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Sheriff's Women's Justice Programs

Home > Departments >Womens Justice Programs

The Cook County Sheriff’s Women’s Justice Programs were established in 1999 as a direct response to address the unique needs of the increasing number of women entering the Cook County criminal justice system.   Women’s Justice currently administers the following three programs:

Sheriff’s Female Furlough Program (SFFP):  is twofold; an outpatient day-reporting program where women are required to report daily for treatment and case management services, returning home in the evening to care for their families while on electronic monitoring.

There are also non-reporters monitored 24 hours a day and only allowed movement with approval from the Sheriff’s office or Courts.

 

Cook County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff’s Women’s Justice Programs

773-674-7731
Fax: 773-674-3962

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