Press Release

December 13, 2016

Will County State’s Attorney moves downtown Joliet offices, related services to 57 N. Ottawa Street building

JOLIET – Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announces that all of his offices and divisions previously located at 121 N. Chicago Street have been moved to a new location in downtown Joliet.

The new address is: 57 N. Ottawa Street, Joliet, IL 60432. The building is on the northwest corner of Ottawa and Jefferson Streets. There is a State’s Attorney’s Office reception area on the first floor.

The offices, divisions and services that have moved to the new location include the State’s Attorney’s:

  • Misdemeanor Division.
  • Complaint Division.
  • Domestic Violence Prosecution Unit and all related Victim/Witness Services.
  • And the Narcotics Prosecution Unit.

The new location also serves as an annex to the Will County Courthouse and has several functioning courtrooms on the first through third floors. As a result, security officers at the entrance will not allow cellphones, cameras or recording devices into the building. Visitors should leave these devices in their vehicles.

The recent move brings these divisions and services into the same building that has housed State’s Attorney Glasgow’s Felony and Civil Divisions since 2007.

In addition, the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center and all Specialty Court Services (Drug Court, Mental Health Court, Veterans Court and Adult Redeploy Illinois) have been relocated to a new downtown Joliet location. The new address for both is: 25 N. Ottawa Street, Joliet IL 60432.

  • The entrance for the Children’s Advocacy Center is on Ottawa Street near the Jefferson Street intersection;
  • The entrance for the Specialty Courts is off Washington Street on the south side of the building.

The new location for the Children’s Advocacy Center and the Specialty Courts is the former First Midwest Bank building. It is directly across the street to the south from the 57 N. Ottawa Street building.

Please call our office at (815) 727-8453 if you require additional information about the recent changes in address.

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