Meet Frank Bibbiano
“I am an 18-year DuPage County Sheriff veteran and am proud to be running.”
Frank is a York Township Republican Organization Precinct Committeeman, a Parishioner at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Elmhurst, and a volunteer at Accessible Hearts Ministry at the Faith Evangelical Methodist Church of Elmhurst, which caters to people with special needs of all ages and their families. He is a Boy Scout leader. He is member of National Association for Down Syndrome and Gigi’s Playhouse – both organizations assist families dealing with Down Syndrome.
Frank is a 26-year DuPage County resident and a lifelong Illinois resident. He and his wife Elena have three children. Frank holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with an emphasis on local government from Northern Illinois University. Professionally, he has attended Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, Southern Police Institute for certification in Internal Affairs and Homicide Investigation, Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board executive leadership course, Suburban Law Enforcement Academy for law enforcement certification, and Illinois Police Training Institute for corrections officer certification. His hobbies are running, reading, cars, fishing, gardening, and his lawn.
I am deeply honored to have Sheriff Zaruba’s endorsement.Colonel Frank Bibbiano
Why I Am Running for Sheriff
I made the decision to run for the Office of Sheriff in DuPage County because I care deeply about the Office and County, and care for the people that work for the Office, and those the Office serves every day. I live, work, and raise my children in DuPage County. I want to see this community thrive and will answer the call 24 hours a day when it needs service of any type, as I have for the past eighteen years. I am committed to seeing to it that the Sheriff’s Office maintains its role in the County as a leading agency.
The Office has a strong tradition of professionalism and leadership under Sheriff Zaruba. I plan to continue the tradition of excellence he created. Sheriff Zaruba developed a number of effective programs that help the community. I plan on using those initiatives as a springboard to involve county residents more broadly so many more residents can take advantage of them. In doing so, I hope to make the work of the Office even more efficient, while maintaining the quality and integrity it is known for, as well as and improving the image of law enforcement in general during these challenging times.