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Sheriff

200 W Buena Vista St

Chester, IL 62233

Voice: 618.826.5484

Fax: 618.826.4732

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www.randolphco.org

Corrections

The current listing of inmates in the Randolph County Jail is refreshed every 15 minutes.

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GUARDIAN RFID® helps jails of all sizes maximize defensibility, compliance, and operational efficiency by managing, monitoring, and tracking in-custody inmates in real-time. Exclusively endorsed by National Sheriffs’ Association, GUARDIAN RFID is deployed by jails of all sizes throughout the United States.

Inmates are required to wear non-implantable devices at all times. Any incident of non-compliance will not be tolerated. Inmates will be subject to fines and disciplinary action, including prosecution.

All systems and devices using RFID technology are designed, tested, and manufactured to comply with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations. RF energy levels generated are similar to those found in consumer electronics. Inmate-worn devices are hypoallergenic. RF-based inmate identification is the exclusive property of Randolph County Sheriff's Office.

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that prohibits and seeks to eliminate sexual abuse and sexual harassment in correctional institutions and community corrections settings. The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for staff and offenders. The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office adheres to a zero tolerance policy in regards to any sexual misconduct pertaining to the staff or inmates.

  • The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office has zero tolerance for sexual abuse or sexual harassment of any person or sexual relationships between staff and offenders
  • Offenders who have consensual sexual contact with another offender will be disciplined
  • Offenders who initiate non–consensual sexual contact with another offender will be disciplined and referred to law enforcement
  • Employees, contract staff, and volunteers who engage in sexual contact or sexual misconduct with offenders will be terminated and referred for criminal prosecution when applicable

If you have information regarding an offender who has been sexually abused or sexually harassed while under RCSO custody or community supervision, please call: 1-618-397-0975

Calls to this number are recorded. Messages are checked periodically Monday through Friday during business hours by staff.

You do not have to give your name, but it is critical that you provide as many details as possible.

This includes:

  • The name(s) and locations of persons involved;
  • The name(s) or description of any witnesses to the incident;
  • RCSO offender number (if an offender);
  • A brief description of the incident(s);
  • A brief description of where the event(s) occurred;
  • The date(s), time, and place of occurrence(s);
  • Names and contact information of others who might have additional information about the incident;
  • Your contact phone number and address (optional)

The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office investigates all allegations of offender–on–offender sexual abuse and staff sexual misconduct. Investigations are initiated by the Jail Administrator or appropriate command staff. Please understand without detailed information it is difficult to investigate a sexual abuse or sexual harassment situation.

Offenders serving their sentence within Randolph County Jail facility are urged to report allegations of sexual abuse and sexual harassment. Offenders can report by submitting a request slip, a grievance, telling a trusted staff member, or asking a family member or friend to call the report line.