We are process service experts.
Since 2010, Wasatch Constables has been the corporate entity of the Ogden City Constable’s Office. We deliver, execute, and enforce Utah’s court process, both civil and criminal, with courtesy, professionalism, and competence. Our success is based on your success. We are committed to:
Our goal is to become your process server and increase your serve rate.
As Peace Officers under Utah Code, constables have powers and authority beyond regular process servers or private investigators.
In Utah, a constable is a fully empowered peace officer; specifically, a “Special Function” officer. Constables and their deputies are not tasked with general law enforcement duties. Still, constables and their deputies are certified through the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council. A proper analogy would be that constables are Utah’s equivalent of the US Marshals Service. While federally, the FBI is responsible for general law enforcement, the US Marshals Service are federal court bailiffs, recover fugitives, and serve process. In Utah, police and sheriffs are tasked with general law enforcement while constables perform court security, warrant arrests, and process service.
Wasatch Constables is the corporate entity for the Ogden City Constable, Rob Kolkman. Ogden appointed Rob as its Constable in 2009 and he founded Wasatch Constables to serve the greater Wasatch front and all of Utah
I’m Rob Kolkman, Ogden City Constable and owner of Wasatch Constables. I’ve worked in law enforcement in Utah for nearly 30 years. I promise to treat you like our only customer because I understand how important your service documents are. If you have any problems or question, please call and ask for me and I will personally help you, I promise.