As many of you are aware, Kaysville City employees are currently working out of the Police Department building until renovations on City Hall are completed. During this time, the Kaysville Police Department will be unable to provide fingerprints.
Fingerprint services are available at the Davis County Sheriff’s Office (800 West State Street, Farmington) on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. One must either live, be applying for a job in Davis County or be currently working in the jurisdiction of Davis County for us to fingerprint. Exceptions are made for adoption or foster care purposes in which you must go to the city of jurisdiction in which you live regardless of where you work. There is a $10 (cash only) fee for fingerprints. All cards must be completed in black ink only and applicants must have current government issued picture identification. Acceptable forms of identification include a driver license, Utah State Identification Card or U.S. Passport. https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/…/administrative-servic…/faq
Thank you for your patience during this transition.
2018 marked the 150th anniversary of the Kaysville Police Department, established in 1868. Officers will be wearing sesquicentennial badges through the end of the year to commemorate this important milestone for Kaysville City and celebrate the history of the police department.
The officers came up with the concept of the badge design, which is a combination of the very first badge worn by Kaysville officers in 1868 and the current badge worn by officers today.
These sesquicentennial badges are a symbol of pride and privilege each and every member shares in being part of a department that has proudly served the citizens of Kaysville City for 150 years.