Jason Frank is a Sergeant with the Swansea Police Department. He received his B.S. in Criminal Justice from Quincy University (2000) and graduated from the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2005).
Prior to joining the Swansea Police Department, Sergeant Frank spent five years as a Juvenile Corrections Officer with the St. Clair County Juvenile Detention Center. Sergeant Frank has served the Swansea Police Department in several capacities, including patrolman, emergency response team member, K-9 handler, investigator, and field training officer.
During the six years he spent as an investigator, Sergeant Frank participated on the St. Clair County Gang Suppression Task Force, the Southern Illinois Child Death Investigation Task Force, and the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis, where he served as a Deputy Reporting Officer.
In 2014, Sergeant Frank received the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis Certificate of Merit and the Hoyleton Ministries Run for Justice Award for Work on Violent Crime. In 2016, Sergeant Frank received a Lifesaving Award from the Southwestern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission/Southern Illinois Police Chief's Association. Sergeant Frank is married with three children.