Craig Campbell, Director of Administration
- FOIA Officer
- Kane County Accident Reconstruction Commander
- Kane County Task Force on Drinking and Driving
Director Campbell has been a member of the Kane County Sheriff's Office since 1998. During his tenure with the Sheriff's Office, he has worked in the Investigations Division, Warrants Division, and Office of Professional Standards, as well as being qualified as a Crash Reconstruction Expert. Lieutenant Campbell was promoted to Sergeant (2006) and Lieutenant (2014).
Director Campbell holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University (1992), and is a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, School of Police Staff and Command Class #308. In 2016, Director Campbell received a M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine Univeristy.
Administration – Responsible for management, planning, and budgeting within the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, the Administration Division acts as the custodian of personnel records.
FOIA Officer – Serves as the Freedom of Information Act Officer (FOIA) for the Kane County Sheriff's Office.
Freedom of Information Act - FOIA
FOIA Request Form
Records – Responsible for all of records management within the Sheriff's Office.
Training – Assists the Public Safety Division with new employee recruiting and background investigations.
Commend an Officer/Recognition Form
Internal Affairs – The primary responsibility of the Internal Affairs Division is to ensure the integrity of the Sheriff's Office. The Internal Affairs Division is responsible for receiving and investigating complaints made against employees of the Sheriff's Office. The Kane County Sheriff's Office is committed to the professional law enforcement services that we provide; and, all complaints shall be thoroughly investigated. Please contact Lt. Eric Fisher regarding the Internal Affairs Program.
Lt. Eric Fisher, Internal Affairs
Lieutenant Fisher has been a member of the Kane County Sheriff's Office since 1994. He was promoted to the position of Sergeant (2008) and Lieutenant (2014). Since 1994, he was held a number of positions crucial to the safety of our citizens including Field Training Supervisor, SWAT Team Operator, Special Operations Unit Detective, Canine Handler, General Assignment Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Special Operations Unit Sergeant, Civil Division Sergeant, and Patrol Division Commander.
Lietuenant Fisher is a graduate of Northwestern University Center of Public Safety, School of Police Staff and Command Class.