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Pittsfield Work Camp

Cherryl Hinthorne, Day-to-Day Warden

Facility Data

Pittsfield Work Camp
Opened: September 1996
*Operational Capacity: 408
Minimum Security Adult Male
**Population Pittsfield Work Camp: 99

Operational capacity is the maximum amount of beds a facility has; to include all health care, crisis, segregation, protective custody, isolation, R&Cs, and future beds that are down for repair. Data reflects a bed space capacity census that was conducted in CY19.

**As of 1/13/19

Jacksonville Correctional Center is the parent institution for Pittsfield Work Camp.



Visitor ADA Accommodations

IDOC Visitation Rules and Information—please review before visiting

The Illinois Department of Corrections is implementing a multi-phase plan to resume in-person visits as safely as possible. The number of visitors per two-hour time slot are limited to ensure social distancing measures are closely followed. Phase two, which takes effect June 2021, loosens restrictions for visitors and incarcerated people who are fully vaccinated. At this time, each incarcerated person is permitted three visits per month. To visit Pittsfield Work Camp, you must sign up at least seven days in advance.

Video Visitation Hours

Sunday through Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm; 1:00pm – 3:00pm; 4:00pm – 9:00pm
Visitors should log on to the GTL 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Video Visitation Guidelines

Facility Address

Physical Address:
23540 365th Street
Pittsfield, IL 62363

Business Mail:
2268 East Morton Avenue
Jacksonville, IL 62650

Inmate Mail:
Inmate Name & IDOC#
2268 East Morton Avenue
Jacksonville, IL 62650

Phone: (217) 285-2280

Facility Information

The Pittsfield Work Camp opened in September 1996 and can house up to 400 offenders who must meet stringent criteria. It is a minimum security adult male work camp facility. The work crew program at Pittsfield has continued to grow and cover numerous requests throughout the community. Pittsfield also offers ABE (Adult Basic Education), Pre GED (General Education Development) and GED education as well as Career Tech classes to better prepare offenders for reintegration into society.

Inmate Programs


  • ABE (Adult Basic Education)
  • Pre GED (General Education Development)
  • GED (General Education Development)


  • Career Tech

Volunteer Services:

  • Religious


  • Leisure Time Activity
  • Community Work Crews
  • Individual Counseling