Individual Inmate Report
|Booking #||Inmate Full Name||Date of Birth||Race||Gender||Height||Weight|
|Booked Date||Housing Location||Visiting Day / Time||Bail Amount|
|04/17/2013||09-3F-3-302||Monday 3:30p - 8:30p||
| 720 ILCS 5 9-1(a)(1) 
MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
|Next Court Date||Court House Location|
1500 Maybrook Drive Room: 105
Maywood, IL 60153
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Effective July 7, 2014, all female inmates formerly housed in Division 4 have now been transferred to Division 3 for housing purposes. Therefore, all visits will now take place in Division 3. Please utilize the DOC main entrance, 2800 S. California Ave., just south of the Criminal Courts Building, in order to access the visiting area for Division 3.
Also effective July 7, 2014, all visits for inmates housed in Division 2 will be held in Division 4, which is located at 2800 S. Sacramento Ave., just south of 26th Street.
Mailing Address for this inmate
P.O. Box 089002
(Insert Housing Location from above here)
Chicago, Illinois 60608
RECEIVE CODE = 1750
Account = Inmate name # Inmate number
Requirements for Entry into the Facility:
Identification: All visitors must be in possession of one valid photo identification including:
- Valid Drivers License or State ID
- U.S. Military Identification Card
- Valid Passport/Visa/Consulate ID
- Valid Alien Registration Card
- Public Aid Photo ID
- Photo School ID
Age: Vistors must be 17 or older, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Registration: Each visitor is required to register on the Visitor Registration Form, providing their name and address and the relationship to the detainee.
Search: ALL visitors, including children, are subject to search prior to being allowed to visit any inmate. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, the following: Alcohol, Electronics, Newspapers/Magazines, Books, Food, Pocket Knives, Cameras, Lighters, Syringes, Cell Phones, Matches, Tobacco Products, Drinks, Music Players, Tools, Drugs, Nail, Clippers, and Weapons.
VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL CODE 720 ILCS 5/31A IS A FELONY PUNISHABLE UP TO 12 YEARS IN THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Out-of-Town Visits: Visitors from out of town shall be allowed to visit Monday through Saturday regardless of the regularly scheduled visiting day of the inmate. The visitors must submit proof that they are from out of town, which is defined as 150 miles or more from the Cook County Department of Corrections.
Instructions for Bonding Out an Inmate:
Where: Division Five, 2700 South California Avenue
Time: 9 AM to 9 PM Sunday through Saturday, including Holidays
Methods of payment: Cash (US currency only); NO Personal Checks, NO Money Orders, Bank or Cashier Checks only. When paying by check, the check is payable to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and must be presented during normal banking hours for verification purposes (the Clerk of the Circuit Court bonding clerk will speak with a bank employee for verification).
You may pay CASH BAIL by Credit or Debit Card. A non-refundable service fee of 2.13% will be charged. The actual payment card used and a valid photo ID are required to process the payment.
Posting of Bail Bonds by Credit Card must be transacted in person
at the 26th and California facility.
Bonding Procedures and PoliciesDetainees incarcerated overnight or longer.
After the inmate's name is recorded in the logbook it should take approximately 20 minutes for the record's clerk to prepare inmate folder for bonding. This time frame is based on the conditions that the inmate is NOT in court that day and/or does not have a hold from another agency that requires additional information from the agency and a reply is needed. In those instances more time will be needed. The time needed depends on when the inmate returns from court and/or when the needed information is received from the other agency.
Detainees coming to the department after being arrested and attending bond court must be processed into the department before bond is posted. The time frame before bond is posted will depend on when the person is brought to the department from court and processed.
Although every effort is made to keep the information accurate and current, it cannot be guaranteed. Users are cautioned that the information is based upon name check only and documentation the DOC received. By using this search tool, you acknowledge that you understand that it is solely your responsibility to verify any information you may obtain herein before relying on said information for any type of legal action.
Last Update: Jul 28 2014 11:25PM