Utah County Alternative Probation strives to improve public safety and reduce recidivism; focused on supporting a drug free, mentally stable lifestyle, to improve the lives of each participant.
What is UCAP?
UCAP is an in-community supervision program for non-violent, drug involved offenders residing in Utah County. Our participant centered, targeted intervention, uses in-community supervision, to help participants learn to make permanent, positive changes in criminalistic and addictive behaviors. Entry into UCAP’s program requires participants to live within Utah County, throughout the entire probation term.
The UCAP program is administered by the Utah County Sheriff's Office in partnership with Wasatch Behavioral Health, and in conjunction with the Utah County Attorney's Office, the Utah County Justice Court, and the Utah County 4th District Court.
UCAP is a phased program of decreasing intensity, followed by a monitoring period, to include the duration of the probation period. Each UCAP phase may consist of a curfew, required check-ins, field visits, UA drug testing and treatment requirements. The duration and requirements of each phase is dependent upon the participant’s assessments and performance while in the program.
**Participants will not be refused entry due to an inability to pay**
Requirements to be in the UCAP program include:
- Currently reside and continue to reside in Utah County, throughout probation, and
- Cannot currently be on probation with AP&P or another 3rd party
The current case must:
- Contain drug and/or alcohol charges, and
- Does not involve a person crime
Exclusion from the UCAP program may include, but is not limited to:
- Any current or past incident, with/without charges, or convictions of the following:
- Offense against an officer
- Aggravated assault against a person or animal
- Specific types of incidents may require additional review including, but not limited to:
- Sex offense
- Weapons offense
Additional Information Links
If you have an emergency, please call 911
For Mental Health emergencies call
Utah State CrisisLine (800) 273-TALK (8255)
24 hours a day / 7 days a week