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    • Do you accept credit cards?

    • How can I dispose of unwanted medication?

    • How do I bond someone out of jail?

    • How do I get a copy of a police/accident report?

    • How do I pay for my ticket?

    • I am going out of town. Can the Sheriff's Office keep an eye on my house?

    • I think I've had a scam phone call/email, what should I do?

    • My house is in foreclosure do I need to move out now?

    • What car seat or booster seat should I be using for my child?

    • What is the fee to have papers served by a deputy?

    • When and where are Sheriff's Sales held?

    • Who do I call about a dead animal in the road?

ANNOUNCEMENT - SHERIFF SALES AND EVICTIONS 

Due to the restrictions put in place by the 23rd Judicial Circuit Court regarding COVID-19, all Evictions will NOT be conducted until further notice. To further keep our deputies and community healthy, Sheriff Sales scheduled for Monday, April 27th are also NOT being conducted until further notice.

We have contacted all Attorney’s regarding this matter. Rescheduling of Evictions and Sheriff Sales will be done at a later time.

If you have any questions, please call our Civil Process Department at 630-553-7500 x1152

Records Division

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The Kendall County Sheriff's Office Records staff is responsible for the management of police records, including the processing of reports, citations, warrants, expungements, Freedom of Information Act requests concerning police records, and the transmittal of information to police agencies, county/state/federal courts and corrections systems.

 
The Records Division is open for walk-up business from 8am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, on the second floor of the Kendall County Sheriff's Office, located at 1102 Cornell Lane, Yorkville IL, 60560.

 

Phone Number: 630-553-7500             Fax Number: 630-553-1972

 

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 

It is the "public policy of the State of Illinois that all persons are entitled to full and complete information regarding the affairs of government. " 5ILCS140/1

The State of Illinois has made this policy a law through the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, which further declares that all persons shall have access to all public records in order to promote transparency and accountability at all levels of government.

 

How to Make a FOIA Request

Copies of police reports may be requested in-person at the Sheriff's Office Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:30pm

To make an online request through our portal, click here

To make a FOIA request by mail or fax, please download the form and send to:
1102 Cornell Lane
Yorkville, IL 60560

Fax: 630-553-1972

 

How to Obtain a Copy of a Crash Report

Copies of crash reports may be requested in-person at the Sheriff's Office or through the above portal. All copies have a $5 fee.

You may also obtain a copy of your crash report through the following website for an additional fee: crashdocs.org