Peoria Inmate Search


Peoria Inmate Search refers to the process of looking up information about inmates who are currently imprisoned in the Peoria County Jail.

This can be done through various online inmate search portals such as the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office website. 

The Peoria County Jail Roster Lookup is another online tool that allows the public to access information about inmates in the detention center.

The jail allows personal letters or documents to be sent to the inmate by mail, but all money orders and cashier checks must be made payable to the inmate.

Peoria Inmate Search

How To Search For Peoria Inmates

You can search for Peoria Inmate in two ways, with defendant and booking number.

What you need to search for an inmate

  • Last name
  • First name
  • Middle name
  • Date of birth


  • Booking Number

Peoria Inmate Search By Defendant

  • To locate Peoria Inmate by the defendant, go to the official site
  • Now enter the inmate’s Last name, First name, Middle name, and Date of birth
  • Press search button
  • And get inmate record

Peoria Inmate Search By Booking number

  • To locate Peoria Inmate by the booking number, go to the official site
  • Now enter the inmate booking number
  • Press search button
  • And get inmate record

Inmate Deposits

You have two options:

  • Lobby Kiosks: These ATMs now require an online account for security reasons. Just create one at, then use cash or your credit card at the kiosk in either lobby.
  • Online: Skip the line and head to to make a payment directly.

Revised Fee Structure

Gross Amount DepositedWebPhoneCredit at KioskCash at Kiosk
$0.01 – $19.99$4.95$6.95$4$4
$20 – $99.99$7.95$9.95$4$4
$100 – $199.99$9.95$11.95$4$4
$200 – $300$11.95$13.95$4$4

Personal Items for Inmates

Planning to drop off some things for an inmate at Paradise Valley Jail? Here’s what you need to know:

1. Bring your ID: You’ll need a valid government-issued ID to leave any items for an inmate.

2. What inmates can receive:

  • Underwear: Both male and female inmates can receive underwear, but there are limits:
    • Males: Up to 3 pairs of boxers or briefs per month.
    • Females: Up to 3 bras and 3 panties per month.
  • Important notes:
    • No buttons, snaps, or other hard objects: Make sure the underwear doesn’t have any buttons, snaps, or other hard objects that could be used as weapons.
    • Bras need to be soft: No underwires or other hard materials are allowed in bras.
    • Original packaging only: Everything needs to be unopened and in the original packaging. Opened packages won’t be accepted.
    • Extra items? Stored, not delivered: If you bring more than the allowed amount of underwear, the extras will be stored for the inmate but not delivered right away.


1. Jury trial wardrobe:

Need to get clothes to an inmate for their upcoming trial? Here’s what you need to know:

  • Drop-off time: Bring the clothes only on the Monday before the trial.
  • Clothes swap: This is a clothing exchange, so bring clothes the inmate will wear after the trial.

2. Releasing personal belongings:

Want to get the inmate’s stuff to family or friends? They can sign a release for their personal belongings:

  • Only personal items: Only things like books, photos, or toiletries can be released while the inmate is still in jail.
  • Cell stuff stays put: Clothes and other items from the inmate’s cell won’t be released until they’re sentenced and sent to the state prison.
  • Pick-up notice: The jail will send a letter to the chosen family member or friend when the stuff is ready to be picked up.

Inmate Mail Including Money Orders & Cashier Checks

Want to write to someone at Peoria County Jail? Here’s what you need to know:

1. Send letters and money:

  • Use the mail for personal letters and documents.
  • Make money orders and cashier checks payable to the inmate, not the jail.
  • Never send cash in the mail!

2. Address it right:

Write their name like this:

Inmate Name c/o Peoria County Jail 301 N. Maxwell Road Peoria, IL 61604

3. What they can get:

  • Your letters and documents

4. What they can’t get:

  • Books, magazines, newspaper clippings (even torn or copied).
  • Envelopes, stamps, writing paper.
  • Personal checks.
  • Anything with recordings or music.
  • Metal or plastic (no sharp things!).
  • Pictures with bad stuff, gang signs, or mugshots.
  • Anything the jail staff thinks is dangerous.

5. If they send illegal stuff:

It gets sent back to you, unopened.

Inmate Phone Accounts

1. Inmate account: They can use money in their jail account to buy phone time.

2. Prepaid account: You can set up a special phone account just for them. This way, you pay and they can call without touching their jail money.

Inmate Visitation

Video visits:

  • See your loved one face-to-face through a video screen right at the jail.
  • You need to wait 7 days after they’re booked in before setting up your first visit.
  • Each week, they get 20 minutes of video chat with up to 3 people at a time. Visits begin fresh on Mondays.
  • Visits happen Monday-Friday between 9 am-11 am and 12:30 pm-3:30 pm but check for changes due to holidays, weather, or jail needs.
  • Book your visit at least 24 hours ahead – it’s first come, first served!

Scheduling On-Site Visits

1. In person:

  • Come to the jail with a valid ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.).
  • Staff will help you schedule your visit right there.

2. Online:

  • Head to the visitation website.
  • New visitor? Create an account following the prompts.
  • Visited before? Provide staff with a valid email address. They’ll send you a temporary password to sign up online.
  • Forgot your password? No worries! Staff can reset it for you.

Paid Remote Visits and Messaging

The Peoria County Sheriff’s Office now offers video calls and message sending through a website called It’s like FaceTime or Zoom, but for jail visits.

It costs some money, like buying minutes on a phone plan. But hey, sometimes seeing a loved one’s face is worth it!

Visiting Rules

Who can visit:

  • Only people over 16 can visit, and everyone needs a valid photo ID (driver’s license, state ID, passport, etc.).
  • Kids under 18 must be with a parent or legal guardian.


  • Visits must be scheduled in person or online. No phone calls for this!
  • Everyone who’s visiting, young and old, needs to be on the schedule.

What to bring:

  • Yourself, your ID, and your good manners.
  • Leave the food, drinks, and bad language at home.
  • Dress appropriately: no see-through, revealing, gang-related clothes, or inappropriate text.

During your visit:

  • Only talk to the person you scheduled to see. No switching!
  • Sit properly, keep your feet off the furniture, and be respectful.
  • Kids need to be supervised, no roaming in the lobby.

Important stuff:

  • Visits may be monitored and recorded.
  • We might not be able to change your schedule once it’s made.
  • People not on the schedule or not checked in won’t be allowed in the visiting area.

Contact Information

  1. Peoria County Sheriff’s Office
  2. 301 N. Maxwell Road
  3. Peoria, IL 61604
  1. Phone: 309-697-8515
  2. Fax: 309-697-3734

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