McHenry County Jail Statistics

From the Sheriff’s October, 2022, report:

This is twelve months in 2021 versus ten months in 2022.

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McHenry County Jail Statistics — 7 Comments

  1. 101 ICE inmate count down to 0 has resulted in how many layoffs over there?

    Expected impact to these numbers (Average Inmate Count Per Day) come Jan 1 if Kennally doesnt get SAFE-T Act put on hold?

    Ghost Town.

  2. Bob Wire, ghost town yes, but the morgues and ICUs will be full.

  3. INverse impact, yes JP to the Morgues and ICU’s filling up—thank a Dem for that. Jails laying off, Morgues and ER’s hiring.

    Pritzker and his Dem buddies SAFE-T Act coming soon.

  4. Typical waste of tax payer dollars.

    191 inmates and currently about 140 correctional officers.

    How many supervisors, 25, 30?

    What’s wrong with this picture and will it change with the new Tadelman admin?

    Where is “Correcting”, I’m curious to know what your opinion is.

  5. Insideout, you are right!

    Plus there’s a foul nest of Lesbians in the Sheriff’s office. Prim and his kosher batboy Twaddleman love them.

    The whole clownshow resulting in the illegal loaning of Deputy Keltner and his very avoidable death, have been covered up nicely.

    Why were the taxpayers of McHenry paying the salary and overtime of Keltner while he was doing his fed thing for an extended period. Prim never answered that question and never will. In a few days he’ll be sipping umbrellaed cocktails poolside in Florida.

    There are indeed good cops and deputies, maybe they’re even a slim majority.

    But far too many are the greedy and crooked “Joe” Gliniewicz type.

  6. Nothing profound from me. Probably the same as you.

    If you have fewer inmates it should lead to the reduction in jail staff.

    WILL this happen?

    You’d have to ask incoming sheriff Tadelman about that.

    It certainly won’t be a popular decision within the department if done, but it would be hard to justify keeping all those people around especially with the huge drop in revenue (due to the loss of ICE contract) and fewer inmates.

    None of that is to defend SAFE-T Act (which I don’t support) or the cancellation of ICE contract (which I also don’t support and is a result of the state government forbidding us from having the ICE center). But it is what it is.

    This may be an unpopular opinion but I have *more* respect for the *jailers* than the people out on patrol.

    But, what are you gonna do, have a 1-1 jailer to inmate ratio?

    If your #s are right, that doesn’t seem justifiable and would appear fiscally reckless.

    McHenry County has some of the worst property taxes in the state.

    They need to give people a break somehow.

    It’s nothing personal, but the county has to look at the spending.

    As to the supervisor situation in the jail, I am not qualified to speak being unfamiliar with the current organizational structure, but on its face, yeah, that sounds like too many chiefs.

    Did Tadelman address any of this in the primary?

    We seemed to get distracted talking about some other things that weren’t necessary to talk about. My understanding was that a lot of the jailers backed Colatorti, so if there’s truth to that it could indicate that Tadelman *is* open to some changes over there.

    That’s just a guess though.

    And I agree with JP and Bob too: this SAFE-T Act is going to be a public safe-ty disaster.

    Anybody who says otherwise is gaslighting you.

    The LEO community is right this law is going to lead to bad things.

    (Don’t get hopes up about SAFE-T Act being tossed either — the ultimate arbiter will be the Illinois Supreme Court which is majority Democrat.)

    Sometimes people need to get a taste of what they think they support for them to realize they’re wrong.

    We have too many pathologically altruistic, college educated, affluent, suburban women who are about to learn a hard lesson when they get mugged by reality…

    (Hopefully some journalists and politicians too!)

  7. Thanks for the perspective Correcting. Especially your closing summation:
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    “Sometimes people need to get a taste of what they think they support for them to realize they’re wrong.

    We have too many pathologically altruistic, college educated, affluent, suburban women who are about to learn a hard lesson when they get mugged by reality…”

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