Lake County Juvenile Detention, IL Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: April 12, 2020
Lake County Juvenile Detention
  • 25467 North Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, IL, 60061
  • 847-377-7800

Lake County Juvenile Detention inmate lookup: DOB, Bookings, Booking Date, Inmate Roster, Description of Charges, Who's in jail, Charges, Mugshots, Booking #, Alias, Bond, Release Date, Arrests, Gender.

The Lake County Juvenile Detention has been around for over 100 years. The Lake County Juvenile Detention is in Vernon Hills, Illinois.

On July 1, 2009, the original Lake County Juvenile Detention closed its doors for the last time. This original Lake County Juvenile Detention was in use for over 100 years. Throughout those 100 years, the Lake County Juvenile Detention was in constant operation.

It took nearly 8 months for the Newton County to officially pass a bond issue that would allow the Lake County the money and design elements to officially start constructing a bigger and better Lake County Juvenile Detention.

The bigger and better Lake County Juvenile Detention was fully done and operational in August 2014.

Vernon Hills - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Lake County Juvenile Detention

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    25467 North Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, IL, 60061

  • Phone

    847-377-7800

  • City

    Vernon Hills

  • Postal Code

    60061

  • State

    Illinois

  • Country

    Lake County

  • Facility Name

    Lake County Juvenile Detention

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    25467 North Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, IL, 60061

  • Phone

    847-377-7800

  • Country

    Lake County

  • City

    Vernon Hills

  • Postal Code

    60061

  • State

    Illinois

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Calling the Lake County Juvenile Detention to find out information on an inmate is a thing of the past now. Now, you can easily locate information on an inmate within a few minutes.

The Lake County Juvenile Detention keeps its updated inmate roster available on the web for the general public to search through. In order to search through the database, you can need to know the full name of the inmate.

Keep in mind that the inmate roster is not updated in real-time, so if an inmate was just transferred to the facility, it will take a few hours to a few days before they officially show up in the inmate roster.

You can always contact the Lake County Juvenile Detention as well to get the most updated information on inmates.

Send a Mail/Package

If you would like to stay in touch with an inmate in the Lake County Juvenile Detention, you can easily do so by sending them letters.

Sending letters to your loved ones in the Lake County Juvenile Detention is the most cost-effective way to stay in constant communication.

You should always remember that anything and everything you send to the Lake County Juvenile Detention will be closely examined for contraband and thoroughly read. Do not say anything you would not want someone else to read.

All mail that you send to the Lake County Juvenile Detention should have the inmate name and the inmate identification number along with your return address.

Sending Money

The Lake County Juvenile Detention uses JailATM to allow the families and friends of inmates to deposit money in their commissary and phone accounts.

The JailATM is like the popular JPay service. You will incur a service fee for using the service, but the funds will be deposited into the inmate's accounts typically within the same day.

You will be able to deposit funds over the phone and online as well. This makes it easy for you no matter where you are or what you are doing.

Phone Calls

Inmates are not completely cut off from communicating with their loved ones outside of jail. The Lake County Juvenile Detention wants inmates to continue talking to their family and friends and have a support system when they leave the facility.

Inmates will be permitted to make collect calls to their loved ones. Collect calls will incur a charge that is the recipient's responsibility to pay. When an inmate makes a collect call, they will only be allowed to call landline numbers as cell phones do not support collect calls.

All calls are limited to 15-minutes. There can be absolutely no use of any sort of call features such as call waiting, three-way calling, or call forwarding.

Visitation Rules

To visit an inmate, you will need to contact the Lake County Juvenile Detention directly. The Lake County Juvenile Detention can then set you up with an appointment to visit the inmate along with everything you need to know or do prior to coming down to the facility for your first time.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Sunday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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