Frequently asked questions

The White Collar Crime Offender Registry was created by the 2015 General Session HB 378, and is mainly codified in Utah Code §§77-42-101, et. seq.  The administrative rule concerning the Registry is Utah Administrative Rule R105-3.


Any person who has been convicted (including as a result of a plea bargain) in any Utah State Court since December 31, 2005 of a Second Degree Felony for any of these offenses:
  1. Utah Code § 61-1-1 or § 61-1-2, securities fraud;
  2. Utah Code § 76-6-405, theft by deception;
  3. Utah Code § 76-6-513, unlawful dealing of property by fiduciary;
  4. Utah Code § 76-6-521, insurance fraud;
  5. Utah Code § 76-6-1203, mortgage fraud;
  6. Utah Code § 76-10-1801, communications fraud;
  7. Utah Code § 76-10-1903, money laundering; or
  8. Utah Code § 76-10-1603, pattern of unlawful activity, if at least one of the unlawful activities used to establish the pattern of unlawful activity is an offense listed.

The Registry does NOT apply to those offenders convicted in United States District Court.


Under Utah Code § 77-42-106(3), an offender is not required to register if the offender:
  1. Has complied with all court orders made at the time of sentencing; and
  2. Has paid in full all court-ordered amounts of restitution to victims; and
  3. Has not been convicted of any other offense for which registration would be required.

Visit the Offender Portal at www.utfraud.com to register within 45 days of sentencing. Additionally, communicate with the White Collar Crime Registry’s Review Officer when contacted. The Review Officer will contact you to verify information that will be used on your Registry listing. If needed, you may also be asked to make arrangements to have your photograph taken by the Attorney General’s Office.


A first offender remains listed on the Registry for 10 years for a first offense, an offender convicted of a second offense remains listed for an additional period of 10 years, and an offender convicted for a third time remains listed for a lifetime.


There are two ways for an offender to be removed from the Registry before the time limits set forth above. The first way to be removed is the offender may directly petition the Attorney General’s Office and submit supporting documents under the provisions of Utah Code Ann. 77-42-108(12). The Review Officer will review the petition and supporting documents to determine whether the offender is eligible to be removed from the Registry. The second way to be removed is the offender may petition the Court where the offender was convicted by following the procedure set forth in Utah Code Ann. 77-42-108(1) through (11). Also see Utah Administrative Rules R105-3-9 and R105-3-10.


If the question concerns whether you should be included on the Registry or the accuracy of information about you on the Registry, please contact the Review Officer via whitecollar@agutah.gov.  For any inquiry that is not about your own status on the Registry – for example, to report a person you believe should be included on the Registry – please use the “Contact Us” tab on the website and click “Report an Offender”.  Please remember that the Registry includes only those offenders convicted in Utah State Courts.


Yes, you must notify the Registry by sending your updated contact information (e.g. home address, email) to the Registry via whitecollar@agutah.gov within 30 days of changing your contact information.


You may file a Request for Agency Action under the Utah Administrative Procedures Act, Utah Code §63G-4-201.  The Request for Agency Action must be made in writing, within 30 days of the date of the decision you are challenging, and must be sent to the Presiding Officer via the “Contact Us” tab on the White Collar Crime Offender Registry at www.utfraud.com, at whitecollar@agutah.gov or by mail at: 

White Collar Crime Offender Registry Presiding Officer

Office of the Attorney General

160 East 300 South, Fifth Floor P.O. Box 140874

SLC, Utah 84114-0874


You can contact the Registry Coordinator via the “Contact Us” tab on the Registry at www.utfraud.com, at whitecollar@agutah.gov or by mail at: 

White Collar Crime Offender Registry Coordinator

Office of the Attorney General

160 East 300 South, Fifth Floor P.O. Box 140874

SLC, Utah 84114-0874


Having your picture taken, when requested, is part of the registration process.  You will be in violation of Utah Code §77-42-106(2) and Utah Administrative Code Rule R105-3-5(4) if you do not arrange to have your picture taken, when requested.  Furthermore, the Attorney General’s Office may use your arrest mug shot, your most recent driver’s license photograph, or any publicly available photograph of you.


All requests for records associated with the Registry under the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) should be directed to the Attorney General’s GRAMA coordinator via the “Contact Us” tab on the White Collar Crime Offender Registry at www.utfraud.com, at ago_grama_coordinator@agutah.gov or mailed to:

GRAMA Coordinator

Office of the Attorney General

PO Box 140860

Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-0860