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 Utah State Prison Inmate Search Information

The Utah State Prison, formerly known as Draper Prison is in Draper, Utah and is one of the two prisons managed by the Utah Department of Corrections. It houses both male and female inmates in separate prison units. There are several units in the Utah State Prison ranging from maximum security to super-maximum security. The different units are named after the different surrounding mountains and mountain ranges. The units for men include maximum security, super-maximum facility, and an execution chamber and is called the Uintas. The medium-security male units are called Wasatch and Oquirrh. The female inmates are housed in the Timpanogos.

There are three other units that include Olympus, a mental health unit and Lone Peak, a minimum-security unit. The third is the medium-security therapeutic community Promontory, which is designed to treat drug abusers.

Contact Information

  • Address

Draper Prison,

14425 Bitterbrush Lane,

Draper, Utah 84020, USA

Mailing Information
  • Institution address

14425 Bitterbrush Lane,

Draper, Utah 84020, USA

Utah State Prison Inmate Search

  • Inmate address

Utah State Prison

P.O. Box 250


Utah 84020, USA

You must include the inmate’s name in full and inmate identification number in the mail along with the last known unit name.

  • Phone: +1 801-576-7000
  • Number of Inmates: Approximately 4000
  • Visitation hours

To visit an inmate at the Utah State Prison, you must fill a visitor application form and the completed form must be submitted to the Utah Department of Corrections for consent. You must carry the consent form and your identification card during your visit. The Utah State Prison follows the rotational visitation schedule which varies by the several units the inmates are housed in and the inmate’s last name. Different units have different visiting hours. To know the visitation hours, you must contact the Utah Department of Corrections.

  • Warden Information

Larry Benzon is the acting warden or the Warden of the Utah State Prison as of December 2016. He has a piece of extensive correctional knowledge and has worked at various custodial levels. He has also served in the US Army from 1984 to 1991 and in the Law Enforcement Bureau with the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force. Larry has a long-standing reputation as a correctional professional and he focuses on prisoner reformation. He had been an associate warden in the Utah State Prison since February 2016 and he replaced Scott Crowther.

  • Management Information
Utah State Prison Inmates,

The Utah State Prison is managed by the Utah Department of Corrections.

  • Institutional Programs include substance-abuse treatment, sex-offender treatment other evidence-based programs.  
  • Academic Programs include Basic Adult Education, vocational trades, 
  • Other Programs include religious programs, pastoral counsel and guidance, Alcoholics Anonymous, Substance Abuse Residential Therapy, Narcotics Anonymous,

The programs are planned to reinstate the prisoners back into the civilian population, to be a productive-citizens. Utah supports community involvement to help the prisoners after release to have an opportunity to be an ideal citizen. The prisoners get work and housing support as a part of their correctional program.

How to Find an Inmate in Utah State Prison

The Department of Corrections has every intention to keep the public safe from the offenders, as well as successfully reintegrate prisoners back into society. In its attempt to keep the public safe, the Department of Corrections is working hard in correcting the offenders. In addition, information regarding some of the inmates is not made public to protect them from the general public. If you are looking for an inmate in the Utah State Prison, you can contact the Utah Department of Corrections or visit their website which offers Inmate Locator. You can locate inmates based on their first name, last name, and offender identification number. Any misuse of inmate information is considered a criminal offense and is punishable.

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