At approximately 12:20 p.m., deputies from the Cache County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to Logan Coach, a trailer manufacturing facility at 2990 S. 800 W. in Nibley, Utah, on a report of a physical altercation that had taken place between two people involving injuries.
Deputies from the Cache County Sheriff’s Office and medical crews out of Logan were dispatched to an A.T.V. accident in the Franklin Basin area of Logan Canyon just after noon on Saturday, August 19, 2017. The accident occurred approximately 4 miles off of U.S. Highway 89 on the Franklin Basin Road.
On July 3, 2017, Cache County Sheriff’s Office K9 service dog Endy died of heat exhaustion after being left unattended in a patrol vehicle. Endy’s handler contacted his division commander upon discovering the canine in his patrol truck. The handler was immediately placed on administrative leave as per Sheriff’s Office protocol. On being notified, Sheriff Chad Jensen requested two investigations--an independent investigation through the Northern Utah Critical Incident Task Force conducted
The Cache County Jail is in the process of moving towards contracting for all medical services in our jail. Requests for proposals have been sent out, and several great companies have responded and will be making presentations to the Sheriff’s Administration in the next few weeks.
The purpose of this RFP is to solicit proposals from qualified Respondents to provide professional services for comprehensive medical and ancillary healthcare programs and services for the Cache County Sheriff’s Office Jail Facility (Inmate Medical Services). Services will include, but are not limited to, comprehensive medical management, on-site physicians, 24/7/365 nursing, lab, X-ray, on-site routine medical services, billing and claims management, and inmate intake screening.
At 11:10 a.m. on May 21, 2017, Deputies from the Cache County Sheriff’s Office and resources from Cache County Search and Rescue were dispatched to a campsite area approximately 2.5 miles up the Left Hand Fork area of Blacksmith Fork Canyon in Cache County on a report of a missing two year old child....
Press Release “Today is the start of National Law Enforcement Week. This exceptional week is a special time to honor those who have gone before us and those who are currently serving. We are grateful for everyone’s service. You can find a list of events this week on our website.” – Sheriff Chad Jensen National Law Enforcement Week is May 14 – May 20.
Von Williamson was sworn in as a deputy to Sheriff Bodrero in 1980 and served honorably in many positions during his career, including the division commander for both the Patrol and Jail Divisions. Williamson was the Support Services lieutenant and working on his master’s degree at Utah State University at the time of his passing....
Come join us on the BEST group run you'll ever be apart of, Cache Valley Torch Run for Special Olympics Utah! Register at the Sheriff's Office by April 14! It is a very special opportunity to help our Special Olympic athletes carry their torch through Cache Valley!
At approximately 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 12, 2017, a deputy from the Cache County Sheriff's Office attempted to make a traffic stop on a passenger car on State Highway 101 near Hyrum, Utah for suspicion of DUI. The driver of the vehicle refused to pull over and drove East on Highway 101 into Blacksmith Fork Canyon. The suspect lead deputies on a relately low speed pursuit all the way to Hardware Ranch where the road was covered with snow and the car was not able to continue....
The Cache County Sheriff's Office is committed to providing the best service possible to the citizens of Cache County. There are times that our employees, policy and procedures are stellar but, unfortunately, there may be situations in which individuals feel that actions taken were inappropriate. In either situation, the individual(s) involved may want to file a compliment or a complaint with the office.
Do you want to search the Utah Statewide Warrants to see if your name appears? You can now search to find out if individuals are wanted in the state of Utah. The warrant information comes from courts that send in data to the Utah Criminal Justice Information System (UCJIS) via electronic transfer, which means that the data viewed is the direct result of court activity.