required to be in their cells, inmates are allowed to gather in the dayrooms of their respective housing units. Dayrooms are large common areas where the inmates can watch T.V., play card or board games, talk on the telephones or have a visit on one of the visiting monitors.

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Typical Dayroom (right): When not required to be in their cells, inmates are allowed to gather in the dayrooms of their respective housing units. Dayrooms are large common areas where the inmates can watch T.V., play card or board games, talk on the telephones or have a visit on one of the visiting monitors.

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Visiting: Visiting is conducted via video visitation. For visiting hours and rules go to the Jail FAQ and click on the 'When may I visit an inmate?' question.

Executive Administration

Sheriff
   Todd Richardson

Undersheriff
   Brent E. Peters

Chief Deputy
   Kevin P. Fielding​

Division Administration

Commander
Captain Enrique Jaquez

Administrative Assistant
Lieutenant Wayne Callister

Contact Information

Physical Address
800 West State Street
Farmington, Utah 84025

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025-0618

Jail/Inmate Mailing Address
P.O. Box 130
Farmington, Utah 84025-0130

Work Center Physical Address
883 W. Clark Lane
Farmington, Utah

Phone Numbers
Sheriff Administration
(801) 451-4100 :: Main
(801) 451-4167 :: Fax

Jail Administration
(801) 451-4200 :: Main
(801) 451-4225:: Fax

Hours
Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(except legal holidays)

Email
sheriff@daviscountyutah.gov

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