Friends of Mark C. Curran, Jr. | Illinois Lake County Sheriff

Home Page


Lake County Sheriff Squad and Mark Curran

Respected Public Safety Professional

As a former assistant in the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office and the Attorney General’s Office, Mark brings an increased level of integrity and jurisprudence as Lake County Sheriff. Keeping Lake County Safe remains a top priority. Safety begins with a properly trained workforce and enhanced with educational programming available through schools, civic organizations as well as the Lake County Sheriff’s Citizen’s Police Academy, and Senior Advocate programs.

Illinois Lake County Courthouse

Proven Fiscal Manager

Operating under budget for seven years in a row, Sheriff Curran is a trusted steward of taxpayer dollars. Sheriff Curran initiated a cost-saving reorganization of the Court Security Unit. The unit formerly consisted of only full-time deputies. Today, 30 full-time Court Security Officers and 50 part-time Court Security Officers are members of the Court Security Unit, allowing the Office to re-allocate full-time deputies to patrol. The savings for a part-time employee, (including salary and elimination of benefits) is roughly $23,000 per deputy per year.

curran with kids

Invested in Our Communities

Sheriff Curran was raised in Deerfield and he and his wife, Irene, are raising their three sons in Libertyville.

A man of faith, Mark is a Knight of Columbus and he and his family are active members of St. Joe’s Parish in Libertyville and Ascension of our Lord Greek Orthodox Church in Lincolnshire.

Professionally, Mark serves on the Lake County Opioid Initiative, Coalition to Reduce Recidivism and serves on committees for the National Sheriff’s Association, Major County Sheriff’s Association and Illinois Sheriff’s Association.

Quick Contact


Subscribe to the latest news, updates and more by entering your email below.


Election Day – Tuesday, November 6, 2018

For more information about voter registration, early voting and vote by mail, click here.

Join Team Curran

There are many ways you can get involved to support your local sheriff.  For more details, click here.

Donate Today

Your contribution combined with hundreds of other supporters ensures a continued commitment to Keeping Lake County Safe while exercising fiscal responsibility.

     

The Lake County Sheriff's Office will be observing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Offices will be open 8:00 a.m. to 5… https://t.co/NLNRdCHi2E
about 1 day ago | @LakeCoILSheriff

Get a Mark Curran sign for your yard.

Curran Logo.fwClick Here

RSS Sheriff’s Office News

  • Missing Endangered Beach Park Man January 11, 2018
    The Lake County Sheriff’s Office asks for the community’s assistance in locating a missing endangered 74 year-old man. David E. Lesley was reported missing by family after leaving a residence in the 18000 block of West Yorkhouse Road, Beach Park.
  • Fatal Long Grove Crash January 11, 2018
    On January 4th at approximately 11:15PM, a Lake County Sheriff’s Deputy on patrol discovered a serious traffic crash on Route 83 just north of Route 22 in Long Grove. Due to the severity of the injuries the sheriff’s deputy requested additional resources.
  • Lake County Sheriff’s Office Applies for ILEAP Accreditation January 5, 2018
    Sheriff Mark Curran is pleased to announce the Lake County Sheriff’s Office is seeking accreditation through the Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ILEAP).