Within the Criminal Division is the Investigations/Detective Division. The detective unit consists of one sergeant and several detectives. When a crime occurs, a patrol deputy responds, takes the initial report, and follows the report to a conclusion if he or she can. If the case needs additional follow-up, it can be referred to a detective. We have detectives assigned to work "crimes against persons" such as assaults, robbery, child abuse, and sexual abuse. We also have detectives working "property crimes," which includes thefts, burglaries, and fraud.
Each of these detectives is highly trained in his or her field and has been through hundreds of hours of training in areas such as child abuse, death scene investigation, and various other forensic subjects.
One detective is assigned to the Cache/Rich drug task force. His responsibility is to work with other officers investigating narcotics violations in the Cache and Rich counties. The task force investigates a variety of illegal drug offenses, such as drug possession and distribution, prescription drug offenses, and methamphetamine labs.
You may leave information that may help in solving a crime that has occurred. However, if the crime is in progress or it's a traffic-related issue call 911 for emergencies or 435-753-7555 for non-emergency issues.
Confidential and Anonymous Tips
You can leave a confidential and anonymous email with file uploads (pictures, recordings, etc...) with this link. Remember, do not leave tips for crimes that are in-progress or traffic-related. Please call 911 for emergencies or 435-753-7555 for non-emergencies for those issues and a Deputy will be notified.
If you would like to send a non-anonymous email with file uploads (pictures, recordings, etc...) about any tips you may have about a crime that has happened and would like a detective to contact you click here. Remember, do not leave tips for crimes that are in-progress or traffic-related. Please call 911 for emergencies or 435-753-7555 for non-emergencies for those issues and a Deputy will be notified.
Victims have the right to know!
The Utah Department of Corrections Vine Service is a free automated hotline that provides victims with information and notification 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
- Use of the UDC VINE Service is free of charge.
- After you have registered for notification the UDC Vine Service will call you automatically if an inmate is released, is transferred, escapes or dies.
- All telephone registrations through the UDC Vine Service are anonymous. You will select your own four digit PIN (Personal Identification Number) to access the system.
- You may register more than one telephone number, using the same PIN for each registration.
- If you are not home when the VINE system calls with a notification, the service will leave a message and call back within two hours.
- You may call the UDC Vine Service as often as you like from any touch-tone telephone to check on an inmate's custody status.
- The UDC Vine Service may be accessed from anywhere in the United States using the toll-free number: 1-877-UT-4-VINE (1-877-884-8463)
- Live VINE operators in English and Spanish may be accessed at any time.
The UDC Vine Program allows crime victims, as well as other members of the community, access to inmate information. Access to this data is available by using any touch-tone telephone. By entering the inmate's name or offender number, the caller can find out if the offender is in custody, and if the offender has a release date; If you have difficulty with the name or offender number you may access a live VINE operator or contact the UDC Victim Services Unit for assistance.
Registration for notification is also available using a touch-tone telephone. Once registered, the Vine system will call with notification of custody status as listed below. The system will call the registered party every hour for up to 48 hours, or until notification is confirmed by the entering of the correct PIN code.
Notification for Utah Department of Corrections inmates will be made to registered callers for the following:
- Release from prison
- Escape from custody
- Return to custody from escape
- Release on furlough, work release, or community program
- Parole release date 30 days prior to release
- Moves to county jails, moves between the Draper and Gunnison prison sites, or moves to community correctional centers (halfway-house)
To register with the UDC VINE System, call toll-free 1-877-884-8463 or use the VINELink Website in English | Español
Any questions regarding VINE, notification, or victim issues should be directed to the Utah Department of Corrections Victim Services Unit at 801.545.5658.
Please Note: Do not depend solely on the VINE service for your protection. If you feel that you may be at risk, take precautions as though the offender has already been released.
Information about VINELink
Victim Witness Information Sheet
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Our Commitment to the Victims and Witnesses to crime
The Cache County Sheriff's Office is committed to protecting individuals and
families against violence and preserving the way of life that we
have come to love and appreciate here in Cache Valley.
Crisis Services Call 911
For all emergency services call 911, this call center is staffed 24 Hours a day 7 days a week.
Local Law Enforcement
Cache County Sheriff's Office
1225 W Valley View Drive
Logan City Police Dept.
290 N 100 W
North Park Police Dept.
2005 N 1200 E,
North Logan, Utah
Smithfield Police Dept.
69 N Main
USU Police Dept.
USU, UMC 5800
Adult Probation & Parole
1225 W Valley View Drive #300
Utah Highway Patrol
Local Advocacy Services
Prosecution & Legal
Cache County Attorney's
199 N Main
Guardian Ad Litem
135 N 100 W
Assistant Attorney General
115 W Golf Course Rd,
1st District Court
135 N 100 W
Children's Support Services
Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS)
115 W Golf Course Rd
Child & Family Support Center
380 W 1400 N
Children's Justice Center
1362 N 400 W
Financial & Housing Services
Bear River Association of Governments (BRAG)
170 N Main
Division of Work force Services
Utah Crime Victim Reparations
350 E 500 S, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah
Mental Health Services
Bear River Mental Health
90 E 200 N
Family Institute of Northern Utah
920 S 100 W
Comprehensive Treatment Services
920 N 200 W, Suite C
National Alliance forthe Mentally Ill
Bear River Health Department
If you are the victim of violence you may petition the First District Court for a protective order.
The purpose for a protective order is
- Stop the Violence.
- Prohibit Communication.
- Order the Perpetrator to stay away from residence or anywhere frequented by victim.
- No Weapons in the possession of the Perpetrator.
- To gain possession of automobile and personal effects.
- Temporary custody of children.
- Other relief necessary for safety
Once the Ex-Parte (temporary) Protective Order is granted, it is served immediately. A court date is set for a Protective Order hearing. Violation of a Protective Order is a Class A Misdemeanor, and any subsequent violations may be enhanced to felonies.
Law Enforcement takes an aggressive role when dealing with Protective Order complaints.
First District Court
135 N 100 W In Logan, Utah.
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