Reilly’s Plan for a Safer Will County

Tackling the Heroin & Opioid Epidemic Head On

The growing heroin and opioid epidemic in Will County must be tackled head-on.  Overdoses, deaths, and property crimes have increased drastically in recent years right here in Will.

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Community Based Policing

I believe in fewer traffic stops, and more officers in the community making a difference alongside residents.  Building trust within our neighborhoods will lead to better outcomes.

Mental Health Training

Time and time again we see tragedies and think someone should have seen the signs.  I will implement training to help our deputies recognize a person in crisis.


Jim Reilly is honored to have the endorsement of many leaders throughout Will County!

This election is about the future of Will County, Jim Reilly understands the problems we face and is ready to work hard and make the tough decisions.

Adam Kinzinger United States Congressman

As a three-term Will County Sheriff, I know firsthand the qualifications needed to fulfill this trusted position and Jim Reilly excels in all these qualities.

Paul Kaupus Retired Will County Sheriff

I have worked side by side with Jim Reilly for many years, he is one of the most dedicated and experienced officers I know.  I am proud to support Reilly for Sheriff.

Fred Hayes Former Joliet Chief of Police, Current Elwood Chief of Police
“I have dedicated my career to law enforcement, and I strive every day to make my community proud.”

Will County Sheriff's Police Deputy of the Year 2016

Joliet Police Officer of the Year 1991 & 1993

Part of the largest narcotics investigations in Will County history.

Responsible for 25 felony arrests on known gang members in the Will County area.

In the Words of Sheriff Kelley

“No other deputy in the past several years has made more of an impact in reducing the rate of burglaries,” Kelley said. “Jim’s style of solving crimes is to use a proactive approach…His professional and friendly personality injects trust with the citizens
he interacts with.” – Sheriff Mike Kelley

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