Criminal History Check
You may request a copy of your Utah criminal history between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding observed holidays. There is a $10.00 fee at the time of the application. You must bring a state or federal government issued photo identification. You may only request a copy of your record and only Utah criminal history files will be checked.
For information regarding National Criminal History checks contact the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification at www.bci.utah.gov.
Letter of Good Conduct
Syracuse Police will provide a letter of conduct to obtain a visa, provided the citizen has no criminal history. Requestor must bring a valid picture identification. Missionaries going to foreign countries often will need this letter. Please be advised that some letters require a notary; therefore, we ask that you give us 24 hours to complete your request.
Requesting a Police Report
Individuals needing a copy of a police report must come into the Syracuse Police Department during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, with picture identification. They will be required to fill out a request for a police report. All reports must have approval prior to being released. There is a $10.00 fee for each police report requested. Victims of a crime will receive the report free of charge.
We do fingerprints on Mondays between 2 pm and 4 pm and Fridays between 9 am and noon. The cost for Syracuse residents, or those required to get prints for employment in Syracuse, is $10.00 per card; proof of employment is required. The cost for non-residents is $15.00 per card.
The fingerprint program is administered by volunteers. It is recommended that you contact the police department to see if a volunteer will be available before coming in for fingerprints.
Request for Radar Trailer
Syracuse Police will be placing radar trailers around the City to slow down traffic. If you have speeders in your area, notify the police department for a radar trailer to be set up in your neighborhood. Our radar trailers have the capability to count the number of cars traveling on a road. Syracuse Police will then work with the City Planner on traffic flow problems.
Request for Public Tours and Group Presentations
The Syracuse Police Department encourages all residents to tour their local police department. We offer tours for scout groups, church groups, civic clubs or neighborhood meetings. We provide presentations on general safety, bike safety, anti-theft, home safety and many other topics. If you are interested please contact Officer Stan Penrod at (801) 614-9613.
If you are going to be out of town for an extended period of time, we encourage you to fill out and submit a Vacation Check Form online or contact our office at 1751 South 2000 West, Syracuse. Our officers will check your home during routine patrol.