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Frequently Asked Questions
I Want Information on a Detainee, How Can I Find It?For information on a Detainee, select the Detainee Search Feature link. The Detainee Search feature provides all of the information that can be legally released to the public.
Detainee Search Feature
A Detainee was at Court Today, but the Detainee Search Feature is not Updated. What is the Next Step?Court information is entered into the system as soon as the papers are received from the Office of Circuit Court Clerk. Please check back later in the day to verify if the information has been updated. If the information is not updated after 6:00 p.m., please contact the Kane County Adult Justice Center at 630-208-2083.
How do I Find Out Court Information About a Detainee?Service representatives at the Kane County Adult Justice Center cannot release information about court proceedings such as case status, what happened at the last court date, or any other information. The only information that can be released is the court date. To find the Detainee’s next court date, select the Detainee Search Feature by selecting the link below.
What is the Procedure for Picking Up a Detainee’s Personal Property?A Detainee’s personal property may be picked up between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Prior to arriving at the facility, please telephone a service representative at the Kane County Adult Justice Center Intake and Release Division at 630-208-2083.
How do I Bond Out a Detainee?Once a Detainee has been processed and/or booked into the Kane County Adult Justice Center, he and/or she can be “bonded out” and/or released from custody if a bond amount has been set by the Kane County 16th Judicial Circuit. Below are some guidelines to assist you in the bond process prior to arriving at the Kane County Sheriff’s Office.
How Long does the Bond Out Process Take and What Should I Expect?There are a myriad of steps that must be taken to ensure accuracy during the bond process. The process can take several hours to complete and we thank you for your patience during this time period. After the bond is paid, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office confirms if the Detainee has any outstanding warrants prior to being released. If a Detainee has an outstanding warrant than the Detainee is not released from custody. The Detainee is then sent to the agency that is holding the warrant. Detainees with holds from other agencies (such as the Illinois Department of Corrections (I.D.O.C.) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) can be bonded out; however, they will not be released from custody. The Detainee will be remain in custody at the Kane County Adult Justice Center until the agency who requested the hold – transfers said Detainee to a different facility.
What Happens to My Money After I Post Bond?After the bond fee is collected by the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, the money is transferred to the Kane County Circuit Court Clerk's Office. For additional details regarding the disposition of a refund, please contact a service representative at the
Kane County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office or telephone their office at 630-232-3413.
What Happens to a Detainee’s Property When They are Transferred to the Illinois Department of Corrections (I.D.O.C.)?When a Detainee is sentenced to the I.D.O.C. any personal property that they are not allowed to take with them and/or that they have selected not to bring with them during the transfer process is forwarded to a person of the Detainee's choosing. The cost of shipping is covered by the money on the Detainee’s Fund Account.
I Want to Donate Books and/or have Literature to the Detainee Library.The Kane County Adult Justice Center accepts donations for its Detainee Library. Donations are greatly appreciated. Service representatives at the Kane County Adult Justice Center can only accept soft covered books. No hard covered books are allowed. The Kane County Adult Correctional Center can only accept used books if they are deemed to be in "good" condition. Books with writing and/or underlining and highlighting in them shall not be accepted. Donations are inspected prior to being placed in the jail. All genres of literature are accepted and appreciated. Due to the wide variety of reading requests, books of all reading levels and interest types are needed. An example of acceptable literature includes, but is not limited to, classics, history, biographies, auto-biographies, poetry, self-help, and religious.
Again, all types of books are needed for the library. Any books containing nudity and/or pornography will not be accepted. Donations will not be accepted for a specific Detainee. Donated materials are distributed at random.
For additional information on making a donation please contact the Detainee Programs Coordinator, Bill Woods, at 630-762-2726 or via EMail at