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NCJ Number: 91145 Find in a Library
Title: Illinois Department of Corrections - Jails and Detention Statistics and Information, Fiscal Year 1981
Corporate Author: Illinois Dept of Corrections
Bureau of Detention Standards and Services
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 49
Sponsoring Agency: Illinois Dept of Corrections
Springfield, IL 62706
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Type: Statistics
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Statistics are presented for the Illinois jails in terms of noncompliances with the Illinois County Jail Standards, noncompliances with the Municipal Jail and Lockup Standards, and jail populations in 1981.
Abstract: There were 1,096 noncompliances with the Illinois County Jail Standards, and 519 recommendations to improve jail operations. Population data shows those in the sentenced category and the bed capacity of county jails. There were 259 noncompliances with the Municipal Jail and Lockup Standards, and 239 recommendations were offered to improve these jail operations. Inspections of 13 independent county juvenile detention facilities (not part of county jail operations) yielded 118 noncompliances. There were 11,343 juveniles held in the 13 county detention centers; 58 county jails processed 1,928 juveniles; and municipal jails processed 5,362 juveniles during the reporting period. Tabular data comprise the document.
Index Term(s): Corrections standards; Illinois; Jail statistics
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