About The Sheriff
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Sheriff of Will County
Sheriff Mike Kelley is a 31-year veteran of the Will County Sheriff's Department.
He has worked in virtually every division within the Will County Sheriff's Department. Sheriff Kelley joined the Sheriff's Department in 1988, recently served as a sergeant in the Criminal Investigations Division.
He also has served as a patrol sergeant, as a Will County State's Attorney's Office investigator, in the Fugitive Warrants Division, as a deputy providing security in the Will County Courthouse and as a deputy in the Will County Adult Detention Facility.
Sheriff Kelley is a member of the Metropolitan Alliance of Police, the Illinois Homicide Investigators Association, a Moose Member, a former AFSCME #2961 Executive Board Member (Deputies Union), a former FOP Labor Council Executive Board Member (Deputies Union), and a former Metropolitan Alliance of Police #123 Executive Board Member (Supervisors Union).
Sheriff Kelley also has received Departmental Awards for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service.
He has been married to his wife, Leigh, for 23 years, and they have three sons.
To Contact the Sheriff's Department - Call 815-727-8895 or visit our Contact Page for more information.