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Champaign County Sheriff Information
The Champaign County Sheriff’s Office provides the community with a variety of police services. It is comprised of three divisions – Law Enforcement, Court Security, and Corrections. The Law Enforcement Division employs 54 persons which include the Sheriff and Chief Deputy. The officers in this division patrol and answer calls throughout the county. The Court Security Division is staffed by 13 sworn officers who handle prisoners, tend to juries, and provide individual courtroom security. The Corrections Division oversees two facilities, employing 50 officers, 8 Sergeants, 3 Lieutenants, and 1 Captain to oversee their operations. The CCSO is headed by Sheriff Dustin D. Heuerman. The direct line to the Sheriff is 217-384-1205.
Champaign County Sheriff’s Office Address:
204 E. Main Street, Urbana, IL 61801
Champaign County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Champaign County is located in the central region of Illinois. Its county seat is Urbana while the largest city is Champaign. According to the 2010 census, there are 201,081 people living in this area, making it the 10th most populated county in the state. The total area of the county measures 998 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Champaign: 526
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Champaign County Jail Information
The Corrections Division of the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office operates two facilities – the Satellite Jail and the Downtown Jail. These two facilities process around 500 to 600 intakes per month. If you wish to learn about inmate visitation at either of these facilities, you can contact the staff using the contact details below.
Satellite Jail Address:
502 S. Lierman Avenue, Urbana, IL 61802
Satellite Jail Phone:
Downtown Jail Address:
204 E. Main Street, Urbana, IL 61801
Downtown Jail Phone:
The CCSO maintains a database of all the inmates currently housed in the two facilities. The inmate information includes the inmate’s complete name, booking date, age, race, gender, address, and housing unit. You’ll also find information on the charges and the court type.
The Champaign County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Law Enforcement Deputy and a Correctional Officer. If you wish to submit an application, you can fill out an application and schedule a test through the National Testing Network Inc. A Law Enforcement Deputy is responsible for investigating crimes, interviewing witnesses, enforcing laws, serving warrants, and responds to emergency calls. A probationary officer earns an annual salary of $50,675.76 and receives health and dental insurance.
Champaign County Sheriff Office: 204 E Main St, Urbana, IL 61801, United States
CONGRATULATIONS!! (from left) Deputies Gage Bolt, Chase Reifsteck, and Daniel Fromm!! All three graduated today from the 14-week University of Illinois Police Training Institute Law Enforcement Academy with class... https://t.co/FldLkLQDCn
Congratulations!! Sheriff Heuerman swore in Jesse Marsh today as a Deputy in our Law Enforcement Division. Deputy Marsh was hired as part of our experienced officer hiring program and comes to us from the Illinois State University Police Department.
Are you looking for "A Challenging Career" because we need motivated Law Enforcement Officers! The Champaign County Sheriff’s Office and Urbana Police Department are combining resources to co-host an entry-level... https://t.co/QUBJwLAcpT
Please join CCSO in CONGRATULATING Sergeant Dave Sherrick and Investigator Seth Herrig who Sheriff Heuerman promoted this morning. Sgt. Sherrick was promoted to Lieutenant and Investigator Herrig was promoted to... https://t.co/nAJBzMI9wt
Captain Voges, Officer McMahon & Officer Headrick attended the Special Olympics Illinois LETR Kickoff in Bloomington yesterday. The CCSO Team received a bronze level award for their fundraising efforts for... https://t.co/4zMW8uXWhx