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37W755 Illinois Route 38
St. Charles, Illinois 60175
Detainee Mail Regulations
Detainees at Kane County Adult Justice Center are allowed to send and receive an unlimited amount of letters through the United States Postal Service. In order to send mail to a Detainee, include their legal name, as well as their Detainee ID Number. This information can be located using the Detainee Search feature.
Mailing Address for Detainees:Detainee's Full Name and Detainee ID NumberKane County Adult Justice Center37W755 Illinois Route 38Suite BSt. Charles, Illinois 60175
Mail items containing glitter, lipstick, electronic music devices, adhesives (glue or tape), may be returned to the sender. Mail items will not be denied based on the item containing staples.
Detainees are not allowed to receive the following items:
Money orders sent through the mail to the Kane County Adult Justice Center are accepted and deposited in the Detainee Fund Account. Money orders must be in submitted in increments of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) or less. Money orders of Fifty One Dollars ($51.00) or more will not be accepted. Money orders must be completed in full. Include the Detainee’s legal name and Detainee ID Number, as well as the sender’s signature and information. Personal checks are not accepted.
Detainees may receive up to five (5) pictures and/or photographs per envelope. Detainees are not allowed to receive the following items.
Pictures that contain any illegal activity shall be forwarded to law enforcement for investigation.
Detainees are allowed to receive books and/or other media as shown below.
All mail shall be opened and inspected for appropriate content and contraband. Items deemed inappropriate or contraband shall not be allowed. At the discretion of the Kane County Adult Justice Center, mail items may be photocopied and/or reproduced. Mail containing information or materials related to illegal activity shall be forwarded to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation.