We are members of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and we understand the responsibilities, challenges, and qualifications that it takes to run the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office in the most effective manner. With this in mind, we fully support Chief Deputy Steve Diesch for Clinton County Sheriff.
Steve has 23 years of experience with the Sheriff’s Office. He dedicated 5 years of his time volunteering as a Reserve Deputy to serve Clinton County and has worked as a Jail Deputy, Patrol Deputy, Assistant Jail Administrator, and Chief Deputy. Steve shared his knowledge as a Field Training Officer with new deputies and correctional officers, teaching the importance of positive interactions, service, and respect. He values the opinions and advice of those working in the agency. As a leader, Steve is willing to listen to differing opinions and new ideas to best serve Clinton County. Steve has pushed to ensure we have the equipment we need, including body worn cameras, while keeping the budget and taxpayer money in mind.
Steve leads with integrity in his career and personal life and expects the same of us. He has helped many of us through life events and is always willing to lend a hand without the expectation of something in return. Many times, we have turned around on calls or incidents and Steve is there in the trenches with us. He makes us better by holding us to a higher standard.
Steve is the best candidate for Sheriff in his character, integrity, relevant experience, and dedication to Clinton County. We would be honored to continue to serve Clinton County under his leadership. Please join us in supporting Steve Diesch for Clinton County Sheriff!
These opinions and experiences are our own and do not represent our employer.
Sergeant Scott Reyhons, Deputy Jeff Ernst, Deputy Cole Hamilton, Deputy Mark Mahmens, Deputy Zach Lange,Deputy Brandon VanBlaricome, Deputy Jake Dever, Deputy Adam Wojciechowski, Deputy Michael Peters, Deputy Marissa Mussmann, Sex Offender Registry Clerk Kim Voda, Administrative Asistant Karen Jess-Jungen, Correctional Officer Bryan McClimon, Correctional officer Jaimie Storjohann, Correctional officer Ciera Marweg,Correctional officer Toby Wilke,Correctional officer Colton Jones, Records secretary Ann Eikenberry