Yorkville, IL – Kendall County Sheriff’s Annual Reports Highlight Few Public Complaints


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Yorkville, IL – The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office revealed through its 2023 Annual Use of Force and Administrative Investigations Analysis and Reports, that it received remarkably few public complaints last year. 

With over 20,000 interactions with the public by the Operations Division, only five resulted in complaints. Similarly, the Corrections Division, handling around 2,406 individual bookings and managing an average daily jail population of 81, received just four complaints. This achievement underscores the department’s dedication to fairness, professionalism, and respect in all its operations.

Sheriff Dwight Baird emphasized the office’s commitment to transparency, continuous improvement, and the equal and respectful treatment of all citizens. These findings are not only a testament to the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office’s effective policies and training but also serve to further build trust within the community. The full reports are accessible on the Sheriff’s Office website, offering a detailed look at the office’s adherence to high standards of law enforcement.


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