Law Enforcement Archive

Tribune Hopes for Powell Investigation Documents in Open Records Request

After having an open records request denied, the Salt Lake Tribune made its case before the West Valley City Council this week

Human Trafficking Conference Begins Today in Salt Lake City

Law enforcement leaders and victims’ rights advocates from across North America are gathering in Salt Lake City today. The 2012 Trafficking in

ICE Says “Cross Check” Operation Leads to Arrest of 54 in Utah

54 convicted and fugitive immigrants in Utah have been arrested following a nationwide operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Steven Branch,

Intruder Bill Clears Utah Senate

Homeowners would be protected from any liability if they injure an intruder while protecting their home or family under a bill passed

Lawmakers Approve Reimbursement Hike for County Jails

The Utah House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill that increases the reimbursement rate the state pays to county jails for

House Votes to Outlaw DUI Checkpoints

Police in Utah may no longer be allowed to conduct DUI checkpoints under a bill approved today by the Utah House of