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You can find out if an inmate is incarcerated or housed at Beaver County Correctional Facility (BCCF) or at another facility by visiting the VINELink website.
Visiting hours and other information regarding visiting here at the Beaver County Correctional Facility can be found on our Visiting page.
There are several ways to fund an inmate's commissary account. To learn more, please visit the Sending Money to an Inmate's page.
A person who has been arrested and charged with a crime and has not been convicted of that crime may be required to post bail, either by cash or bond, before being released from jail. Bail is insurance to guarantee an arrestee will appear in court for trial. If that person fails to appear for a court date, the bail money is forfeited.
Unless otherwise set as 'No Bail Allowed' by a judge or bail commissioner, all offenses are bailable. The amount of bail is determined by a judge or from an established bail schedule. Bail may be made by an arrestee or by someone on his/her behalf.
Bail can be paid at either the court of jurisdiction or at here at the jail. Although most of the instructions below are generic for either situation, they are written for paying at the jail. To post a bail, first make sure the person is in fact, in the Beaver County jail. Please call 435-438-2862 where you will also need to find out the arrestee's charge(s), the bail amount, and the court of jurisdiction.
There are two ways of posting a bond:
The total amount of the bail, in cash, is placed with the Court of juristiction to guarantee the arrestee will appear at the next court hearing. If the arrestee does not appear after posting cash bail, the money will be forfeited. If a not guilty verdict is rendered or the case is dismissed, or at the conclusion of the trial proceedings, bail money will be refunded minus any fines and / or court costs. Refunds are available only through the Court of jurisdiction.
Cash, cashier's checks, or money orders are the only accepted methods of payment for bail. When posting bail, cashier's checks and money orders must be made payable to the ‘Beaver County Inmate Trust Fund’. Personal checks are not accepted. To make bond with a credit card you must add that money to the arrestee’s trust fund account; instructions on how to do that can be found by visiting Adding Money to an Inmate's Commissary Account.
A bonding company licensed in Utah posts a bond that guarantees an arrestee will appear at the next court date. The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office does not participate in the contract between an arrestee and the bonding company. The bonding company normally charges a fee for each bond posted. Some bonding companies may help you out with posting a cash bond with a credit card also. If you need help finding a bail bond company, the State of Utah's Insurance Department provides an online List of Licensed Bail Bond Agencies.
Because the inmate phone system generates many questions, we have created an Inmate Phone System Frequently Asked Questions page to help with your questions.
You can call 435-438-6497 or submit a contact us form.
Securus Technologies manages the inmate telephone system responsible for processing all secure calls placed from this facility. Specifically, they install and centrally manage state–of–art call management and communication systems for use by correctional facilities, and they offer a variety of convenient payment products and services to inmates and their friends and family members.
Use Securus’ Call Rate Calculator to quickly and easily find out the cost of a call from a Securus serviced correctional facility. The cost of a call varies based on where you live, what facility you receive calls from as well as the time of day and duration of calls received.
Securus understands the importance of variety and convenience when it comes to funding inmate telephone calls. In order to deliver the best service, we offer a number of payment product options, making it easy for you to choose the perfect fit for your needs in order to stay in touch with your incarcerated loved one:
When you receive a call from an inmate and the call is answered, a brief message will be played that identifies the call as being collect. Information about the name of the correctional facility and/or the name of the inmate may also be provided.
Your calls may be disconnected if a call violation is detected. To avoid being disconnected do not:
If you believe you were disconnected for another reason, complete Securus' Dropped Call Investigation Form and submit the attached form within 90 days of the disputed call. Please allow up to 30 days from receipt of the form for resolution. The completed form can be faxed to 972-277-0714 or mailed to the following address:P.O. Box 1109Addison, TX 75001
If your loved one states there are issues with the telephones at the correctional facility, please have your inmate do the following:
Even though your account balance is positive, there could be several reasons why you are not receiving calls:
Blocks may be placed on your phone for several reasons including:
To see more reasons why there might be a block on your phone, please visit Securus' Account Status Blocked page.
If you would like to prevent calls from a correctional facility handled by Securus Correctional Billing Services, please contact us at 800-844-6591 or submit a question to Customer Care and a representative will assist you in placing a restriction on your phone line. There is no charge for this service.
We make every effort to stop unwanted collect calls; however, we cannot guarantee this service for facilities that Securus does not support. If you are still receiving collect calls more than 48 hours after placing a restriction on your phone line, please contact the Securus Correctional Billing Services and additional steps may be taken to prevent the collect calls.
Fill out Securus' Inquiry Form. The inquiry may take up to 5 days to process upon receipt of the form.
If you suspect your identity or financial information has been used fraudulently to open a Securus CBS account, please start an investigation with Securus CBS. Please report all fraudulent activity to your local police department as well. To start an investigation we recommend you submit a Police report or Identity Theft Affidavit. Please be advised that the investigation may take up to 15 days to process upon receipt of the report.
More questions can be answered by visiting the Securus Customer Care page. There you can:
Utilize the following contact information:
You must first determine if a court appearance is required. You may do this by accessing the bail schedule. Many traffic tickets can be taken care of without a courtroom appearance either through the mail or at the Justice Court office.
You may make a payment in several different ways:
To find out more about retirement packages, paid holidays, and an insurance plan that is second to none for doing a job that is exciting and that offers a real chance to give back to your community, then please call the Records department at 435-438–2467.
You can help our Sheriff´s Office by becoming an honorary member of the Utah Sheriff´s Association. The support given to Law Enforcement in the State of Utah through the Honorary Membership Program of the Utah Sheriffs´ Association is now and has been a huge success. Enhanced training programs, scholarships and annual conferences to mention just a few, would not be possible without citizen support.
More information can be found on the Honorary Membership page the Utah Sheriffs' Association's website.
Complaints may be made to any Beaver County Sheriff´s Office supervisor. Complaints may be received verbally or in writing and in person, by telephone, by mail or electronic means. During non-business hours, complaints can also be made through our dispatch center. Please visit the Staff Directory for contacting information.
If you received extraordinary service from a Beaver County Sheriff´s Office employee, or witnessed something that deserves special recognition, we encourage you to tell us so we may share your thoughts with that employee(s) and with the Beaver County Sheriff´s Office family. Your appreciation and encouragement are important to us. You can submit your commendation by any means to any Beaver County Sheriff´s Office supervisor. Please see the Staff Directory for contacting information.
You can call 435-438-2862 or email Dispatch.
To have emergency alerts from Beaver County sent to your cellphone, voice over internet (VoIP), or unlisted number sign-up by visiting our AlertSense page.
Because of the way cellular telephone calls are routed, calls to 911 may not reach the proper dispatch operators. Generally, the law enforcement agency that receives a cellular 911 call is determined by the origination of the call in relation to a specific cellular tower. The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office routinely receives 911 calls from cellular users from surrounding counties.
If you are reporting an emergency via cellular telephone, it's crucial to inform the 911 operator of your exact location. The appropriate and closest response can then be activated.
Experience has shown the first 60 seconds of every 911 call are the most critical. Operators need to determine:
A first-responder armed with this information can react quickly and accurately and minimize the chance that further damage will occur or innocent bystanders will be hurt.
In any threatening emergency, immediately dial 911 from any telephone (the call is free from all pay phones). For non-emergency law enforcement needs, please call the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office at 435-438-2862.
If you are currently experiencing an emergency, call 911 now!
For non emergency call (435) 438-2862
If you are a crime victim or if you witness a crime, your observations can lead to a faster resolution of the case. When you report a crime, a Beaver County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher will ask you to describe the suspect(s) you observed. Never place your personal safety or the safety of those around you in jeopardy to get a better description of a subject, but if possible, make a mental picture of the suspect(s) by scanning the individual(s) from top to bottom, and outside to inside.
Note the most obvious information first: race, sex, approximate age, and weight/height. Then note hair and eye color, complexion and any distinguishing features such as glasses, scars, facial hair, etc.
Notice what the person is wearing, starting with the outside layer of clothing. Many times a suspect may remove outerwear to elude law enforcement officers.
If you're describing a vehicle, remember the acronym CYMBALS:
Beaver County Victim Services was established to render assistance to crime victims and witnesses. For more information, visit our Victim Advocate page.
If you have information about a crime, witnessed a crime, or have overheard someone discussing participation in a crime, don't be afraid to report it. With the help of the community, more cases are solved, arrests are made, and property is recovered.
You can report an any crime tips by calling 435-438-6420 where you can remain anonymous if you choose, or by submitting your tip with our online form.
You can call 435-438-2467 or submit your request via this GRAMA Request.
Information on how to obtain a copy of your Utah criminal history is available on the Obtain a Copy of Your Own Criminal History Record page of the Utah Department of Public Safety’s Bureau of Criminal Identification website. Beaver County Sheriff’s Office can also provide you a copy of your Utah criminal history upon request. A valid Utah I.D. is required and a fee is associated.
Information on how to obtain a copy of your Nationwide criminal history is available on the Identity History Summary Checks page of the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ (FBI) website.
Information on how to expunge your Utah criminal history is available on the Expungements page of the Utah Department of Public Safety's Bureau of Criminal Identification website.
Information on how to expunge your Utah juvenile criminal history is available on the Expungement Forms page of the Utah Department of Public Safety's Bureau of Criminal Identification website.
Call Dispatcher Supervisor and Search & Rescue member Paul Wolden at 435-438-2862
If a parcel is sold and the name change was not made prior to September 1, the Tax Notice will be mailed to the previous owner. The previous owner is responsible for forwarding the Tax Notice to the new owner. It is your responsibility to see that you receive a Tax Notice if you have moved or changed your address. If that is the case, please contact the Treasurer’s Office at (435) 438-6410.