Search for Vermilion County, IL inmate location information. Inmate records include information on prior incarcerations, arrests, convictions, inmate identification numbers, federal inmates, state inmates, county inmates, detentions before trial, prison sentences, inmate transfers, and more.
Vermilion County Jails and Prisons incarcerate convicted criminals and detain people awaiting trials in Vermilion County, Illinois. They may operate at the federal, state, or local level. Jails and Prisons maintain detailed records for the people they detain, which includes inmate records. These records contain an inmate's criminal history, including personal information, any arrests or convictions for misdemeanors or felonies, Vermilion County Court sentences, and all current and prior incarcerations. They also include important information for locating Vermilion County inmates such as their identification number, aliases, and mug shots. Jails and Prisons often provide a searchable online database for locating inmates in Vermilion County .
Danville Correctional Center Danville IL 3820 East Main Street 61834 217-446-0441
Vermilion County Jail Danville IL 2 South Street 61832 217-442-4080
Vermilion County Juvenile Detention Center Danville IL 150 Sager Street 61832 217-431-6691
Vermilion County Police Departments are charged with stopping crimes and conducting investigations in order to maintain public safety in Vermilion County, Illinois. As part of this job, Police Departments also keep records on current and former Vermilion County inmates. Police inmate records include personal information on the inmate such as name, date of birth, the length of the sentence, and the offense which led to incarceration. These Vermilion County public criminal records may also include information about the jail or prison currently holding the inmate and any prison transfers. Police Departments may provide online access to inmate records.
Belgium Police Department Westville IL 22 Orlea Street 61883 217-267-4956
Catlin Police Department Catlin IL 109 South Sandusky Street 61817 217-427-2131
Catlin Police Department Catlin IL East Davis Street 61817 217-427-2131
Danville Police Department Danville IL 2 South Street 61832 217-431-2250
Fairmount Police Department Fairmount IL 301 South Main Street 61841 217-733-2388
Fithian Police Department Fithian IL 202 North Main Street 61844 217-288-9251
Georgetown Police Department Georgetown IL 200 South Main Street 61846 217-662-2131
Henning Police Department Henning IL 4 Main Street 61848 217-286-3373
Hoopeston Police Department Hoopeston IL 301 West Main Street 60942 217-283-5196
Indianola Police Department Indianola IL 1 South Walnut Street 61850 217-284-3282
Indianola Police Department Indianola IL North Street 61850 217-442-4080
Oakwood Police Department Oakwood IL 106 South Scott Street 61858 217-354-2131
Potomac Police Department Potomac IL 310 West State Street 61865 217-987-6900
Rankin Police Department Rankin IL 116 South Main Street 60960 217-397-2240
Ridge Farm Police Department Ridge Farm IL 8 West Owen Street 61870 217-247-2131
Rossville Municipal Office Rossville IL 120 East Attica Street 60963 217-748-6914
Rossville Police Department Rossville IL 120 East Attica Street 60963 217-748-6914
Sidell Police Department Sidell IL 205 Market Street 61876 217-288-9251
Tilton Police Department Tilton IL 201 West 5th Street 61833 217-442-2151
Tilton Police Department Tilton IL 1001 Tilton Road 61833 217-477-0802
Vermilion County Metropolitan Enforcement Group Danville IL 2 South Street 61832 217-443-1466
Westville City Hall Westville IL 201 North State Street 61883 217-267-2131
Westville Police Department Westville IL 200 Washington Street 61883 217-267-2131
Vermilion County Probation Departments are responsible for monitoring court-ordered probations, including those imposed on individuals as an alternative to incarceration in Vermilion County, Illinois. Probation Departments keep detailed records on probations, including requirements to seek treatment for drug or alcohol abuse, attend counseling, or pay restitution to victims. People who have been convicted of felonies or misdemeanors but who were never incarcerated may not appear in other Vermilion County inmate records, so probation records can be an important source of information for background checks. These records will also list any prior or current Vermilion County incarcerations, and they may be available through an online database.
Vermilion County Probation Department Danville IL 7 North Vermilion Street 61832 217-544-7021
Vermilion County Sheriff's Departments often operate at the county level to maintain safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Vermilion County, Illinois. As part of these responsibilities, Vermilion County Sheriff's Departments keep records on current and former inmates. These Vermilion County inmate records include personal information such as the inmate's name, date of birth, the length of the sentence, and the offense which led to incarceration. Additionally, the records may include information about the Vermilion County jail or prison currently holding the inmate, as well as any prison transfers. Sheriff's Departments may provide online access to their inmate records.
Vermilion County Sheriffs Department / Vermillion County Jail Danville IL 2 South Street 61832 217-442-4080