The Freedom on Information Act (FOIA) allows members of the public to make requests for inspection or for copies of public records for County offices under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act “FOIA” (Illinois General Assembly – 5 ILCS 140/1 et seq)
Each office responds to their own FOIA requests. Please contact the office that maintains the information you are interested in directly to expedite your request.
The courts are exempt from the disclosure requirements of the Freedom of Information Act. However, all records in court cases that are not...Read more
What is FOIA?
Members of the public may make requests for inspection or for copies of public records for the Offices Under the President...Read more
Facts about the Office of the Independent Inspector General of Cook County
The purpose and function of the OIIG is to detect, deter and...Read more
The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County supports open government and an informed citizenry. While not subject to the Freedom of Information...Read more