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WEBER COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Address

Weber County Jail
721 W 12TH STREET
OGDEN, UT
84404

WEBER COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1058
Inmate Capacity: 888
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 240
Total Staff Salaries: $12,531,506

Phone:(801) 778-6600

Weber County, UT Offense Statistics
Violent Crime51
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter1
Rape (revised and legacy definition)14
Robbery9
Aggravated Assault27
Property Crime748
Burglary129
Larceny-theft570
Motor Vehicle Theft49
Arson1
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICEThursday, December 14th, 2017 at 12:08pm
"GIVE TO GET" BY SAVERS

We would once again like to thank Savers for helping us out with this great event. They donated several coats and other winter clothing for the corrections staff to give to people in need. This event began last year due to one of our staff members, Lisa Frazier, contacting local charitable organizations about the concern of having people leave our facility this time of the year without being dress for the weather. In case you haven't noticed, it's been cold lately. Very cold! Unfortunately, when people are brought into the Weber County Correctional Facility they often come in wearing only the clothing they have on. Additionally, some of the indigent population doesn't have much to begin with. When these individual are released, their property is returned and they leave the facility. Thanks to the donations from Savers they will leave with some clothing that will help keep them warm. Thank you again Savers for your partnership with us and making this so successful!
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE updated their profile picture.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 10:33am
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE added 5 new photos.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 9:50am
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY…
The Weber County Sheriff’s Office SOAR to New Heights residents have been working diligently throughout the year making hats, scarfs, and blankets. Program staff, along with residents Melinda Greene and Laycie Browne, were honored to have the opportunity to team up with the amazing volunteers of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard to help set up to serve lunch and to hand out these items to our community members in need to help keep them warm. Theses handmade items were made possible by the many generous yarn donations to the SOAR Program. We are very grateful and humbled by the many yarn donations we received, as well as the service experience we shared.
Clinical Director: Sandi E. Nicotera, CMHC
Substance Counselor: Laura Andelin, SSW
Programs Sgt. D. Anthon
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE added 2 new photos.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 8:57am
The Weber County Sheriff's Office would like to welcome our two newest Deputies to the Corrections Division. Deputies Norman McGregor and Justin Alder were sworn in by Sheriff Thompson yesterday. We would like to congratulate them on their journey and look forward to getting to know each one of them even more.
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE shared Morgan County Sheriff's Office, Morgan Utah's post.Friday, December 8th, 2017 at 6:42am
A good warning from Morgan County!
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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICEWednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 10:59am
THANK YOU BLUE LINE LADIES!

Lydia Hebdon, and other members of the Blue Line Ladies, were recognized today at the Weber County Commission meeting. Blue Line Ladies is a non-profit organization which supports Law Enforcement. Below is a statement on their most recent donation. Also attached is video from today's Commission meeting.

On December 5th 2017, Blue Line Ladies, a local non-profit organization, presented the Weber County Sheriff’s Office with 44 steel plated vests. These vests have a special function of improving protection for officers in active shooter situations. The Blue Line Ladies foundation was able to raise over $10,000 from the generous support of individuals and businesses around Weber County.

Blue Line Ladies was started in Weber County and is staffed by volunteer wives of police officers. These ladies spent their summer hosting fundraisers and soliciting businesses for donations. Many businesses in Weber County were eager to show their support for their local police officers. Blue Line Ladies also strives to connect with the community and participates in, and host, many service events and community functions.

“As we met with different agencies, we discovered a large need state wide for steel plated vests,” explains Lydia Hebdon, director of Blue Line Ladies. “As wives of officers, we wanted to do more than watch our husbands go to work every day. We wanted to help them somehow.” Blue Line Ladies has made it their goal to provide a vest for every officer in the state of Utah. Hebdon also said, “I was amazed at the generosity of the people in Weber County. We got a lot of donations from individuals, but surprisingly most of the donations came from small businesses. We are so grateful for all of the help.”

Steel plated vests are outer vests worn over the uniform and only when needed. They protect against large handguns, rifles, and shotguns. The vests the deputies currently wear will not protect them from these threats.

Lt. Kevin Burns with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office said: “All of us have very tight budgets. When any of our local organizations, in this case Blue Line Ladies, steps in to assist it is appreciated. Without this amazing donation, our officers would have to go without this life saving equipment.”

Sheriff Terry Thompson also thanked Lydia Hebdon and the Blue Line Ladies for these vests. Aside from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Thompson was impressed on how the Blue Line Ladies are continuing efforts to provide vests to other agencies along the Wasatch Front. “Lydia and the Blue Line Ladies are not just looking out for Law Enforcement who put their lives on the line each day, they are also looking out for their families.”

The 44 vests donated to Weber County Sheriff’s Office were used to equip the School Resource Officers, and most of the patrol deputies. The Sheriff’s Office still needs 35 vests to fully equip the rest of their deputies. Blue Line Ladies will continue to fundraise until they meet this goal.

You can help donate to the Blue Line Ladies through the following links:

Website: Bluelineladies.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/bluelineladies
Instagram: @bluelineladies
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