The Corrections division of the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of
two special areas. The largest section is the County Jail, the other is Inmate Transportation. The Corrections Division currently has 42 Deputies assigned to the Division.
KENDALL COUNTY JAIL
The Kendall County Jail provides for the custody of individuals awaiting trial, serving sentences up to one year, or sentenced to periodic imprisonment. The Kendall County Jail was opened in 1992 with a capacity of 60 beds. In 2000, the Jail was renovated and an additional 24 beds were added. In late 2005, a new wing was constructed and 119 beds were added to the jail creating a new jail capacity of 203 beds.
The Transportation Team is responsible for transporting Inmates to and from
Court, other Jails, and Medical Facilities.
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