Kane County Juvenile Justice

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Kane County Juvenile Justice Details

Address, Phone Number, and Hours for Kane County Juvenile Justice, a Juvenile Justice Center, at 37W655 Illinois 38, St. Charles IL.

Kane County Juvenile Justice
37W655 Illinois 38
St. Charles, Illinois, 60175
Mon-Fri 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

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About the Kane County Juvenile Justice

The Kane County Juvenile Justice, located in St. Charles, IL, is an office of the legal system that handles youths who have broken the law. The Juvenile Justice System, including Juvenile Justice Centers and the Department of Juvenile Justice, operates separately from the legal system for adult offenders. In Illinois state, the Juvenile Justice System prioritizes rehabilitation, under the theory that youths are capable of change and should not face the same punishments as adult offenders. The Illinois Juvenile Justice System operates under state statutes and works with multiple agencies, such as courts, law enforcement, corrections, and social services.

You may contact the Department of Juvenile Justice for questions about:
  • The St. Charles Juvenile Justice System
  • Kane County Juvenile detention centers
  • Foster care system in Kane County, IL
  • Juvenile delinquent and offender rehabilitation
  • St. Charles Diversion and Reentry programs
Juvenile Detention Centers

The Department of Juvenile Justice oversees St. Charles juvenile detention centers. These detention centers hold minors awaiting formal proceedings and they provide services to youths during their stay, including education, recreation, and counseling. Within the Juvenile Justice System, youth offenders participate in a judicial process known as Adjudication, which determines the best response to the offense. The Juvenile Justice System creates a Disposition Plan based on the Adjudication process, while also considering any psychological assessments and diagnostic testing, the youth's background, and other factors. The Disposition Plan details the consequences of the youth's offense and may require supportive services like probation, community supervision, or restitution. The Disposition Plan may also require placement in a Kane County Juvenile Correction facility.

St. Charles Juvenile Delinquency

In St. Charles, law enforcement agencies who arrest a minor, or juvenile offender, refer the youth to a St. Charles Juvenile Justice agency or another intake center. The agency or center conducts an assessment of whether the youth should be referred to a juvenile court for formal process or handled internally. Juvenile delinquency programs attempt to rehabilitate minor offenders.

Diversion and Reentry Programs

The Illinois Juvenile Justice System prioritizes rehabilitation, which includes Diversion and Reentry Programs for minor offenders in St. Charles. Diversion directs the youth away from the Juvenile Justice System and offers alternative resolutions and consequences. This can include a St. Charles Aftercare or Reentry component, which assists the youth reentering society after completing the elements of a Disposition Plan or after release from a Kane County Juvenile Correction facility. The Aftercare and Reentry components often involve other Kane County community service providers.

Juvenile Justice Records in Kane County

In general, the Juvenile Justice System does not make records for Kane County juvenile offenders available to the public to protect the privacy of minor offenders. Records such as Adjudication records, the Disposition Plan, and Diversion programs are often sealed, though the youth or their family may be able to contact the Kane County Juvenile Justice to receive copies of juvenile justice records.

Contact the Kane County Juvenile Justice

You may contact the Kane County Juvenile Justice by calling 630-406-7480, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Kane County Juvenile Justice, 37W655 Illinois 38, St. Charles, Illinois, 60175.

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