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Undersheriff

Brian Conser

Undersheriff Brian Conser has been a member of the Will County Sheriff's Office since 1996. As a Deputy, he was assigned to the Will County Adult Detention Facility and Patrol Division. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2007 and to Lieutenant in 2014. As a Sergeant and Lieutenant, he was a supervisor in the Patrol Division and in the Courthouse.

Undersheriff Conser graduated from Governors State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and received an Associate’s Degree in Logistics from the Community College of the Air Force. He is also a graduate of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Supervision of Police Personnel. 

Chief Deputy | Warden - Adult Detention

Dale Santerelli

Chief Deputy (Warden) Dale Santerelli began his career with the Will County Sheriff’s Office in 1995 as a Correctional Deputy. He has been a member of the Emergency Response Team since 1996. Working his way up through the ranks within the Adult Detention Facility, he was promoted to Correctional Sergeant in 2003 and to Correctional Lieutenant in 2008.

Warden Santerelli is a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Supervision of Police Personnel. He has completed several instructor level training classes and instructed staff on various subjects throughout his career.

Deputy Chief - Enforcement

Mark Kedziora

Deputy Chief Mark Kedziora began his career in Law Enforcement with the Will County Sheriff’s Office in 2001. As a Deputy, he was assigned to the Will County Adult Detention Facility and the Patrol Division. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2007. As a Sergeant, he was assigned to the Patrol Division. In 2016, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, serving as a Watch Commander in the Patrol Division.

Deputy Chief Kedziora became a member of the Will County Sheriff’s Police SWAT team in 2005. He served as a tactical team member, working his way up to a team leader position, and currently serves as the Commander of Operations. Deputy Chief Kedziora served as a member of the ILEAS region 3 Weapons of Mass Destruction Special Response Team from 2007 to 2016. Beginning as a team member, and later rising to the position of team leader.

In 2003, Deputy Chief Kedziora received a Life Saving Award, and was the recipient of a Distinguished Service Award in 2007. Deputy Chief Kedziora graduated from Millikin University with a Bachelor of Science degree, and is also a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Supervision of Police Personnel.

Deputy Chief - Special Operations

Daniel Jungles

Deputy Chief Dan Jungles has been a member of the Will County Sheriff’s Office since July of 1999. Deputy Chief Jungles has been assigned to the Will County Adult Detention Facility, Patrol Division, and the Criminal Investigations Division. He has spent the majority of his career assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division as a Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and now Deputy Chief. He was a certified Computer Forensic Examiner and founding member of the Will County Sheriff’s Police High Tech Crime Unit.

Deputy Chief Jungles was promoted to the Rank of Sergeant in 2011. After being promoted, he was assigned to the Patrol Division for approximately 2 years and then transferred back to the Criminal Investigations Division. In 2016, he was promoted to the Rank of Lieutenant and took command of the Criminal Investigations Division.

Deputy Chief Jungles is a recipient of numerous Will County Sheriff’s Office awards and commendations including the Medal of Valor, Meritorious Service, and Unit Award. Deputy Chief Jungles graduated from Western Illinois University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and is also a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Supervision of Police Personnel.

Deputy Chief - Support Services

Jeremy Viduna

Deputy Chief Jeremy Viduna started his career in Law Enforcement in January of 1999. He has been a member of the Will County Sheriff’s Office since 2008. As a Deputy, he was assigned to patrol and criminal investigations. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2014. As a Sergeant, he was assigned to patrol, Internal Affairs, and Criminal Investigations.

Deputy Chief Viduna graduated from Western Illinois University with a Bachelor’s Degree. He also served in the United States Army Reserves as a Military Police Officer.

In 2012, Deputy Chief Viduna received the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, “Most Outstanding Officer of the Year Award.” He also received numerous other awards to include the Sheriff’s Award for Supervisory Excellence, Life Saving Award, Meritorious Service Award, and Unit Award.

In 2017, Deputy Chief Viduna was elected by his peers to the Executive Board for the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association, helping to provide valuable training and resources to Law Enforcement professionals across the nation.

Deputy Chief - Adult Detention

Stuart Taylor

Deputy Chief Stuart Taylor is a 19 year veteran of the Will County Sheriff’s Office. He began his Law Enforcement career in 1991 with the Sangamon County Sheriff’s Office. He joined the Will County Sheriff’s Office in 1995 where he was assigned to the Adult Detention Facility. Deputy Chief Taylor was promoted to Correctional Sergeant in 2003 and became the Emergency Response Team Commander. In 2007, he was promoted to Correctional Lieutenant and in 2014 he was promoted to Deputy Chief of Operation at the Adult Detention Facility.

Deputy Chief Taylor received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Justice Profession from the University of Illinois. He most recently is a graduate of Northwestern Illinois University Supervision of Police Personnel.

Deputy Chief - Adult Detention

David Adams

Deputy Chief Dave Adams began his career with the Will County Sheriff’s Office in 2001. He became a member of the Emergency Response Team in 2003 and later became the Team Commander. He was promoted to Correctional Sergeant in 2006 and Correctional Lieutenant in 2014.

Deputy Chief Adams is a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Supervision of Police Personnel. He has been a Field Training Officer, Master Firearms and Control Tactics instructor for the department and teaches firearms and tactics at a local police academy. He oversaw all training for department personnel in the WCADF while he was assigned as Training Sergeant. He is also proud to be a founding member of the Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard.