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Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah

home 9165 River Ridge Dr, West Jordan, UT 84088, USA
phone (801) 895-4014

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5 out of 5 stars

Daleine Martin
Daleine Martin

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I have known the owner of Bad Boy Bail for many years. I have found him to be honest, hard working, and a person who tries to do the best possible job for his clients. I would highly recommend Bad Boy Bail Bonds of Utah.

Wendy Tui
Wendy Tui

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The owner was incredibly helpful and made sure I understood the whole process from start to finish. Would definitely recommend.

Kelly Jones
Kelly Jones

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I needed answers to questions and had no previous experience with bail bonds. Bad Boys was very respectful and professional and answered all my questions and made sure I understood everything I needed to know in helping a loved one through a difficult time. Would definately recommend Bad Boys to everyone needing help through the system.

SALT LAKE COUNTY JAIL Address

Salt Lake County Jail
3365 S 900 W
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
84119

SALT LAKE COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 1083
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(801) 743-5000

Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office

The mission of the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with the community, proactively protects and serves the community through progressive, comprehensive, and cost-effective law enforcement, corrections, court services, and protective services activities.
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office looking for employees.Saturday, April 15th, 2017 at 6:56am
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 11th, 2017 at 5:28am
NATIONAL DISPATCHERS WEEK
April 9th-15th 2017

As we begin Dispatchers Week, we would like to extend our great appreciation for the outstanding dispatchers from our department. Often times, these wonderful individuals are the primary response for our citizens, and their ability to work through these difficult situations is simply remarkable. We are so honored to have each of them as a member of our department and cannot thank them enough for their dedication, compassion, service, and sacrifice on our behalf. Dispatchers are truly an asset to our community and we wish them a great Dispatchers Week. From all of us at the Office of the Sheriff, Thank You!
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Friday, April 7th, 2017 at 7:07am
BAKER TO VEGAS
120 miles of pavement and over 4,000 runners.
Blood. Sweat. Pride. Honor.
That is what the most prestigious and unique law enforcement foot race is all about.
Law enforcement officers from around the globe battle it out every spring for the chance of winning the coveted cup trophy.

The Baker to Vegas Relay Race, originally known as the “Death Valley Relay”, is recognized as one of the most positive events offered to law enforcement officers today. For 33 years, hundreds of thousands of law enforcement personnel have completed this course, stretching the 120 miles from Baker, California to Las Vegas, Nevada.

This event is the largest law enforcement competition in the world, and is quite an experience. The ideals from the first race continue today, including: teamwork, camaraderie, physical fitness and competition.

In addition to these core principals, teams also take the opportunity to honor the men and women from our profession who have made the ultimate sacrifice. This year and for the past 3 years, the Salt Lake Valley Police Team has consisted of members, both sworn and civilian, from Unified Police Department, Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office, West Valley Police Department, Attorney General’s Office and Salt Lake City Police Department.

Last year the team ran in honor of Officer Doug Barney and this year in honor of Officer Cody Brotherson. Both years, the race officials placed these officer’s pictures on the team bib and the official team baton. It was quite the tribute to these officers and an honor for the team to run in memory of their sacrifice.

The team competed with 274 other teams from the U.S. and around the world (Germany, Australia, Canada and Belize). They finished third in their category, averaging 8:48/mile for the 120 miles through the heat of the day and the chill of the desert night jumping 63 spots from their finish last year. The course gained 6600 feet in elevation through the desert over 17+ hours. The 20 separate legs varied in heat, distance and elevation making it a very challenging race for all involved, including the support team.
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office added 7 new photos.Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at 11:01am
Looking forward to Spring? Check out this months Salt Lake County Jail Horitculture Program newsletter.

What you'll find in the March 2017 issue:

•. New things happening in the program
•. Spring preparation for your vegetable garden
•. Farmers market updates and important dates
•. Pond and surrounding garden update
•. Recipes of the month
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, March 29th, 2017 at 6:12am
Please see attached funeral service information for Sergeant Chad "Connie" Conrad.

http://www.olpinstevensfuneralhome.com/notices/Chad-Conrad
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Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office added 9 new photos.Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 12:57pm
As the rain continues to pour down over Utah, Salt Lake County Jail Programs Staff and Prisoners are taking an active role in preparing for potential flooding from spring runoff.

Sergeants Shon Lance and Cory Hansen spearheaded a project of filling sandbags to provide a positive way for prisoners to contribute to those communities who may need assistance in protecting life and property from swift currents and bulging river banks.

All are hoping these sandbags will not be needed but a strong sense of pride and connection to society is felt as their efforts continue.