Welcome to the City Prosecutor’s Office
The Salt Lake City Prosecutor’s Office is managed by the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office pursuant to inter-local agreement. The City Prosecutor’s Office policies mirror the District Attorney’s Office policies. For access to those policies, please visit: https://slco.org/district-attorney/prosecutor-policies/.
The office of the Salt Lake City Prosecutor seeks to serve the Citizens of Salt Lake City by effectively addressing the criminal prosecution demands of the Salt Lake City community. The City Prosecutor’s office resolves to solve community problems, in a substantive way where possible, rather than merely accepting the success of statistical convictions. The City Prosecutor’s office recognizes that effective community prosecution requires on-going commitment to new and innovative methodologies to meet the ever changing demands of criminal justice.
The City Prosecutor’s office understands that a professional and committed corps of prosecutors ready to aggressively prosecute is a component of the contract that it makes with every citizen and community under its jurisdiction. The City Prosecutor’s office understands that its role as a public servant demands the highest levels of integrity, commitment, and responsibility. “To Serve and Restore” our communities are the twin objectives of the office.
For Questions or Information About a Current Prosecution Case
If you are being represented by an attorney, you must contact your attorney – not us. We are prohibited from discussing a case directly with a represented defendant, or friends or relatives of represented defendants. If you are not represented, you may contact our receptionist at (385) 468-7900.
The Office of the Salt Lake City Prosecutor consists of 17 attorneys and 15 support staff. The Office handles the following types of cases:
- Domestic Violence
- Driving Under the Influence
- Drug Possession and Drug Paraphernalia Possession
- Theft Offenses
- Traffic Citations
- Sexual Solicitation
- Other miscellaneous misdemeanor offenses