The Livingston County Jail is the main jail facility in Livingston County, Illinois. It is a county jail that primarily houses individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or sentencing. The jail accepts inmates from various cities and police departments in Livingston County, including Pontiac, Dwight, and Fairbury.
Livingston County Jail 844 West Lincoln Street, Pontiac, IL, 61764 Phone: 815-844-5774 Website:
To find out if someone is in Livingston County Jail, you can access the jail records through the official website of Livingston County. The website provides a prisoner search feature where you can enter the person's name to check if they are currently incarcerated in the county jail. The jail records include information such as the inmate's name, booking date, charges, and bond amount.
If you are unable to find the information online, you can also contact the Livingston County Jail directly for assistance.
To visit an inmate at the Livingston County Jail, friends and families must follow certain requirements. First, they need to schedule a visitation appointment through the prisoner search feature on the county's website. Once the appointment is scheduled, visitors must arrive at the jail during the designated visiting hours and present valid identification. It is important to note that all visitors are required to follow the rules and regulations set by the Livingston County Jail, which may include dress code restrictions and limitations on personal belongings brought into the facility.
Phone: 815-844-5774 844 West Lincoln Street, Pontiac, IL, 61764
The duties of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office include maintaining public safety, enforcing laws, and operating the main detention facility in the county, which is the Livingston County Jail. The sheriff's office is responsible for serving warrants, transporting inmates, and providing security for the courthouse.
Illinois Livingston County Sheriffs Department 844 West Lincoln Street, Pontiac, Illinois, 61764 Phone: 815-844-5124