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:
- Parents (Father and/or Mother);
- Siblings (Brothers and/or Sisters);
- One (1) Significant Other (this can be any person of the Detainee’s choosing, which is not listed above).
Once the Approved Visitors List has been completed, an approved visitor needs to register as a user in the system.
- During the registration process, new users are required to create a username and password.
- Write the username and password down as it must be retained and cannot be retrieved.
- Service representatives at the Kane County Sheriff’s Office cannot retrieve this information for you at a later date.
- A visitation appointment can be made after the registration process is completed.
Visitation Day and Visiting Hours
- Visitation days and hours vary.
- During the scheduling process you will see the available days and times.
- All visits must be scheduled at least twenty-four (24) hours and/or one (1) day in advance.
- Appointments can be scheduled up to ninety-six (96) hours and/or four (4) days in advance.
- Visitation may be cancelled and/or altered on Kane County Court Appointed Holidays, for safety and/or security reasons.
- For step by step information on how to register and/or schedule visitation, please select theVizVox link.
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.
- One (1) adult.
- One (1) adult and one (1) child.
- Two (2) adults.
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
- All visitors must arrive fifteen (15) minutes prior to the scheduled visitation start time in order to check in.
- Visitors arriving after the scheduled start time will not be allowed their visit.
- All visitors must possess a valid government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, or State issued ID card.
- All children (under the age of eighteen (18)) must be accompanied by an adult and shall possess a copy of the child’s birth certificate.
- Visitors may also be asked to provide proof of relationship to the Detainee.
- Proof of relationship can be accomplished via a birth certificate, marriage license, adoption papers, or other legal documents.
- The Kane County Sheriff’s Office Lobby Rules must be followed at all times.
- All persons and property on the Sheriff’s Office grounds are subject to being searched.
- No cameras, cell phones, “Smart Watches,” MP3 players, and/or any other electronic devices are allowed.
- If it is discovered that you have taken any photographs in the facility the camera or photographic device may be confiscated.
- Bags, purses, briefcases, and/or other items are not allowed in the visiting area.
- Appropriate dress and/or attire is required at all times.
- Any item issued to you remains the property of the Kane County Sheriff’s Office. You are solely responsible for any loss of and/or damage of said items and may be assessed a fee for these actions.
- The Kane County Sheriff’s Office is not responsible for the loss and/or damage to any property secured in lockers and/or left unattended at the facility.
- All visits are monitored and recorded.
- Kane County Sheriff’s Office staff can deny, change, and/or cancel a visitation at any time at their discretion.
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.