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DuPage County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are DuPage County Arrest Records?

Local law enforcement agencies in DuPont County generate arrest records. These official documents provide details about altercations between law enforcement and individuals, which lead to arrests. An arrest record usually contains the following:

  • A court-approved arrest warrant
  • The arrestee’s details, e.g., full name, race, gender, height, and other physical descriptors
  • Details of the arrest, including time, location, and manner of execution
  • Arresting officer details
  • Charges brought against the arrestee.

In DuPage County, the Sheriff’s Office is responsible for handling arrests and provides records to interested individuals.

How Do I Get DuPage County Police Reports?

The Records Division of the DuPage County Sheriff is responsible for maintaining incident and traffic crash reports written by Deputy Sheriffs all over the county. It makes these available to the public for a fee and upon request. Individuals who wish to obtain reports may visit the Sheriff’s Office or send a written request. The Sheriff’s Office charges $5 per accident report and 50 cents per page for incident reports.

DuPage County Sheriff
Records Division
501 North County Farm Road,
Wheaton, IL 60187

Crime Statistics

DuPage County recorded 1,419 violent crimes and 12,682 property crimes in 2015, the last year with a complete set of records. These figures represent a 13% jump in violent crimes and a 1.7% dip in property crimes between 2014 and 2015. A closer look at 2015 violent crime figures shows 13 murders, 213 rapes, 869 aggravated assaults, and 324 robberies in DuPage County. Larceny was the most prevalent violent crime with 10,747 incidents. Other recorded property crimes in the county are 1,500 burglaries, 435 vehicle thefts, and 55 arsons. Compared to the previous year, DuPage County recorded lower burglary (7.1%) and larceny (1.3%). Murder (18.2%), rape (41.1%), aggravated assault (7.5%), robbery (13.3%), vehicle theft (9%), and arson (16.7%) rates experienced significant year-on-year increases.

What are DuPage County Criminal Records?

DuPage County criminal records detail an accused person's path, from initial offense and arrest to conviction and sentencing. Law enforcement agents generate these records with input from the courts and correctional facilities, so they often maintain copies of criminal records. In DuPage County, interested individuals may obtain criminal records from the Sheriff’s Office or the Court Clerk’s office.

How Do I Get DuPage County Criminal Records?

The DuPage County Sheriff provides copies of criminal records and makes them available to the public. Individuals who wish to obtain criminal records in DuPage County may visit the Sheriff’s office in person (Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) or mail a written request. Requesters must describe the record as accurately as possible and pay the requisite fee to the Records Division.

DuPage County Sheriff
Records Division
501 North County Farm Road,
Wheaton, IL 60187

How to Find DuPage County Sex Offender Information?

Following Illinois law, the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for registering and tracking sex offenders. The Sheriff maintains an up-to-date registry of sex offenders and makes the information publicly available online. Interested individuals may search this database to find registered sex offenders by name or pull a list of those living around a particular zip code. The Sheriff also maintains a list of incarcerated sex offenders as well as non-compliant ones.

How do I Visit an Inmate in DuPage County Jail?

Individuals who wish to visit DuPage County Jail inmates must register and schedule visitations (24 hours before a visit) on the approved online platform. All visitors must provide a valid email address when registering to receive visitation confirmations. DuPage County Jail allows inmates to receive one thirty-minute visit per week according to the following schedule:

Female Offenders
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Male Offenders
Sunday & Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Jail administration advises visitors to arrive at the facility at least fifteen minutes before the scheduled visit time. All visitors must walk through a metal detector and present a valid government-issued ID. Adult visitors must register child visitors and accompany them on visits to the facility. Visitors must dress adequately in clothing that covers sensitive body parts and bears no offensive print. Jail staff may deny a visitor entry if the visit may jeopardize the facility’s safety and security of other visitors.

Where and How to Find DuPage County Inmate Information?

The Sheriff’s Office keeps all jail and inmate records for DuPage County and provides an online inmate locator and information tool. This Inmate Reference Information System provides a complete list of inmates currently in DuPage County jails. Visitors to the website can also access a list of inmates released in the past 24 hours.

What are DuPage County Court Records?

DuPage County court records are official documents that provide information on all court proceedings in the county. The Clerk of the Circuit Court is officially responsible for keeping all court records in DuPage County. The Clerk provides public access to these records from various information terminals. To access court records, interested individuals may use the computer terminals at the Office of the DuPage County Circuit Court Clerk. The location opens to the public between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday.

DuPage County Circuit Court
DuPage County Judicial Center
505 County Farm Road,
P.O. Box 707,
Wheaton, IL 60187

Location of all Courts in DuPage County

DuPage County Circuit Court
DuPage County Judicial Center
505 County Farm Road,
P.O. Box 707,
Wheaton, IL 60187
Phone: (630) 407-8700 (Civil)
Phone: (630) 407-8600 (Criminal/Traffic)

Clarendon Hills Administrative Adjudication System
Clarendon Hills Police Department
448 Park Avenue,
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
Phone: (630) 286-5460

Roselle Office of Adjudication
Village of Roselle Council Chambers
31 South Prospect Street,
Roselle, IL 60172
Phone: (630) 671-2383

Warrenville Administrative Adjudication
City Hall Council Chambers
28W701 Stafford Place,
Warrenville, IL 60555
Phone: (630) 393-9427

Winfield Office of Adjudication
Village Hall
27W465 Jewell Road,
Winfield, IL 60190
Phone: (630) 933-7160

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What are DuPage County Vital Records?

In DuPage County, vital records highlight essential life events as they occur among residents. Vital records include deaths, births, marriages, and marital dissolution. In DuPage County, not all vital records are available to the public. Some are only available to eligible individuals. Eligible parties include the person named on the record, immediate family members, and legal representatives. The Office of the County Clerk maintains and issues all vital records for DuPage County. Statewide, the Illinois Department of Health stores vital records and makes them available to eligible requesters.

Where and How to Get DuPage County Divorce Records?

The DuPage County Clerk’s Office maintains records of all divorces in the county and makes them available to eligible requesters. To get DuPage divorce records, eligible requesters may visit the County Clerk’s office, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Requesters must provide as much information as possible about the divorce record to enable the Clerk to locate it. At least, requesters must have the full names of both individuals and the divorce filing date. Requesters may also mail a written request to the County Clerk’s office.

DuPage County Clerk
Jack T. Knuepfer Admin Building
421 N. County Farm Road
P.O. Box 1028
Wheaton, IL 60187

Where and How to Get DuPage County Marriage Records?

The DuPage County Clerk’s Office maintains records of all marriages in the county and makes marriage certificates available to the public. To obtain marriage records, interested individuals can go through an online vendor or visit the County Clerk’s office in person. The Clerk’s office is open, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Marriage certificates cost $14 for an initial copy and $2 for additional copies of the same certificate, requested simultaneously. Interested individuals can also mail a completed Certification of Record of Marriage Application to the address below:

DuPage County Clerk
Jack T. Knuepfer Admin Building
421 N. County Farm Road
P.O. Box 1028
Wheaton, IL 60187

Where and How to Get DuPage County Birth Records?

The DuPage County Clerk’s Office maintains records of all births in the county. The office makes birth certificates available to the person named on the form, the parents whose names appear on the record, or legal representatives. To obtain birth records, interested individuals can go through an online vendor or visit the County Clerk’s office in person. The Clerk’s office is open, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Birth certificates cost $14 for an initial copy and $2 for additional copies of the same certificate, requested simultaneously. Interested individuals can also mail a completed Certification of Record of Birth Application to the address below:

DuPage County Clerk
Jack T. Knuepfer Admin Building
421 N. County Farm Road
P.O. Box 1028
Wheaton, IL 60187

Where and How to Get DuPage County Death Records?

The DuPage County Clerk’s Office maintains records of all deaths in the county. The office makes death certificates available to relatives or any person who can prove a financial interest. To obtain death records, eligible individuals can go through an online vendor or visit the County Clerk’s office in person. The Clerk’s office is open, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Death certificates cost $18 for an initial copy and $6 for additional copies of the same certificate, requested simultaneously. Interested individuals can also mail a completed Certification of Record of Death Application to the address below:

DuPage County Clerk
Jack T. Knuepfer Admin Building
421 N. County Farm Road
P.O. Box 1028
Wheaton, IL 60187

Are Property Records Open to the Public in DuPage County?

In compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, members of the public can access property records of DuPage County by submitting a request to the custodian office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in DuPage County

The DuPage County Recorder's Office is officially responsible for registering land documents and maintaining records for real estate located in DuPage County. It maintains a searchable online database. Requesters can also search for and obtain copies of property records from 1839 to date at the recorder’s office located at:

Jack T. Knuepfer Administration Building
First Floor 1-400
421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187

Mailing Address:

DuPage County Recorder,
P.O. Box 936,
Wheaton, IL 60187

Requesters can also carry out Computer searches on property records from 1961 by name, from 1985 by property parcel number, and from 1995 to date by property address. For other documents, applicants may have to contact the Research Department at (630) 407-5401. To research property documents recorded in the Recorder's Office, people must provide one or more of the following information:

  • Name
  • Document Number
  • Property Parcel Number (commonly found on real estate tax bill)
  • Property Address

They must also pay prescribed fees, as seen on the DuPage County Recorder’s website.

How to Look Up DuPage County Property Records

DuPage county maintains a database of properties within the county. People can search the online portal by PIN or by address, and a search shows the following information on a property:

  • Tax bill information plus the ability to pay the current year tax bill and print a duplicate tax bill.
  • Tax distribution information.
  • Assessment information

People can find property characteristics and assessment data on Dupage County properties on the various websites of Dupage Township Assessors.

The information available to requesters upon an online search includes assessed value, assessment history, tax payment information, Sales history of the parcel, property address, and description.

Location of DuPage County Township Property Assessors

Township 1 - Wayne Township (01 Parcel No. Prefix)
West 031 North Avenue, West Chicago, IL 60185
Phone: (630) 231-8900
Email: assistance@waynetownshipassessor.com
www.waynetownshipassessor.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 02 - Bloomingdale Township (02 Parcel No. Prefix)
North 050 Rosedale Road
Bloomingdale, IL 60108
Phone: (630) 529-6927
Email: www.bloomingdaletownshipassessor.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 03 - Addison Township (03 Parcel No. Prefix)
North Addison Road
Addison, IL 60101
Phone: (630) 530-8161
Email: assessor@addisontownship.com
www.addisontownship.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 04 - Winfield Township (04 Parcel No. Prefix)
Arbor Street
West Chicago, IL 60185
Phone: (630) 231-3573
www.winfieldtownship.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 05 - Milton Township (05 Parcel No. Prefix)
North Main Street
Wheaton, IL 60187
Phone: (630) 653-5220
www.miltonassessor.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 06 - York Township (06 Parcel No. Prefix)
South Meyers Road
Lombard, IL 60148
Phone: (630) 627-3354
www.yorkassessor.com/York (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 07 - Naperville Township (07 Parcel No. Prefix)
Water Street
Naperville, IL 60540
Phone: (630) 355-2444
Email: Info@napervilletownship.com
www.napervilletownship.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Township 08 - Lisle Township (08 Parcel No. Prefix)
Iroquois Ave, Suite 300
Naperville, IL 60563
Phone: (630) 968-1183
www.lisletownshipassessor.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)

Townships 09 & 10 - Downers Grove Townships (09 & 10 Parcel No. Prefixes)
Prince Street
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Phone: (630) 719-6630
www.dgtownship.com (Searchable On-Line Data-Base)