Kane County Court Cases (Illinois)

Kane County Courts are judicial bodies that operate at the federal, state, and local level to resolve legal disputes, including both criminal and civil charges in Kane County, Illinois. Courts also create and preserve records about the cases they hear. Many types of courts, including criminal, civil, family, and traffic courts, provide online access to Kane County court case records. These public records may provide information about the defendant and plaintiffs in a case, the charges brought against an individual, the outcome of a trial, any sentences, court decrees, or probation orders, and more. Kane County Court records also have records on divorces, probate for wills and estates, lawsuits filed against businesses, and complaints about sexual harassment or discrimination in Kane County. Court databases often allow the public to search Kane County court cases by the names of people involved.

Aurora District Court Aurora IL 350 North River Street 60506 630-232-3413

Carpentersville District Court Carpentersville IL 1200 Lw Besinger Drive 60110 847-426-3439

Kane County Court Batavia IL 540 North Randall Road 60510 630-207-5320

St Charles District Court St. Charles IL 37W775 Illinois 38 60175 630-406-7480


Kane County Police Departments protect the community by stopping crimes and performing investigations in Kane County, Illinois. As part of their law enforcement responsibilities, Kane County Police Departments maintain court case records for any cases in which the police were involved. This can include records on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, police records introduced during the Kane County court case, details about the police investigation, and any convictions or sentences. These court cases contain important information about an individual's criminal history, making them a key part of performing a Kane County background check. These records also list whether an individual is on the Illinois sex offender registry. Kane County court case records can be accessed directly from the Police Department, and some departments provide online request forms.

Aurora Police Department Aurora IL 1200 East Indian Trail 60505 630-256-5000

Aurora Police Department Aurora IL 350 North River Street 60506 630-859-1700

Aurora University Police Department Campus Safety Aurora IL 347 South Gladstone Avenue 60506 630-892-6431

Batavia Police Department Batavia IL 100 North Island Avenue 60510 630-879-2840

Campton Hills Police Department Campton Hills IL 115 Campton Crossings Drive, Unit B 60175 630-584-0330

Carpentersville Police Department Carpentersville IL 1200 Lw Besinger Drive 60110 847-551-3481

Carpentersville Police Department Carpentersville IL Lw Besinger Drive 60110 847-551-3481

East Dundee Police Department East Dundee IL 120 Barrington Avenue 60118 847-428-4034

Elburn Police Department Elburn IL 301 East North Street 60119 630-365-5070

Elgin Community College Police Department Elgin IL 1700 Spartan Drive 60123 847-214-7777

Elgin Police Department Elgin IL 151 Douglas Avenue 60120 847-289-2700

Fox Valley Park District Police Montgomery IL 1460 Southeast River Road 60538 630-264-7421

Geneva Police Department Geneva IL 20 Police Plaza 60134 630-232-4736

Gilberts Police Department Gilberts IL 86 Railroad Street 60136 847-428-2954

Hampshire Police Department Hampshire IL 200 Industrial Drive 60140 847-683-2240

Huntley Police Department Huntley IL 11351 Allison Court 60142 847-669-2141

Illinois State Police Department - District 2 Elgin IL 777 South State Street 60123 847-931-2405

Kane County Forest Preservation Police Department Geneva IL 719 South Batavia Avenue, Building G 60134 630-232-5980

Maple Park Police Department Maple Park IL 306 Willow Street 60151 815-827-3286

Maple Park Police Department Maple Park IL 302 Willow Street 60151 815-827-3286

Montgomery Police Department Montgomery IL 1460 Southeast River Road 60538 630-897-8707

Montgomery Police Department Montgomery IL 10 Civic Center Drive 60538 630-897-8707

North Aurora Police Department North Aurora IL 25 East State Street 60542 630-897-8705

Pingree Grove Police Department Pingree Grove IL 1 Police Plaza 60140 847-464-4600

Saint Charles Police Department St. Charles IL 2 State Avenue 60174 630-377-4435

Sleepy Hollow Police Department Sleepy Hollow IL 1 Thorobred Lane 60118 847-426-4425

South Elgin Police Department South Elgin IL 10 North Water Street 60177 847-741-2151

Sugar Grove Police Department Sugar Grove IL 10 Municipal Drive 60554 630-466-4526

Waubonsee Community College Police Sugar Grove IL Waubonsee Drive 60554 630-466-2931

West Dundee Police Department West Dundee IL 555 South 8th Street 60118 847-551-3810

Kane County Sheriff's Departments help maintain safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Kane County, Illinois. As part of their role in law enforcement, the Kane County Sheriff maintains court case records for cases in which their office was involved. This can include records on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, investigation records introduced during the court case, and the outcome of a trial, including convictions, sentences, and incarcerations. These Kane County court cases contain important information about an individual's criminal history, and checking court cases is an important step in conducting a thorough Kane County background check. Sheriff's Departments may provide online access to their court records.

Kane County Sheriff's Office St. Charles IL 37W755 Il Route 38 Ste A 60175 630-208-2000

Kane County Sheriffs Department / Kane County Jail Geneva IL 777 East Fabyan Parkway 60134 630-232-6840

Kane County Sheriffs Southeast - Substation Aurora IL 313 South Farnsworth Avenue 60505 630-851-4670


Kane County District Attorneys prosecute cases on behalf of the public in Kane County, Illinois. This can include both criminal and civil cases. The Kane County DA's Office maintains public records on ongoing cases as well as prior cases. These records include prosecutions for criminal felonies and misdemeanors such as assault, homicide, battery, and robbery, as well as civil cases against businesses or individuals who have violated the law. A Kane County court record search can identify litigants in a case and determine if an individual has any criminal convictions, making it an important part of a Kane County background check. District Attorneys may provide searchable databases of Kane County court cases on their websites.

Kane County State Attorney St. Charles IL 37W775 Route 38 60175 630-232-3500