Press Release- Sheriff’s Office Detective Quick Elected as Illinois Juvenile Officer President

6/21/2019 12:00:00 AM

Detective Michael Quick, a 12-year veteran of the McHenry County Sheriff's Office, was recently elected President of the Illinois Juvenile Officers Association (IJOA).

 The IJOA provides continued and advanced training to law enforcement related to juveniles; reviews current and proposed legislation related to juveniles; and is involved in programs aimed at preventing and controlling juvenile delinquency throughout the State of Illinois. The IJOA also works with youth service agencies and organizations whose missions include: addressing and preventing crimes against children, adolescent domestic battery, and current youth drug trends. 

 Detective Quick has been involved with the McHenry County Juvenile Officers Association since 2012 and the IJOA since 2013.  During that time, Detective Quick has been elected to various positions on the boards of both organizations.  Being elected into this position is very special to him due to the fact that Detective Quick's father is a Past IJOA President.

 "We are very proud of Det. Quick and grateful for the special expertise he brings to the MCSO with respect to juvenile justice," Sheriff Bill Prim remarked.  "His election is a credit to himself, his family and to the Sheriff's Office."



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