The Unified Police Department provides fingerprinting services to the public for a variety of reasons including such things as:
The UPD cannot provide fingerprinting services for I.N.S. purposes. Those individuals can contact US Immigration for such services at 646.233.3836. Also, the UPD does not provide fingerprinting services for Utah Driving Privilege Cards. Please contact the Utah Department of Public Safety - Driver License Division at 801.965.4437.
The Civil Division serves thousands of civil papers throughout Salt Lake County. State law requires the UPD to serve civil papers relating to judicial actions such as protective orders, judgments, garnishments, summons, writs, and subpoenas. A dangerous job, officers have been seriously injured while serving civil papers to unwilling litigants or suspects involved in domestic violence cases; therefore, we use only experienced, well-trained officers in this unit. In 2007 Civil Process Unit officers received 9,787 civil papers needing service.
The Utah Department of Public Safety - Bureau of Criminal Identification is responsible for expungement of records. Follow the link for more information.
Department of Public Safety - Expungement Information
Every law enforcement agency in Utah requires NPOST test results. Follow the link for more information about Unified Police Department Requirements
Unified Police Department - Employment FAQ's
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If you have witnessed or have concerns about the use or misuse of UPD funds, assets, equipment, supplies, etc, please visit our fraud reporting page at www.updsl.org/page_internalfraud.php
Note: This email address is for general, non-emergency contact with Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake. It should not be used to report a crime or request police assistance. If you are in need of immediate emergency help contact 911. If you seek police assistance, or to report a crime contact dispatch at 801-840-4000.