Sheriff Richard Randall recently awarded a 25 year service pin to Commander Robert Wollwert. As Support Services Commander Wollwert oversees Records, Court Security, Training, and Evidence Control functions. Commander Wollwert was Sheriff Randall’s second patrol hire, effective 8-3-87.
During his time he has served as a patrol deputy, community policing officer, patrol supervisor (promoted to Sergeant in 2000) and was the offices first full time training coordinator, a position he held for seven years before being appointed to Detective Sergeant in 2010.
He served as KCSO’s liaison to the Kendall County Emergency Management Agency and was the first line supervisor of the Auxiliary Deputy program from 2000 to 2010. He was promoted to his current rank in December, 2010.
Commander Wollwert is a 1982 graduate of East Aurora High School and received a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Benedictine University in 2009. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps (Active Duty) and the United States Army Reserve.
Special thanks to the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office for providing the information and photo.
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