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Detention Facilities

Detention Facilities

Detention Facilities

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) mission is to protect the homeland through the arrest and removal of those noncitizens who undermine the safety of our nation’s communities and the integrity of U.S. immigration laws.

  • To fulfill the agency’s critical mission, ERO oversees civil immigration detention in facilities nationwide that house noncitizens to secure their presence for immigration proceedings or removal from the U.S.
  • ICE detains noncitizens who are subject to mandatory detention or those that ICE determines are a public safety or flight risk during the custody determination process.

Notice Regarding Visitation Hours

Visitation hours are subject to change due to COVID and other operational concerns that impact ICE detention. Visitors are recommended to contact the facility to confirm visitation hours and current restrictions (if any) in advance of their visit.

Notificación sobre horarios de visita

Los horarios de visita están sujetos a cambios debido al COVID y otras preocupaciones operacionales que impactan las detenciones de ICE. Se les recomienda a los visitantes a contactar a la instalación para confirmar los horarios de visita y restricciones actuales (si existe alguna) antes de su visita.

  • Boone County Jail
    Chicago Field Office

    3020 Conrad Lane
    Burlington, KY 41005
    United States

  • Chase County Jail
    Chicago Field Office

    301 South Walnut
    Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
    United States

  • Clay County Jail
    Chicago Field Office

    611 East Jackson Street
    Brazil, IN 47834
    United States

  • Dodge Detention Facility
    Chicago Field Office

    141 N. Main Street
    Juneau, WI 53039
    United States

  • Kay County Detention Center
    Chicago Field Office

    1101 West Dry Road
    Newkirk, OK 74647
    United States

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