Jeremy Viduna

Jeremy is currently the Deputy Chief of Support Services for the Will County Sheriff’s Office (Joliet, IL), located in the Chicago Metropolitan area. Jeremy started his law enforcement career in January of 1999. His previous assignments have included: Patrol, FTO, SWAT, Gangs/Narcotics, Criminal Investigations, Major Crimes Task Force, and Internal Affairs. Besides administrative investigations, Jeremy also is involved in his department’s policy review, development, and implementation. In 2012, Jeremy received an honorary award by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police for “Most Outstanding Officer of the Year Award” for his work as an investigator.

Prior to being elected as the 2nd Vice President of the NIAIA at the 2017 conference in Savannah, GA, Jeremy served as a NIAIA Regional Executive Committee Member, recruiting new members from the Midwest Region.

Jeremy has proudly served in the United States Army as a Military Police Officer and was honorably discharged. Jeremy attended Western Illinois University for his Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys sports and spending quality time with family and friends.