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Iron County Jail Bail Bonds

The Iron County Jail meets its mission to instill the concept of personal responsibility–to the extent possible with the very limited average length of stay in jail–by making rules, regulations and policies allowing:

  1. Work Programs
  2. Educational programs that promote skills and attitudes which will increase the likelihood of success upon re-entry to the community
  3. Incentives for good behavior
  4. Accountability for misconduct

The Iron County Sheriff is responsible for protecting the citizens of Iron County by providing a secure holding facility for persons legally confined in the county. The primary mission of the Iron County Jail is public safety. The secondary mission of the Iron County Jail is to instill the concept of personal responsibility to its prisoners.

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Below is a list of directories for courts, jails, and attorneys, we hope you’ll find useful. If you’d like to learn more about our bail bond process, you can visit our FAQ page. Also, to learn more about the Iron County Jail, Click Here.

Sportsman’s Bail Bonds – IRON COUNTY

Local Phone: 801-691-7565
Local Bail Bond Agents: Lance Williamson, Ned Gurule, Mandy Gurule, Anna LeFevre

Iron County Courthouse

City: Cedar City
Street: 40 North 100 East
Phone: (435) 867-3250

Iron County Jail

City: Cedar City
Street: 2136 North Main Street
Phone: (435) 867-7555

Iron County Crime Statistics

Total Crimes:                                                     542

TYPES OF CRIME BY PERCENTAGE

Property Crime:                                                233(43%)

Theft:                                                                 117(21.6%)

Burglary:                                                            84(15.5%)

Violent Crime:                                                   38(7%)

Assault:                                                             33(6.1%)

Vehicle Theft:                                                    32(5.9%)

Rape:                                                                  4(0.7%)

Robbery:                                                            1(0.2%)