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At Restore Justice, we know the importance of staying in touch with and hearing from your incarcerated loved ones. Please check this page for updates from IDOC and Governor JB Pritzker. We will also share resources for contacting your loved ones and updates about the virus.
We sent this newsletter to people who are incarcerated. Find updates on policy and legal issues related to COVID-19, in addition to resources for family members and loved ones.
This toolkit contacts resources to help file emergency commutation petitions without the help of an attorney, in light of the threat posed by COVID-19.
Find the toolkit here.
Call (217) 558-2200.
The call center is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
I’m hopeful that this message can be shared with all of the thousands of our concerned loved ones whom are currently taking steps to insure that those of us confined within state and federal correctional facilities are taken care of during the global COVID-19 crisis.
I have recently learned through communications with loved ones that there is a vast number of people out there whom are lending us their voices to speak out about the concern over the 2 million men and women locked behind bars during this current pandemic. It means so much to me to know that we are not forgotten and to know that we are loved and supported right now.
This webinar will help you develop strategies for advocating for your loved ones during this COVID-19 pandemic. Find tips and tools for contacting officials and for demanding better conditions.
Read more news about COVID-19 and prisons here.
Here is our guide to getting started with video visits.
Illinois is taking precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19 in prisons. Although nothing is for certain, it is possible that one of these efforts will include releasing a SMALL number of people who are incarcerated.
Find the survey here.
We created this tracker to ensure IDOC maintains communication for inmates and their families, proper hygiene, and medical care.
This is more detailed than the tracker above.