• 800 West State Street Farmington, Utah 84025
  • Main : (801) 451-4100
  • M-F 8am to 5pm

Search and Rescue

The Davis County Sheriff's Search & Rescue, established more than 40 years ago, provides the citizens of Davis County with professional search and rescue services free of charge 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.

Inmate Roster

View a list of currently held individuals at the Davis County Jail, this list includes charges and more information about the individual in question. 

Emergency Notification

Receive notification of emergency situations or critical community alerts in Davis County. Available for residents and businesses, CodeRed™ is used to share information specific to missing persons, hazardous materials dangers, boil water advisories, evacuations, etc.

Sheriff's Office SearchNew

Find Services, Information, Locations, and more based on keywords.

The links listed below have been identified by our analytics team to be the most searched pages and/or information. 


Comments or Compliments

Provide comments or compliments by visiting the link provided. We thank you in advance!

About Sheriff's Office

On October 5, 1850 the territory north of Salt Lake City was organized into and named Davis County, in memory of Captain Daniel C. Davis. He served in the Mormon Battalion during the war with Mexico and led many immigrant groups across the plains to settle the west.

In March of 1853, Farmington, then known as Little Cottonwood, was approved by the Territorial Legislature as the County seat of Davis County. A year later, Lot Smith, who also served in the Mormon Battalion at age 16, was appointed the first sheriff of the County. The first jail in Davis County was erected on the Courthouse grounds and had three cells.

The population of Davis County has continued to grow from the original 1,598 citizens to over 306,479 in 2012. Davis County covers 275 square miles. The Sheriff's Office has increased from a handful to over 230 deputies.

Since its inception, the Davis County Sheriff's Office has evolved to be one of the most capable public safety agencies in Utah. Unlike other law enforcement agencies in the State of Utah, our Patrol deputy sheriffs are certified paramedics who perform a dual role of medical and law enforcement duties.

Submit a Tip

Share tips anonymously and confidentially about criminal activity.

 

Copyright © Davis County Government. All Rights Reserved

New Year's Day

Saturday, Jan 01

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday, Jan 17

President's Day

Monday, Feb 21

Memorial Day

Monday, May 30

Juneteenth (Observed)

Monday, Jun 20

Independence Day

Monday, Jul 04

Pioneer Day (Observed)

Monday, Jul 25

Labor Day

Monday, Sep 05

Veterans' Day

Friday, Nov 11

Thanksgiving

Thursday, Nov 24 & Friday, Nov 25

Christmas Day (Observed)

Monday, Dec 26