Sheriff David G. Beth
Born in 1960 in Kenosha County, David Beth attended Paris Elementary and Salem Central High School. David continued his education at UW Parkside, Gateway Technical College and Northwestern University for Accident Reconstruction.
David first full-time job was as a product designer in the Engineering Department at Snap-On Tools in Kenosha. On July 5 1982, he started a career with the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department. David was the last deputy hired in what was the "Old Sheriff’s Department" building, and the newest to enter the Public Safety Building, the current home of the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department. David was one of the youngest deputies ever hired at the age of 21. David started as a Deputy Sheriff working all three shifts in the Patrol Division.
In 1989 David was chosen by then Sheriff Alan Kehl, to be Kenosha’s first DARE Officer. DARE grew into the Public Relations Division's largest program, with thousands of students being taught ways to remain drug free. David had the opportunity not only to teach the Elementary School program, but also spearheaded the middle and high school curriculums.
In November 2002, 2006, and 2010 David was elected by the citizens of Kenosha County to be their fifty-eighth Sheriff. David is currently Kenosha County's longest serving Sheriff. As Sheriff, he is responsible for over 350 employees and a budget of over $36 million.
David is a longtime resident of The Town of Brighton where he enjoys spending time with his family on their horse farm.
Chief Deputy Marc Levin
Chief Deputy Marc Levin was hired as by the Department in July of 1990. In 2001 he was promoted to Sergeant after working for 11 years as a patrol deputy on all three shifts. As a Sergeant, Levin supervised first and third shift patrol until 2011 when he was promoted to Lieutenant and was in command of the Conveyance Bureau and a member of the Courthouse Security Advisory Committee.
Levin was then promoted to the rank of Captain in 2015. Captain Levin commanded the Detentions Division overseeing the Kenosha County Detention Center and the Kenosha County Jail Pre-trial Facility. There he was responsible for over 200 full and part-time staff members.
Chief Deputy Levin holds a bachelor Degree from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee majoring in Criminal Justice.
On January 4, 2017 Levin was promoted for the fourth time to the rank of Chief Deputy where he serves as second in command of the entire Kenosha Sheriff’s Department and is charged with administrating daily operations.