Kankakee County Illinois Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2590)Kankakee County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Kankakee County Detention CenterJustice WayKankakeeIL60901815-802-7100
Kankakee County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Kankakee County Detention Center400 East Merchant StreetKankakeeIL60901815-937-3645
Kankakee County Sheriff / Kankakee County JailJustice WayKankakeeIL60901815-802-7100
Kankakee County Sheriff's Office3000 S Justice WayKankakeeIL60901815-802-7100
Jerome Combs Detention Center3050 South Justice WayKankakeeIL60901815-802-7100
Kankakee County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Kankakee County Jail Records
Kankakee County Sheriff's Office Website (Illinois)
Jail Population Held for State Prison68
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail5
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail3
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies191
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population374
Female Pretrial Jail Population37
Male Pretrial Jail Population480
Total Jail Admissions12,094
Total Jail Population516
Female Jail Population20
Male Jail Population389
Asian Jail Population5
Black Jail Population188
Latino Jail Population16
Native Jail Population1
White Jail Population200

Free Online Jail Records Search

You may be searching for jail records in Kankakee County. If you are, there are several options available to you. You can conduct your search through the court house where you were arrested or request a search through the internet. Many people are using the internet to get their jail records and find out if they have been convicted of a crime. This is an important step to take when you are doing an online background check.

It’s simple to do a lookup. First, locate the courthouse where the arrest was made. Once you’ve located the courthouse, simply do an online search for your name. This will provide some basic information. You will probably see something about the defendant, his last name, his state, and probably his county. There is even a chance that you’ll see his photograph.

If you want to perform a more detailed search, though, you will probably have to pay a fee. One option is to do an annual search. This will give you more detailed results than the one time search would give you. The downside is that you will not know if you’re getting accurate information. You might end up with outdated information or incomplete data.

Another option is to use a criminal records search site. These sites allow you to conduct an unlimited number of criminal background checks. Some of these sites require a membership fee, but it’s usually worth it. You’ll be able to access hundreds of records and cross reference them to find if there are any discrepancies. You will also be able to get more detailed information about jail arrest records, sexual offender records, etc.

Sometimes these sites offer a free initial search, but you may encounter a lot of “free” sites out there that will actually turn you away. They claim to offer this information, but in fact, they have purchased the records from the courthouse. A free search would never be as comprehensive as a paid one.

Jail records are public. Therefore, you should take care when searching for them online. However, because there are so many options available, you shouldn’t have to settle for a search that doesn’t provide you with all the information you want. You can always run a background check on the person if you feel uneasy.

The Internet is a great source of information. If you do a search for jail records, you will have the option of using a nationwide database or a local one. Nationwide databases tend to be bigger, which means the searches are more comprehensive. However, local jail databases are usually more specialized and limited. It’s important to keep in mind that local records are considered more current and accurate than a nationwide search. That being said, it would be silly to use a national search for something as specific as a person’s jail record.

Jail records can tell you if someone has been convicted of a crime. However, they don’t tell you about their other criminal convictions or crimes. They are also not a complete outline of the crime. To get a complete background check, you will most likely have to use a professional investigative service.