The Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office, in conjunction with local law enforcment agencies, Mutual Ground, and the Community Crisis Center, is committed to ending domestic violence and has taken several steps to assist victims of domestic violence. Victims of domestic violence are entitled to certain rights under a law called the Illinois Domestic Violence Act. Information about these rights can be obtained through the State’s Attorney’s Office.
If domestic violence occurs and police have not made an arrest in a case, the victim may request that the State’s Attorney’s Office review the police report for possible charges. The victim may call the State’s Attorney’s Office at one of the following locations, or go to that location between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday to arrange an appointment. The victim will need to know the police jurisdiction and the police report number.
Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office
Kane County Judicial Center
37W777 Route 38
St. Charles, IL 60175
Aurora State’s Attorney’s Office
350 North River St.
Located inside the Aurora Police Department