Kane County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Kane County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 37W755 Illinois Route 38, St. Charles, 60175 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 630-232-6840
Fax: 630-513-6984

Kane County Sheriff's Office is located at 37W755 Illinois Route 38, St. Charles, 60175 IL. The Kane County Sheriff's Office phone number is 630-232-6840.

Kane County Sheriff's Office News

#FugitiveFriday If you recognize this individual, or have information that will lead to her arrest, please contact our Warrants Division at: 630-208-5353 or 630-208-5354

We have received several complaints about someone calling residents claiming to be a representative of the Sheriff's Office and telling citizens they missed jury duty. This is just another in a long list of scams pulled by criminals. The FBI put out a good press release earlier this year regarding these scams please take a second to review their release it contains some good information on how these criminals operate.

Congratulations KCSO 2018 Fall Citizens Police Academy Graduates! 🎓 Welcome to the CPA Alumni Group.

Senior Services Association is hosting a food pantry on Friday, November 9. Senior shoppers must live in Elgin, South Elgin, East or West Dundee. Call to RSVP by Friday, November 2.

The KSCO had a great time trick or treating with local law enforcement and the families at Batavia Apartments. Thank you to everyone who came out and visited. We enjoyed sharing our afternoon with you all!

Thank you to everyone who stopped by and said hello to the KCSO team at the recent Aurora Youth and Family Resource Fair at the Prisco Center!

Sgt. Kyle Ficek of the West Dundee Police Department is pictured being given the 2018 Award of Excellence from the Illinois Homicide Investigators Association. Sgt. Ficek was the lead investigator of a homicide case that lead to the arrest and conviction of the offender. A Kane County Jury found the Offender, Gary Bennett, guilty of First Degree Murder. Bennett was sentenced to 20 years for the murder, 25 years for discharge of a firearm causing the death of the victim, and 5 years for concealing the homicide. Commander McCarty stated, “Sgt. Ficek should be commended for the skills and professionalism that he exhibited while representing the Kane County Major Crimes Task Force. Sgt. Ficek went above and beyond the call of duty in this investigation. Because of his actions and internal accountability to do the right thing, Sgt. Ficek deserves to be honored by the Illinois Homicide Investigators Association for his actions.”

Congratulations Central Kane County TRIAD for 20 Years of Service! TRIAD = law enforcement and seniors working together for stronger communities. Visit www.kanesheriff.com get involved in a TRIAD organization near you.

#FugitiveFriday If you recognize this individual, or have information that will lead to his arrest, please contact our Warrants Division at: 630-208-5353 or 630-208-5354

Mr. Peterson and his second group of students from Dundee-Crown High School took a guided tour of the Adult Justice Center and spent the day learning about law and justice. Thank you Dundee-Crown, we had a great time!

The KCSO gives huge shout-out to the Kaneville Community Child Center for inviting Deputy Hoffman and his K9 partner, Fero, to participate in Community Helpers Week. We had a great time talking with the “kiddos” and sharing what it means to be a dedicated member of the K9 Team.

***UPDATE*** The steers are home. Thank you everyone! Can somebody get these steers “moooooooved” out of the way? 🐄🐄 Our deputies are asking for help identifying the owners. The steers are in the area of Route 47 south of Rohrsen Rd., Plato Township. Please call our office if you know the owners. Thank you

Look whose joined our Citizens Police Academy!

🎃 Don’t let your Halloween fun end in a nightmare: You put everyone at risk when you choose to drive drunk. 🎃#DriveSoberIllinois #ImpairedDrivingIsScary #drivesoberorgetpulledover

#FugitiveFriday If you recognize this individual, or have information that will lead to his arrest, please contact our Warrants Division at: 630-208-5353 or 630-208-5354

Are you ready to survive an active shooter situation? In today’s society – we have got to prepare for the worst scenario. The KCSO is offering a free presentation on the Active Shooter. We look forward to seeing you at 6:00 p.m., tonight (10/17), at the Aurora Public Library (101 S River St., Aurora, IL). Join us for this engaging workshop – and learn the difference between run, hide, or, fight.

Mr. Petersen and his students from Dundee-Crown High School took a guided tour of the Adult Correctional Facility and spent the day learning about law and justice. A big shout out to Dundee-Crown High School!

Gift cards are the number one payment method that imposters demand. Make sure you don't become a victim.

Sharing on behalf of the Elgin Township TRIAD. Reservations are still being taken!

The KSCO is proud to announce that recent recruits, Patrick Gary Jr., and Rigoberto Sanchez, graduated from Basic Correctional Officer Class #3290. Let’s give these officers a big hand for their achievement!

FATAL TRAFFIC CRASH 10/15/18 On 10/15/18 at approximately 7:05am Kane County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to Rt. 25 south of Hickory Ln in unincorporated St Charles Township for a report of a vehicle that had crashed into a tree. The initial investigation indicates that a Chevrolet Malibu was traveling north on Rt. 25 and for an unknown reason left the roadway and struck a tree on the east side of Rt. 25. The driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, was pronounced deceased at the scene. The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Deceased: Karen Crampton 59 years of age of the 6N500 block of Salina Ave St Charles Township. Any media related inquiries please contact Sheriff’s PIO Pat Gengler 630-208-2002 or by e-mail genglerpatrick@co.kane.il.us.

#FugitiveFriday If you recognize this individual, or have information that will lead to her arrest, please contact our Warrants Division at: 630-208-5353 or 630-208-5354

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the KSCO hosted a free workshop on this national and community issue at the Gail Borden Public Library. Recognition and gratitude for the exceptional presentation by Ruth Peterson and Kimberly Shelinrod of the Community Crisis Center and Terry Syrris of the Elgin Police Department Social Services Division.

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Here are a few quick tips to keep you safe online.