Utah Crime Stats
Utah Criminal Records Statistics
Recorded crime total for 2006: 70,135
Number of crimes per capita: 4036.09
Most "dangerous" Utah city: Brian Head
Crime Threat Level: 3
Other states with a crime threat level of 3:
California - Hawaii - Iowa - Montana - Nebraska - Pennsylvania - Wyoming
Utah Criminal Activity Breakdown
Property Crime: 49,232
Utah exceeds the national average in:
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Tips on utah Background Searches
The Bureau of Criminal Identification division of he Utah Department of Public Safety is the place to contact if you need to obtain Utah criminal records.
The Criminal Identification unit is listed under the Division menu on the Utah Department of Public Safety website. From there, you can select criminal records from the side bar, which will lead you to a page containing contact information for this bureau (including address, fax and telephone numbers) as well as downloadable instructions and information regarding obtaining your own Utah criminal records.
On the same section of the Utah Department of Public Safety website, you will find detailed information regarding how you may expunge (erase) your Utah criminal history. There are also separate details listed for those who would like to have their juvenile criminal history expunged. These details are also downloadable and printable.
On the Utah State Courts website, individuals can review some public court records for a subscription fee. On this website there are also details on how to make a motion to remove a public record to a non-public classification. Court records stored on paper, microfiche, audio tapes, video tape, floppy disk, or electronic copies can also be requested for a fee from this website.