DuPage County Sheriff's Office - Corrections / Jail

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In 2004 the jail was re-accredited by the American Correctional Association with one of the highest overall ratings of any corrections facility in the

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Address 501 North County Farm Road Wheaton Illinois 60187
Phone 630-407-2400

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DuPage County Jail
421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
Phone: (630) 407-2400


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PHOTO I.D. REQUIRED All visitors, ages 16 years and above, are required to present a photo identification in order to visit an inmate. Only the following forms of photo identification shall be accepted: State Identification State Drivers License United States Military Identification United States Passport

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until 1896.

501 North County Farm Road

8:00 am-10:30 am

Visitation Hours

Wheaton, Illinois 60187

In 1896 a new jail and sheriff's office was erected. The new jail was built to house 8 inmates but was soon expanded to house 48.

History

By the mid 1970's tremendous growth in the county's population made the 1959 jail space inadequate. In April of 1981, the.County.accepted a $14,059,000 bid to construct a new facility on.County Farm Road.Wheaton.. Construction of the three level, 310 bed jail and adjoining Sheriff's Office began in June 1981 and was dedicated in November 1983.During the 1990's as DuPage's population continued to grow it was clear that additional jail space was needed. A 471 bed addition was built onto the existing jail and opened in 1995. With this addition, the total capacity of the jail is 825 beds. MAIL REGULATIONS.All inmates are encouraged to maintain ties with their friends and families. Letters to inmates should be addressed as follows:.INMATE’S FULL NAME.PO BOX 957.WHEATON, IL 60189-0957.REGULACIONES DE CORREO.Se anima a todos los presos que mantenga relaciones con sus amigos y familias.y familias. Las cartas a los presos deben ser remitidas de esta manera:.EL NOMBRE COMPLETO DEL PRESO.PO BOX 957.WHEATON, IL 60189-0957.Posting Bond.Bond may be posted 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Bond must be in the form of cash, cashiers check, or money order. Cashiers checks and money orders MUST be made payable as follows: "Clerk of the Court 18th Judicial District," and not to the incarcerated inmate. . History.In 1868 a $20,000 two-story brick courthouse and jail was built on land donated by.Wheaton.resident Warren Wheaton. This building in downtown.Wheaton.served DuPage.County.until 1896.In 1896 a new jail and sheriff's office was erected. The new jail was built to house 8 inmates but was soon expanded to house 48.In the late 1940's the old jail was so inadequate deputies dug a basement in the building. Shortly thereafter planning began for a new jail and sheriff's office. That building, which cost $960,000, opened in 1959 and housed 85 inmates.

(630) 407-2400

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MAIL REGULATIONS All inmates are encouraged to maintain ties with their friends and families. Letters to inmates should be addressed as follows: INMATE’S FULL NAME PO BOX 957 WHEATON, IL 60189-0957 REGULACIONES DE CORREO Se anima a todos los presos que mantenga relaciones con sus amigos y familias y familias. Las cartas a los presos deben ser remitidas de esta manera: EL NOMBRE COMPLETO DEL PRESO PO BOX 957 WHEATON, IL 60189-0957

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EMERGENCY: 911

In 2004 the jail was re-accredited by the American Correctional Association with one of the highest overall ratings of any corrections facility in the United States. The jail consistently receives high marks from the Illinois Department of Corrections and continues to operate in an efficient, cost-effective manner, despite a rapidly increasing population.

Jail Tours.For information on tours of the jail follow this.DuPage County Sheriff's Office.501 North County Farm Road.Wheaton, Illinois 60187.(630) 407-2400.EMERGENCY: 911.© DuPage County Sheriff’s Office - All Rights Reserved. Programs.Inmates are encouraged to participate in programs designed to reduce the rate of recidivism. These programs are provided by JUST (Justice, Understanding, Serving, Teaching) of DuPage, a non-profit agency started in 1986 to provide social service programs to inmates. All programs are funded by the inmates with no cost to taxpayers.Education.- A G.E.D. program allows inmate to get their high school diploma and improves their chances to obtain a job. Between 30 and 50 inmates receive their G.E.D. each year. The. College.DuPage.also offers various college level courses to eligible inmates.Substance Abuse.- An estimated 80 percent of inmates are involved with drugs or alcohol prior to incarceration. In an effort to eliminate drug related problems drug counseling and substance abuse classes, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, are available.Chaplaincy.- A full time staff chaplain and several volunteers provide a wide range of programming to meet the spiritual needs of the inmates. Inmates may attend worship services and bible study and can meet with the chaplain on an individual basis.

Visitation Hours.Male Inmates.Female Inmates.Wednesday.8:00 am-10:30 am.1:00 pm-3:30 pm.Tuesday.8:00 am-10:30 am.Sunday.8:00 am-10:30 am.1:00 pm-3:30 pm.Saturday.8:00 am-10:30 am.1:00 pm-3:30 pm.PHOTO I.D. REQUIRED.All visitors, ages 16 years and above, are required to present a photo identification in order to visit an inmate. Only the following forms of photo identification shall be accepted:.State Identification.State Drivers License.United States Military Identification.United States Passport. Periodic imprisonment. DuPage County Sheriff's Office - Corrections / Jail.Corrections/Jail.DuPage.County.Jail provides for the custody of individuals awaiting trial, serving sentences up to one year, or sentenced to.periodic imprisonment.In 2004 the jail was re-accredited by the American Correctional Association with one of the highest overall ratings of any corrections facility in the.United States. The jail consistently receives high marks from the Illinois Department of Corrections and continues to operate in an efficient, cost-effective manner, despite a rapidly increasing population.

By the mid 1970's tremendous growth in the county's population made the 1959 jail space inadequate. In April of 1981, the County Board accepted a $14,059,000 bid to construct a new facility on County Farm Road in Wheaton. Construction of the three level, 310 bed jail and adjoining Sheriff's Office began in June 1981 and was dedicated in November 1983.

Posting Bond

Substance Abuse

Inmates are encouraged to participate in programs designed to reduce the rate of recidivism. These programs are provided by JUST (Justice, Understanding, Serving, Teaching) of DuPage, a non-profit agency started in 1986 to provide social service programs to inmates. All programs are funded by the inmates with no cost to taxpayers.

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

8:00 am-10:30 am

In 1868 a $20,000 two-story brick courthouse and jail was built on land donated by Wheaton resident Warren Wheaton. This building in downtown Wheaton served DuPage County

Saturday

During the 1990's as DuPage's population continued to grow it was clear that additional jail space was needed. A 471 bed addition was built onto the existing jail and opened in 1995. With this addition, the total capacity of the jail is 825 beds.

Bond may be posted 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Bond must be in the form of cash, cashiers check, or money order. Cashiers checks and money orders MUST be made payable as follows: "Clerk of the Court 18th Judicial District," and not to the incarcerated inmate.

In the late 1940's the old jail was so inadequate deputies dug a basement in the building. Shortly thereafter planning began for a new jail and sheriff's office. That building, which cost $960,000, opened in 1959 and housed 85 inmates.

Chaplaincy - A full time staff chaplain and several volunteers provide a wide range of programming to meet the spiritual needs of the inmates. Inmates may attend worship services and bible study and can meet with the chaplain on an individual basis.

For information on tours of the jail follow this link.

DuPage County Sheriff's Office

Female Inmates

8:00 am-10:30 am

Tuesday

8:00 am-10:30 am

Sunday

Substance Abuse - An estimated 80 percent of inmates are involved with drugs or alcohol prior to incarceration. In an effort to eliminate drug related problems drug counseling and substance abuse classes, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, are available.

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

The DuPage County Jail provides for the custody of individuals awaiting trial, serving sentences up to one year, or sentenced to periodic imprisonment.

Education - A G.E.D. program allows inmate to get their high school diploma and improves their chances to obtain a job. Between 30 and 50 inmates receive their G.E.D. each year. The College of DuPage also offers various college level courses to eligible inmates.

Chaplaincy

Wednesday

Male Inmates



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