Olney Jail, IL Inmate Roster
- Sunday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Tuesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Wednesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Thursday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Holiday Closed
Olney Jail Basic Information
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Are you looking for someone in the Olney Jail? Olney Jail has supported the division of police since the 19th century, so if someone was arrested within city limits, they may well be at Olney Jail, Illinois.
To be sure, you can use our guide below to help you navigate through the city jail inmate search, bonding information, and contact rules and regulations.
Keep in mind that the Olney Jail is typically just a holding cell until an offender has been sentenced by the courts, so it is always a good idea to do an inmate search.
How to Do an Inmate Search
Not only can you make sure an inmate is still located at the Olney Jail, but you can also gain more information about the arrest and whether a person can be bonded out of jail.
To learn more about an inmate, you can contact the City Clerk of Court's office of the Justice Center at 618-395-8481. You will want to get their case number, bond information, and court date. This information will help you when trying to do other things as well such as posting a bond.
Bonding Someone Out
Most individuals who are arrested and placed in the Olney Jail will be bonded out before their appearance at court. This is because most offenses are minor and each person is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. At the Olney Jail, offenders may get an appearance bond, also known as a bail bond.
Bail bonds allow a jailed person to be released. The purpose of the bond is to guarantee the arrested person will appear in court at their specific time and place. The cost of each person’s bond will vary depending on the seriousness of each crime as set by the court.
Bonds must be paid in full and in cash. To pay a bond, call the phone number 618-395-8481. If you do not have the full amount to bail a person out of jail, you can consider working with bondsmen.
A bondsman will pay the bond as long as you pay 10-20% of the bond to the bondsmen with no reimbursement. These people do not work for the court or the jail and are associated with the city. To get a bondsman, do a Google Search for Olney, Illinois Bondsmen.
All Other Information
Information on visitation, mail, and phone privileges is not provided on the Olney Jail website. Therefore, you must contact the jail by phone or in person to obtain further information about inmates and their privileges.
Keep in mind most inmates will be able to make outgoing collect phone calls and also be able to share with you any information they have been given. Again, most inmates will be bonded out within the first couple days.
To learn more information about mail visitation, and privileges, you can call the Division of Correction at 618-395-8481 or visit them at the following address:
Division of Correction
320 South Whittle Avenue, Olney, IL, 62450