At the We the People, McHenry County meeting Monday night soon-to-be Sheriff Robb Tadelman told those in attendance that John Bucci will be his Undersheriff.
Bucci is the Algonquin Police Chief.
He is the Third Vice President of the Illinois Association of Police Chiefs.
Tadleman believes that augers well for continued good relationships with local police departments.
Bucci’s law enforcement career spans 23 years, the last 21 years spent with the the Algonquin Police Department. He has served as Chief since 2014 and is an active ILACP member and International Association of Chiefs of Police member.
Bucci’s involvement with the Illinois Chiefs includes assisting with legislative reviews and participating in Lobby Days, conferences and trainings. He was appointed to serve on the Executive Board through April 2021. He also belongs to the the Kane County Chiefs of Police Association and the McHenry County Chiefs of Police Association where he previously served as secretary and currently serves as Sergeant at Arms. He serves as Treasurer on the board for the McHenry County Major Investigative Assistant Team (MIAT).
Bucci holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Millikin University and a master’s degree in public safety administration from Lewis University. He attended the FBI National Academy, Class 246. He and his wife Amy have four children, and Bucci is thankful for their ongoing support and encouragement.