Kendall County Deputy Retires, Another Reaches Service Milestone
Sheriff's Office recognizes the two long-time employees
The Kendall County Sheriff's Office recognized two long-time employees for their years of service.
Deputy Mathew Hogan is retiring after 23 years of service with the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Hogan has served as a patrol deputy and as a detective for the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office. As a detective, Hogan was responsible for the Sheriff Office’s Sex Offender Registration Program and was an advanced crime scene investigator.
Deputy Commander Brian Jahp, Deputy Commander for the Police Operations Division, completed 20 years of service at the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office. During that time he has served as a patrol deputy, juvenile officer, patrol supervisor (promoted to Sergeant in 2003), and training sergeant.
Jahp assisted in the creation of the Sheriff Office’s Traffic Unit and he was assigned duties of traffic sergeant. He also served as KCSO’s liaison to the Kendall County Emergency Management Agency and was the first line supervisor of the Auxiliary Deputy program.
Information provided by Kendall County Sheriff's Office.