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OFFICIAL NOTICE STREETS DIVISION / STREET SWEEPING is to begin on Monday, October 16, 2017.  The process will take two weeks the first time out and residents are asked to have their vehicles off the streets on the day designated for their area.This will ensure that the streets are swept without the hindrance of parked cars.

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Victim Notification

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Cook County Victim Notification Program 

Cook County AVN is a telephone system that offers victims and witnesses of crime two important services, information and notification.

Information about the custody status of the offender and the status of the criminal case.

Notification of the release of the offender from county custody and notification of upcoming court dates.

Simply call the toll free number (877) 846-3445 from any touch-tone telephone and follow the prompts. Operator assistance is available 24 hours a day.

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Cook County Victim Notification

  

US Immigration and Customs Victim Notification Program

  • ICE is committed to protecting the public and ensuring that victim rights are carefully observed.
  • ICE can initiate removal proceedings against criminal aliens who are convicted of certain crimes.
  • ICE takes custody of the inmate after the criminal alien has completed their federal or state criminal sentence.
  • The removal process can take from several days to several months. Generally, the criminal alien remains in custody until ICE can remove the criminal alien to their country.
  • On occasion, ICE may not be able remove a criminal alien. This can happen for several reasons – the most common being the inability of ICE to secure travel authorization documents for the alien. Depending on the situation, ICE may have to release the criminal alien under an order of supervision or on bond.

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US Immigration and Customs Victim Notification