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Complaints may be made to any Beaver County Sheriff´s Office supervisor. Complaints may be received verbally or in writing and in person, by telephone, by mail or electronic means. During non-business hours, complaints can also be made through our dispatch center. Please visit the Staff Directory for contacting information.
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To find out more about retirement packages, paid holidays, and an insurance plan that is second to none for doing a job that is exciting and that offers a real chance to give back to your community, then please call the Records department at 435-438–2467.
You can help our Sheriff´s Office by becoming an honorary member of the Utah Sheriff´s Association. The support given to Law Enforcement in the State of Utah through the Honorary Membership Program of the Utah Sheriffs´ Association is now and has been a huge success. Enhanced training programs, scholarships and annual conferences to mention just a few, would not be possible without citizen support.
More information can be found on the Honorary Membership page the Utah Sheriffs' Association's website.
If you received extraordinary service from a Beaver County Sheriff´s Office employee, or witnessed something that deserves special recognition, we encourage you to tell us so we may share your thoughts with that employee(s) and with the Beaver County Sheriff´s Office family. Your appreciation and encouragement are important to us. You can submit your commendation by any means to any Beaver County Sheriff´s Office supervisor. Please see the Staff Directory for contacting information.