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New Kendall County Corrections Deputy Sworn In

Benjamin Cave (left) is sworn in by Sheriff Richard Randall. Credit: Kendall County Sheriff's Office
Benjamin Cave (left) is sworn in by Sheriff Richard Randall. Credit: Kendall County Sheriff's Office

The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office has hired a new deputy sheriff to fill a vacant position in the Corrections Division.  

Benjamin Michael Cave was sworn in on Feb. 13 by Sheriff Richard A Randall. 

Cave will attend a five-week Correction’s Officer Academy at the Police Training Institute in DuPage County. Cave will report to the academy the week of February 17th. Upon successful completion of the academy, Cave will be paired with an experienced Field Training Officer and will undergo a rigorous 12 week field training program.

Cave, a resident of Yorkville, has an associate’s degree in Applied Science in Criminal Justice from Waubonsee Community College. Cave worked for the Bristol-Kendall Fire Protection District for six years before becoming a Sheriff’s Deputy.

 

 

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