With elevated ethics expected of those afforded the trust of sensitive material, the Records division of the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office will actively strive to accurately record, protect, maintain, and distribute the records of the department with a professional and efficient method.
The policies and procedures of the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office for the collection, compilation, storage, and dissemination of official records and information are in compliance with Utah state laws in Title 63, Chapter 2 or the Utah Code Annotated. These laws are known as the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) and identify those records that are accessible to the public, those that are confidential, and those that are sensitive. They also provide guidelines and recommendations regarding the handling of said records. GRAMA is available for review at www.le.state.ut.us , under the heading of "Utah Code and Constitution."
Individual citizens or representatives of the news media are welcome to request information on issues regarding the peace, safety and security of our community. Many questions can be answered informally over the telephone. But if you wish to obtain a copy of an official document, please submit a written request during regular business hours. A fee is charge to cover expenses.
Some records that are generally available to the public include, but are not limited to:
Not all requests for information can be granted. Generally, this information concerns a person’s civil rights which would include their right to privacy, safety, and their
right to a fair trial. In all cases, you should receive a response to your official request within ten working days. The types of reports and/or information that we generally don’t release include, but are not limited to:
The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office is proud to serve the citizens of Beaver County by helping to ensure that all Sex Offenders stay in compliance with the Utah State Sex Offender Laws. As part of the Utah State Sex Offender Registry Office, the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office monitors and tracks all the Sex Offenders within Beaver County, who are no longer on Probation/Parole.
The main goal of the Sex Offender Registry is to provide the citizens of Beaver County with a high professional level of service. The community plays a large role in assisting law enforcement with Sex Offenders who are in non-compliance with the Utah State Sex Offender Registry. You can access the Utah State Sex Offender Registry through the following link: http://corrections.utah.gov/services/sonar.html.
** If you have information related to a sex offender that is not current on the **
registry website, you are encouraged to contact the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office.
Live Scan applicant fingerprinting is available by appointment and free of charge Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM for employment purposes, teaching and medical credentials, volunteer organizations, concealed permits, etc.
Beaver County dog licenses are available at the Sheriff's Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
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