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UT DOC - Utah State Prison - USP Draper Prison is classed as a medium security facility. It has a strengthened perimeter fence and electronic detection systems to ensure inmates stay within the facility. To help inmates prepare themselves to rejoin the wider community, UT DOC - Utah State Prison - USP Draper Prison offers a wide range of work and treatment programs.

UT DOC - Utah State Prison - USP Draper Prison is a state prison. This facility is operated by the state of Utah and is used to house and rehabilitate criminals. Inmates at UT DOC - Utah State Prison - USP Draper Prison are generally housed in locked cells during the night and are provided certain privileges such as the use of a recreation area, TV, phones and in some cases may have a job within the prison. Use the inmate search feature to find an inmate here.

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This facility is for adult inmates.
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The Utah State Prison moved to its present location in 1951. Today, it houses approximately 4,500 offenders (male and female) in eight separate facilities. Inmates at the Utah State Prison are able, depending on their status and individual needs, to engage in a variety of programs, including high school education, vocational training, sex-offender treatment and intensive residential substance abuse treatment.

Movement for all inmates eligible to participate in various programs is restricted to specific times; staff conduct several counts each day to account for each and every inmate in the prison system.

The Canyons School District operates the South Park Academy at the prison, which provides inmates with the opportunity to earn high school diplomas. Davis Applied Technology College offers six different vocational certificate programs for Utah State Prison inmates.

Male inmates with substance abuse issues may participate in the Con-Quest program, while the ExCell program offers the same opportunity for female inmates. Both residential programs operate on a therapeutic-community model.