Welcome to the Utah Law Enforcement Legislative Committee
The Utah Law Enforcement Legislative Committee (ULELC) is a non-governmental association that has represented all major Utah law enforcement organizations in legislative matters for over twenty-five years. The ULELC is comprised of the directors or presidents of the following organizations:
Utah Chiefs of Police Association
Utah Sheriffs Association
Utah Attorney General
Utah Statewide Association of Prosecutors
Utah Peace Officers Association
Executive Director of the Utah Department of Corrections
Director of Law Enforcement for the Utah Department of Natural Resources
Commissioner of the Utah Department of Public Safety
The ULELC is chaired by an appointee from one of the member organizations. The current chairman is Sheriff Steve White, President of the Utah Sheriffs Association. The ULELC meets at the Utah State Capitol during the General Sessions of the Utah State Legislature. Staff support is provided by interns selected from college students with interests in politics, government and public safety. If you are interested in an internship, email the Chair or Vice Chair by clicking on the link below.
The ULELC meets every Monday morning during the legislative session at 1000 hours. Meetings are open to Utah public safety officers, employees of member organizations and invited guests only. Legislators are always welcome to address the ULELC during one of the regularly scheduled meetings. A Legislator may contact ULELC Chairman Sheriff Steve White or Vice Chair Nate Mutter for an appointment that fits the Legislator's schedule. The ULELC publishes a weekly position statement on this website, listing all bills in which the ULELC has taken a position by majority vote. The ULELC is a non-governmental organization and its position statements reflect the official position of the Utah Law Enforcement Legislative Committee, but may or may not represent the identical positions of member organizations.