Illinois

Illinois Inmate Search

Updated on: March 23, 2020
Department Name
Illinois Department of Corrections
Location
1301 Concordia Court, P.O. Box 19277, Springfield, IL 62794-9277
Phone Number
(217) 558-2200/ 2008

About Illinois Department of Corrections

The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) was set up in 1970. During its creation, the organization consolidated organization of all state penitentiaries, adolescent focuses and grown-up and adolescent parole benefits under one bearing just because. The production of the preparation institute followed in 1974, which helped set the establishment of preparing the most ideal staff for the office's restorative offices. On July 1, 2006, the Illinois Department of Adolescent Equity was shaped, which isolated the grown-up and adolescent corrections frameworks.

When IDOC began, Illinois just worked seven grown-up offices. Since that time, stricter laws have brought about expanded condemning and longer terms. To address this relentless increment in the detainee populace, the office today works 25 grown-up remedial focuses just as training camps, work camps, and grown-up change focuses.

Security is at the bleeding edge of organization tasks with an accentuation on cutting edge staff to ensure and control prisoners. Various activities to guarantee the security of workers and prisoners have yielded critical outcomes. Security level assignments, controlled line development, detainee property boxes and expanded checking of security danger bunches have added to an increasingly secure Illinois jail framework.

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