There’s a culture problem in the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office right now. It’s being run as a good ol’ boys club where a select group gets special treatment, even when accused of serious wrongdoing.
Sheriff Prim ran in 2014 as an outsider, promising to clean up the ol’ boys club that existed. And after he was elected, he did just that, improving the culture and reforming the office. But as he’s approached retirement the last few years, and as Robb Tadelman and his ol’ boys crew took over, the office has fallen back to what Prim fought so hard to change.
Tony Colatorti is an experienced law enforcement leader and successful small business owner who spends countless hours in the community serving McHenry County families.
His 22-year career in law enforcement includes experience as chief of police for two McHenry County communities. Colatorti is an also an entrepreneur who has owned multiple businesses over the past 25 years. His public service and business record equip him with leadership and executive experience that make him ready to be sheriff on day one.
Paid for by Tony Colatorti for McHenry County Sheriff.
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