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Sterling Police Department
815-632-6640
212 3rd Avenue, Sterling, Illinois, 61081

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The Sterling Police Department is the Office answerable for law authorization inside the Sterling, Whiteside County, Illinois. It has more than 49 officials and staff, covering a zone of 79 square miles (127.14 km2) serving a urban populace of more than 138887.

The Sterling City Jail is a holding facility for Sterling Police Department at 212 3rd Avenue, Sterling, Illinois, 61081.

Sterling Police Division are engaged with Common Guide associations with Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office and other zone law requirement organizations. They are focused on these organizations since they assist with giving the best, generally effective, and proficient support of their locale.

The Sterling Police Office is partitioned into six divisions: Network and Bolster Administrations, Examinations, The board Administrations, Watch, Hold, Key and Strategic Administrations.

Sterling Police Department Details

Type: Local Police Department
Full Time Sworn Officers: 31
Full Time Civilians: 13
Part Time Civilians: 5
Address: 212 3rd Avenue, Sterling, Illinois, 61081
Phone: 815-632-6640

You suspect that your loved one at the Sterling City Jail? Call 815-632-6640 to confirm. You also can search for police arrests in Sterling City Jail, via the police department’s official website.

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The Sterling City Jail does not allow its inmates to receive or send mails or packages. If you wish to send correspondence to the inmate, you will have to wait until they transfer to a Whiteside County, Illinois Sheriff’s Office jail.

Visitation

Sterling City Jail prohibits any of its arrestees from getting visitors. If you need to visit an inmate in this jail, you will have to wait until they transfer to the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office Jail at 400 North Cherry Street, Morrison, Illinois, 61270. Call the jail administration at 815-632-6640 to make prior arrangements.

Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office

The Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for the public safety of the Sterling, Illinois:

Address: 400 North Cherry Street, Morrison, Illinois, 61270

Phone: 815-772-4044

Fax: 815-772-7944

Email: [email protected]

Website: website

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