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Stateville Correctional Center

Stateville Correctional Center, IL Prison Inmates

Updated on: December 14, 2022
Postal Code
Will County
Phone Number
16830 South Broadway Street PO Box 112, Joliet, IL, 60434

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Stateville Correctional Center, IL, is a maximum-security, adult incarceration facility with three-living units for the general inmate population and a 32-bed sanatorium in its health care center. The facility, originally established in 1925, sits on a 2264-acre land featuring a 33-foot wall surrounded by guard towers. Stateville Correctional Center, IL, has a total population of 2256; 1091 in the correctional center, 1031 in the Northern Reception and Classification Center (NRC), and 134 in the minimum-security facility.




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Sending a Mail/Care Package

The Stateville Correctional Center supports sending mail to inmates. There are no limitations on how many mails you can send per week. However, ensure you send supported mail types and formats to the right jail mailing address. You need the inmate's ID number and name for the mail to be successfully delivered. The detention center's mailing address is: Stateville Correctional Center P.O. Box 112 Joliet, IL 60434

Sending Money

Stateville Correctional Center offers necessities to its population. However, inmates must purchase essentials such as games, shoes, hygiene products, writing supplies, socks, and underwear from the jail commissary. Purchasing such items needs money, but since inmates aren't allowed solid cash, they must use what's available in their commissary accounts. The correctional center supports sending money to prison via lockbox, electronic funds transfer, and mailing a check or money order. The quickest and most efficient way to transfer electronic funds and deposit slips to an inmate's commissary account is JPay. Other ways to send money to a prisoner's commissary account are:
  • Money gram via the Blue Money Gram Express Payment form using 7364 as the receiving code
  • ConnectNetwork on the Illinois Department of Corrections page
  • Western union at com or multiple locations by filling out the Quick Collect Form
Processing Western Union, GTL, and JPAY payments take around 24 to 48 business hours, while Money Gram payments take 72 to 96 business hours.

Phone calls

Prisoners can't receive calls directly from their family and friends. But they can make outgoing calls and pay with their commissary account balances. Maximum call time is limited to 30 minutes maximum. Every outgoing call undergoes strict monitoring and regulation to optimize safety. Stateville Correctional Center inmate calls are facilitated through the GTL system. As a close person to an inmate, you can create a prepaid account and send funds to the account. The inmate will use the money to call you whenever they can. Call rates start from $0.096/minute for local calls and $0.0135/minute for collect calls.


Visitation regulations in the Stateville Correctional center depend on the security level of an inmate's housing unit. Visitations for inmates in maximum-security housing units have visitation schedules from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm every day. The arrival time is set at 1 pm every day. The minimum-security visitation time starts from 8 am to 2 pm on holidays and weekends. You have to be at the prison's gate by 12:30 pm. Inmates living in protective custody and general housing units can get a one-hour visit during the week and holidays or two hours during weekends. Those in segregated housing units are entitled to one-hour visits per week.

Visiting Hours

Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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