Witness & Victim Assistance

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Our Commitment to the Victims and Witnesses to crime

The Cache County Sheriff's Office is committed to protecting individuals and
families against violence and preserving the way of life that we
have come to love and appreciate here in Cache Valley.


Crisis Services Call 911

For all emergency services call 911, this call center is staffed 24 Hours a day 7 days a week.


Local Law Enforcement

Cache County Sheriff’s Office

1225 W Valley View Drive
Logan, Utah


Logan City Police Dept.

290 N 100 W
Logan, Utah


North Park Police Dept.

2005 N 1200 E,
North Logan, Utah


Smithfield Police Dept.

69 N Main
Smithfield, Utah


USU Police Dept.

USU, UMC 5800
Logan, Utah


Adult Probation & Parole

1225 W Valley View Drive #300
Logan, UT


Utah Highway Patrol



Local Advocacy Services

Cache County Attorney’s
Victim Services

199 N Main
Logan Utah



Unlisted Address



USU Sexual Assault

Office: (435) 797-1510
Hotline: (435) 797-RAPE (7273)
*After 5pm M-F, on weekends, and on holidays, the Hotline is answered by CAPSA.


Anti Violence Information (SAAVI)

850 E 1200 N
Logan Utah


Prosecution & Legal

Cache County Attorney’s

199 N Main
Logan Utah


Guardian Ad Litem

135 N 100 W
Logan, Utah


Assistant Attorney General

115 W Golf Course Rd,
Logan, Utah


1st District Court

135 N 100 W
Logan, Utah


Children’s Support Services

Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS)

115 W Golf Course Rd
Logan Utah


Child & Family Support Center

380 W 1400 N
Logan, Utah


Children’s Justice Center

1362 N 400 W
Logan, Utah


Financial & Housing Services

Bear River Association of
Governments (BRAG)

170 N Main
Logan, Utah


Division of Work force Services



Utah Crime Victim Reparations

(801) 238-2360
350 E 500 S, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah

Mental Health Services

Bear River Mental Health

90 E 200 N
Logan, Utah


Family Institute of Northern Utah

920 S 100 W
Logan, Utah


Comprehensive Treatment Services

920 N 200 W, Suite C
Logan, Utah


National Alliance for
the Mentally Ill



Bear River Health Department


Protective Orders

If you are the victim of violence you may petition the First District Court for a protective order.


The purpose for a protective order is

  • Stop the Violence.
  • Prohibit Communication.
  • Order the Perpetrator to stay away from residence or anywhere frequented by victim.
  • No Weapons in the possession of the Perpetrator.
  • To gain possession of automobile and personal effects.
  • Temporary custody of children.
  • Other relief necessary for safety


Once the Ex-Parte (temporary) Protective Order is granted, it is served immediately. A court date is set for a Protective Order hearing. Violation of a Protective Order is a Class A Misdemeanor, and any subsequent violations may be enhanced to felonies.


Law Enforcement takes an aggressive role when dealing with Protective Order complaints.



First District Court
135 N 100 W In Logan, Utah.


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