The coronavirus pandemic has presented unique challenges to all of us. The Will County State’s Attorney’s office is no exception, as we seek to balance the demands of our justice system, both civil and criminal, with the health and safety needs of the Will County community and our dedicated staff.
I have been in constant communication with our county and court leadership as we coordinate and execute a plan that best achieves the goals of both justice and public health and safety. To that end, in the interest of public health, our reception office currently is closed to in-person visitors until further notice. Our office is fully available to receive telephone calls, and we also are happy to arrange appointments for remote meetings through Webex or Zoom. We request that if you need assistance you contact the State’s Attorney’s Office at 815-727-8453. You may also reach out via the “Contact Us” form on our website. Our office will remain open with staff working in shifts to reduce the number of people present at our office at any given time.
Please know that my office is committed to providing all necessary services to meet the public’s needs while at the same time doing everything possible to protect the health and safety of the public and my dedicated staff.
I ask for your patience and understanding as we all work together to get through this health crisis. It is an honor to serve you.
James W. Glasgow
Will County State’s Attorney