How to find an inmate in Cook County?

How to find an inmate in Cook County?

The Cook County Sheriff offers an online inmate locator service. Click below to go to the Sheriff’s website and locate a detainee in Cook County Jail. Cook County Sheriff Inmate Locator

Where is the Illinois Lottery Office in Chicago?

CHICAGO —The Illinois Lottery has opened a new Chicago-based Claim Center in the George Dunne Cook County Office Building, at 69 W. Washington St., Suite LL06. Located in the pedway, the new space allows operations to remain in Chicago’s central Loop area and provides lottery winners a convenient location to collect their prizes.

Where to claim your lottery prize in Illinois?

Players can make an appointment to claim their Illinois Lottery prize at the George Dunne Cook County Office Claim Center by visiting the Illinois Lottery Claim Center appointments page .

When was the last electric chair used in Cook County Jail?

Cook County Jail. Between 1928 and 1962, the electric chair was used 67 times at the jail, including the state’s last electrocution of James Duke on August 24, 1962. The state’s other electrocutions were carried out at the Stateville Correctional Center in Crest Hill and at the Menard Correctional Center in Chester .

Is the Pottawattamie County Jail pre trial or post trial?

Inmates held at the Pottawattamie County Jail may be pre-trial, post-trial, or held for other agencies. Inmates are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of legal jurisdiction.

Is the inmate list system an official record?

All users of the Inmate List system agree to indemnify and hold the County and its officers, employees, and agents harmless from any damages, claims, lawsuits, costs, or liability arising from their use of the Inmate List system and any of the links thereto. Information made accessible on this system is not considered an official record.

What does the inmate / parolee Locator Database mean?

Inmate/Parolee Locator. The Inmate/Parolee Locator is a database that contains information about each inmate and parolee currently under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections (DOC). The location of an inmate does not indicate the type of treatment the person is receiving at that SCI.