1. Sheriff’s K9 Team Track & Locate Hypothermic Female

    On March 15, 2019, at approximately 11:20PM, a Lake County Sheriff’s K9 Team was requested to respond to an address in the 200 block of North Route 12, Volo, to search for a missing endangered adult. Read on...
  2. St. Patrick’s Weekend Traffic Safety Campaign Results

    During the St. Patrick’s weekend traffic safety campaign, Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested seven people for driving with revoked or suspended driver’s licenses, issued 30 citations for speeding, and issued 52 seat belt citations. Read on...
  3. Sheriff Idleburg & Fremont School Dist. 79 Announce New Innovative School Safety System

    Sheriff John Idleburg is pleased to announce groundbreaking advancements to school safety in Lake County, in a new pilot program. Read on...
  4. Missing Endangered Unincorporated Grayslake Man

    The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing endangered man. Read on...
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NewLaws

New Laws Effective January 1, 2019

Effective January 1, 2019, 250 new laws go into effect. The Lake County Sheriff's Office organized a pdf display above highlighting 17 changes in the law that impact public safety. Content in the pdf display was derived from the Illinois Senate President’s Office, Illinois Senate Republican’s Office and the Illinois General Assembly website. Readers are encouraged to click the SB, HB, or Public Act links for a more complete reading.

To learn more about all new laws, visit the Illinois Senate President's Office or the Illinois Senate Republican's Office.