Utah State Prison - Draper Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: November 5, 2022
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14425 Bitterbrush Lane, Draper, UT, 84020

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Utah State Prison – also known as Draper Prison – opened in its current location in 1951 in Draper, Utah. It can house maximum 4,500 female and male inmates in one of its eight specialized facilities.

Each facility offers a variety of opportunities, programs, education, jobs and treatment for inmates. Educational opportunities and substance abuse treatment are two main focuses among other opportunities.

There is a mental health-specific facility – Olympus – which is for inmates who require medication, treatment or monitoring. The unit Oquirrh holds aging offenders who may need to be separated from younger, stronger inmates that can manipulate them for gain. Promontory houses male inmates seeking substance abuse treatment through Con-Quest.

Timpanogos has five buildings that houses female inmates of varying security levels. Uintas is the maximum security, as well as intake/processing center for Utah State Prison. Finally, Wasatch houses medium-security inmates and from time to time, overflow inmates who are being processed.


Utah State Draper Prison Prison Information

Jail Name Utah State Draper Prison
Jail Type State Prison
Authority: Utah Department of Corrections
Location 14425 Bitterbrush Lane, Draper, UT, 84020
Contact Numbers 801-576-7000
City Draper
Postal Code 84020
State Utah
County Utah County
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Inmate Resources for Family and Friends

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Inmate Search

The Utah Department of Corrections offers an online offender search tool where one can lookup an inmate by either entering their offender number OR their first and last name (partial spellings will yield results.)

Sending a Mail

Inmates are allowed to receive mail while in prison, although there are restrictions to what they be sent. Letters on plain paper can be sent, along with photos no larger than 8x10. Inmates are allowed to have up to 25 photos in their possession at one time. Photos and letters must not contain crude, sexual, violent or offensive content. All mail will be opened and searched. Do not include cards, crayons, markers, glitter or glue in any mailings.

Address mail to:

Inmate name and offender number (find this number with the inmate locator)
Utah State Prison
P.O. Box 250
Draper, UT 84020


Inmate name/offender number
Central Utah Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 550
Gunnison, UT 84634

Inmates are not allowed to receive care packages, although family and friends may order them books or magazines from the commissary or straight from the publisher to be delivered directly to the inmate. Do not send publications with content that is violent, coded, sexual, or content that may suggest escape methods.

Sending Money

Money can be deposited into an inmate’s account through a variety of methods. The Utah Department of Corrections utilizes Access Corrections, a third-party provider that allows family and friends to deposit funds through mail, telephone, internet or kiosks at the facility.

To deposit funds into an inmate’s account, you must know their full name and offender number.

To mail money orders, send the order with a deposit payment form. Make the order payable to ACCESS SECURE DEPOSITS. Do not send cash this way.

Faster deposit methods include over the phone or via the internet. Call 1-866-345-1884 to make a deposit by card, but be aware that there is a $6.95 processing fee for both these methods.

One can also deposit funds at kiosks at the facility, including cash or by card. There is a minimum $3.50 transaction fee.

Lastly, you can visit a Cash Pay Today location to send funds from.

Phone Calls

The Utah Department of Corrections utilizes CenturyLink for the inmate phone system. While inmates are not allowed to receive calls, they are allowed to make outgoing calls. Family and friends must set up a  prepaid account with CenturyLink to receive calls from an inmate.

Call rates vary from $0.10/minute for prepaid calls to $0.95/minute for calls to other countries. Interstate calls can rise to $0.19/minute.

Keep in mind that calls are monitored.

Visiting Rules

Visiting an inmate is highly encouraged, as visits help inmates cope with life in prison. Hearing news of the outside world and seeing loved ones will help motivate inmates to have good behavior, as well as make reintegration into society smoother.

To visit an inmate, family and friends must fill out a visitor application form and send it to Inmate Visiting Office, P. O. Box 250, Draper, UT 84020. Once you pass the background check, you will be added to your inmate’s approved visitor list. Approval can take anywhere between 20 and 45 days. Children under 18 may visit inmates with a guardian.

Visiting schedules vary between institution and regularly scheduled visits are subject to change based on inmate behavior or other factors. Check with your inmate’s housing unit before visiting for the schedule.

There are several guidelines to keep in mind when visiting an inmate. When entering the prison, visitors will undergo a search and metal detector. If you have metal implants, bring a doctor’s note confirming where in your body they are located. Without this, you may be subjected to a pat-down or might be turned away. Do not bring anything except a car key (maximum two keys, both on a key ring) or a clear baby bottle and two diapers for infants. Attempting to give anything to the inmate is prohibited.

During the visit, inmates and visitors should remain calm, seated and quiet. Physical contact beyond a quick hug, kiss or handshake is not permitted. Visitors will not be allowed to re-enter the visit if they leave for the restroom or any other reason.

There is a dress code that visitors should follow. All clothing must be modest and cover most of the visitor’s skin. Shoes and undergarments must be worn. Clothing should not be sheer or contain crude or profane words or images. Anything too tight or too baggy is prohibited. Clothing that resembles inmate or guard clothing should also be avoided.

How Often Can I Visit?

The amount of times you can visit an inmate is determined by their security level and personal conduct. No visitor may conduct more than two hours per visit per day.

Visitation Hours

Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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