The Kane County Sheriff’s Office has announced the hiring of its first social worker to serve the community under Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain’s new Special Victims Team.
Social Worker Nicole Krupp accepted the position on Nov. 16 and began taking a case load of victims affected by some of the most impactful types of crimes.
Krupp also decided to launch a holiday donation drive to benefit Hesed House and PADS Homeless shelters, along with domestic violence shelters, Mutual Ground and the Community Crisis Center. She was able to gather over $16,000 in cash donations and almost $10,000 in donated goods to benefit these essential groups in just a few weeks.
Krupp will continue to serve under Sgt. Brandon McKiness’ lead in the new unit of the Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division, which investigates serious crimes against minors, the senior community, domestic violence victims, and sex crimes.
SOURCE: Kane County Sheriff’s Office news release
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