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Detainee Visiting Regulations
In 2013, the Kane County Adult Justice Center began utilizing a video visitation system for Detainees to visit with their family and other professionals. For your convenience, an on-line registration and scheduling module has been configured.
Registering For and Scheduling a Visit
The first step in the visitation process is for the Detainee to complete an "Approved Visitors List." The list is comprised of individual names that the Detainee has requested and is allowed to receive visitors.
Only immediate family members on the Detainee’s “Approved Visitors List” may visit with a Detainee. These people may include:
Once the Approved Visitors List has been completed, an approved visitor needs to register as a user in the system.
Visitation Day and Visiting Hours
Each Detainee is allowed one (1) visiting group per week. The visiting group may consist of two (2) persons in any of the following combinations.
Each visiting group is thirty (30) minutes in length. You may only visit one (1) detainee per day.
To Register for or Schedule a visit, go to
http://kcso.seevizvox.com/, or select the following link
Visitation Center Rules
The Kane County Sheriff’s Office recognizes the importance of allowing Detainees to visit with certain persons and organizations. The groups listed below are considered "Professional Visitors."
* Law Enforcement Agents
* Department of Corrections Officials
* Department of Children and Family Services and/or Other Related Agencies
Learn more about setting up a Professional Visit or telephone 630-208-2100 to speak directly to a Kane County Sheriff’s Office service representative.
Jail Tour Program
The Kane County Sheriff's Office encourages and may grant tours of the Kane County Adult Justice Center to public organizations: youth groups; school and church groups; news and media; and, civic and community leaders.
The primary purpose of the Jail Tour Program is designed for the community to see first-hand the role of law enforcement within the correctional facility. Program guests receive important insight into what it means to be a correctional officer. Criminal Justice students and people interested in a career in law enforcement have found this program particularly useful. The Jail Tour Program fosters a clear understanding of the rewards, challenges, and risks, associated with being a correctional officer. The tours typically last approximately 60 to 90 minutes.
Jail Tour Program