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Henry County Sheriff Information
The Henry County Sheriff’s Office ensures the safety and security of the citizens and visitors of the county by providing law enforcement services where needed. It is comprised of a variety of divisions including Administration, Patrol, Investigations, Civil Process, and Corrections. The head of the HCSO is Sheriff Kerry Loncka. The direct number for the Sheriff is 309-937-3901. The direct email for the Sheriff is Sheriff@henrycty.com. The Patrol Division conducts patrols all over the county as well as provides law enforcement services to Orion and Cambridge by contract. The Sheriff’s second-in-command is Captain Kelan Wells. The direct line for the Captain is (309) 937-3902.
Henry County Sheriff’s Office Address:
311 West Center Street, Cambridge, IL 61238
Henry County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Henry County can be found in the northern region of Illinois. Its county seat is Cambridge. The largest city in the area is Kewanee. According to the 2010 census, 50,486 people live in Henry County. The total area measures 826 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Henry: 123
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Henry County Jail Information
The Corrections Division of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the care and custody of all criminal suspects and individuals convicted of a crime in the county. who are sentenced to jail. The Henry County Jail are allowed visitation through the video visitation program provided by Securus Technolgies. Each visit is 20 minutes in lenght. All inmates are allowed 1 on-site visit a week. Off-site video visitation hours are from Sunday to Saturday, 8am to 8pm.The schedule for onsite visitation is as follows:
|Sunday||9-11AM, 1-5PM, 7-8PM|
|Wednesday||9-11AM, 1-5PM, 7-8PM|
|Saturday||9-11AM, 1-5PM, 7-8PM|
Henry County Jail Address:
311 W. Center St., Cambridge, IL 61238
Henry County Jail Phone:
The Henry County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Corrections Officer. All applicants must have a valid Driver’s License and be 21 years of age. The duties of a Corrections Officer include report writing, transporting and supervising inmates, and assisting the public. Applicants will be required to pass a written test, oral interview, medical and psychological tests, and background investigation. The starting salary is $40,664 along with Life and Health insurance.