Utah Code Ann. 53-2a-309(2)
Privileges and Immunities: Law Enforcement Providing Aid in Another Jurisdiction
During a state of emergency declared by the governor, Utah law enforcement officers serving outside of their regular enforcement areas have the same privileges and immunities from being legally responsible as in the law enforcement officer’s regular enforcement areas.
Personnel responding to requests for assistance
(2) Each law enforcement officer rendering aid as provided in this part under the authority of a state of emergency declared by the governor, whether inside or outside the officer’s jurisdiction, has all law enforcement powers and the same privileges and immunities that the officer has in the officer’s own jurisdiction.