Significant Accomplishments

DuPage County Sheriff Candidate James Mendrick Highlights His Significant Career Accomplishments

As Accreditation Manager for the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office, I earned our first 100% compliance and the CALEA Flagship Award.

I earned a letter of appreciation for service for my work as a voting member of the Emergency Telephone Systems Board of DuPage County

I have earned Employee of the Month at the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office for apprehension of a burglary suspect.

DuPage County Sheriff Candidate James Mendrick Discusses His Significant Career Accomplishments

Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT)

I taught the autism training block to the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office for our agencies certification in Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT), which my opponent was one of my students.

My YouTube video published on November 15, 2015 details the entire CIT program that the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office would later adopt. View the video here.

James Mendrick’s Summary Highlights

Lincoln College
Lincoln Illinois
Liberal Arts Associates Degree
Graduate 1990

Illinois State University
Bloomington, Illinois
1990-1991

Lewis University
Graduate 1994
B.A. Criminal Justice

Voted most likely to become a Chief of Police

Basic Law Enforcement 400 hour Law Enforcement Officers Training Board
Spring 1996- receiving the Valedictorian award

Northwestern University

Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute

Staff and Command
January 21- May 17, 2002
GPA 3.84

Policing Executive Role in the 21st Century

Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standard Board

March 1996– Hired as Patrol Deputy

1998Promoted to Field Training Officer

Responsible for Training, supervising and preparing new Deputies for safe and ethical duty

2001 Tested and promoted to the position of Sergeant

Served as Sergeant in both Patrol and the Detective Units

2003Tested and Promoted to the position of Lieutenant

Responsible for an entire team of dayshift Deputies

Collateral duties include- Canine Commander, overseeing the Gang unit, Special Response Team, Problem Oriented Policing Unit

2004Promoted to Major

Placed in charge of CALEA Accreditation- an International Organization certifying superior Law Enforcement Agencies

Acquired 100% compliance and was awarded the Flagship Award, the first 100% compliancy award given in DSO history.

2006Promoted to Administrative Bureau Chief

Responsible for managing 555 employees, a 42 million dollar budget, and was responsible for dispersing the budget to the Law Enforcement Bureau, the Corrections Facility, the Courthouse, and all other Ancillary Departments of the Office.

Commanded the Courthouse, Crime Laboratory, Dispatch Center, Information Technology Department, Civil Division and Quarter Master.

Voting member on the Emergency Telephone Systems Board

Managed all contractual agreements for the Office at large

2011- current- Returned to Patrol Commander by request (stepped down for family reasons)

Responsible for duties of Lieutenant as previously explained

Continued to manage the global budget for three more years while on Patrol

– Field Training Officer from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standard Board

– Emergency Management Institute in ICS- 00100.LE Introduction to the Incident Command Systems, ICS-100for Law Enforcement

– Emergency Management Institution in ICS-00200 for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

– DuPage County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management in ICS-300, intermediate ICS

– Arrest, Search, and Seizure for Sergeants and Lieutenants by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Fundamentals of Community Oriented Policing by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Use of Force by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– John Reid Advanced Interview and Interrogations by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Cultural Diversity and Awareness by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Critical Incidence Response by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Designer Drug Awareness by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Mental Health and The Police Response by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.

– Basic Background Investigation by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc

– Hate and Bias Crime in the Small Town and Rural Training Series; Hate and      Bias

-Crimes Training Program from the Department of the Treasury Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

– Legal Issues for Chiefs, Sheriff’s and Supervisors by Suburban Law Enforcement Academy

– Media and Law Enforcement Executives by the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy

– Introduction to Booby-Traps, Explosives and Hazardous Devices by the United States Police Canine Association, Inc.

– Certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board in Juvenile Specialist Skills

– Certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board in First Line Supervision

  • DGTRO Committeemen in a LOOP from 2002-2010
  • Elected Committeemen in precinct 126 2010-present
  • Area Chair for DGTRO 2015- present

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