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JCOM 1130 - News Writing: State and Local Resources
Has links to the Code, Commissions, Council meeting minutes, and geographic data. Counties sometimes have a higher number of services evident on their website, with different departments and information available. They may also be sources of more robust geographic, land-use data, and transportation that is used for planning purposes.
This page facilitates public notice for all bodies in the state that are required to give notice. Many bodies now have the minutes, audio recordings, and other materials from their open and public meetings on the website.
Statistical reporting of current UDC population counts (of state correctional facilities) and primary offense distributions (crimes and offenses that warrant
incarceration in correctional facilities or parole situations).
The Utah Statewide Warrants file (SWW) is designed to provide information on individuals wanted in the state of Utah. The warrant information comes from courts that send in data to the Utah Criminal Justice Information System (UCJIS) via electronic transfer, which means that the data viewed is the direct result of court activity. As with any warrant system, caution must be used when viewing data from this file. Accuracy and timeliness are critical factors when acting on warrant information, as this system is dependent upon timely entry and removal of records by the courts.
This site is intended for public information purposes only. It is updated regularly, and includes basic information on offenders currently under the jurisdiction of the Utah Department of Corrections. It does not include historical information.
Utah's law enforcement utilizes OffenderWatch® to manage and monitor the whereabouts, conduct and compliance status of the registered offenders in Utah. OffenderWatch® is updated instantaneously throughout the day as offender addresses and other offender information is updated in our office. You may enter any address in the State and see real-time information on the publishable offenders within the specified radius of the address you enter.
This website includes "more than 700 overhead traffic cameras and 1500 in-road traffic sensors are constantly capturing photographs, video and traffic data on all major Utah Department of Transportation roads."
This website includes links to historical art and artifacts from the state of Utah, including historical photos, publications, art collections, etc. Some of the material is digitized and available online.
"The Bear River Health Department (BRHD) is one of 12 local public health departments that work to promote and protect the health of Utah’s residents. The BRHD was originally established in 1971 by the Utah Legislature as the Bear River District Health Department. The BRHD is responsible for providing public health services to the residents of Box Elder, Cache, and Rich County."