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Title: Mount Prospect Police Department


1
Police Department 2007 Annual Review
  • John K. Dahlberg
  • Chief of Police

2
Chiefs Message
  • Honorable Irvana K. Wilks, Mayor
  • Board of Trustees and
  • Mr. Michael Janonis, Village Manager
  • On behalf of the members of the Police
    Department, I herein submit our 2007 Annual
    Report. This report provides highlights and
    summaries of the Police Departments activities
    during the past year. It also includes
    descriptions of the departments major programs,
    initiatives and accomplishments.
  • The accomplishments realized by the department
    during 2007 were the result of an effective team
    effort put forth by a great group of committed
    law enforcement officers and support staff. I
    remain confident in the ability of this law
    enforcement agency to meet its mandate of
    safeguarding the community, by way of delivery of
    a comprehensive array of law enforcement services
    and programs administered by a well-trained,
    courteous, and culturally diverse and sensitive
    work force.
  • Should you have any questions about the content
    of this report, please feel free to contact me at
    your convenience.
  • Respectfully,
  • Chief John K. Dahlberg

3
Personnel Changes
4
Departure
  • Chief Richard Eddington departed to assume the
    top cop position with the Evanston Police Dept.
  • We wish him well in his endeavors and thank
    him for his service and guidance during his six
    years with the agency.

5
Retirement
  • Sergeant Ken Lee retired after serving for 27
    years. During his career, he performed as a
    firearms instructor, youth officer, and
    investigator. We wish him well in his retirement.

6
Promotions Chief of Police
  • John Dahlberg assumed the position as the
    Chief of Police in Mount Prospect. He is the
    first internal promotion to chief in more than 25
    years.

7
Promotions Deputy Chief
  • Robert Rzepecki received a promotion from
    Operations Commander to Deputy Chief of
    Operations, succeeding the position vacated by
    Chief Dahlberg.

8
Promotions Commander
  • The department promoted Tim Janowick to the
    position of Operations Commander, filling the
    position vacated by Robert Rzepecki.

9
Promotions Sergeant
  • Robert Smith was promoted to the rank of
    sergeant, filling the vacancy created by Tim
    Janowicks promotion. Sergeant Smith serves in
    the patrol division as a shift supervisor.

10
Promotions Sergeant
  • Ryan Kane was promoted to the rank of sergeant
    where he serves in the patrol division. Sergeant
    Kanes promotion occurred as a result of Sergeant
    Ken Lees retirement.

11
New Police Officers
Police Fire Commission Chairman Robert
McKillop prepares Officer Alison Teevan (above)
for her Oath of Office. Chief Dahlberg
congrat- ulates Officer Richard LaBarbera (below)
after he is sworn in as a new officer.
12
New Police Officers
Police and Fire Commission chairman Robert
McKillop swears in Seth Santi as a police officer
(top). Chief Dahlberg with new Officers
Michael Wood and Johmel Henderson after their
Oaths of Office (bottom).
13
New Community Service Officers
  • Rebecca Keeley and Bradley Norman joined the
    department as Community Service Officers.

14
Transitions
  • Mobile Video Review Officer Patrick Lyons
    transitioned to become the departments Crime
    Free Housing Coordinator. Frank Siwak filled the
    job of MVR Officer.

15
Major Accomplishments Traffic Unit
16
Traffic Unit Operational
  • Officer Bill Nelson, Sergeant Mike Eterno, and
    Officer Tom Nowak staff the new Traffic Unit.
    Approved in 2005 and delayed due to personnel
    constraints, the long awaited unit became
    operational in June 2007.

17
Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25
  • The Traffic Units mission is education and
    enforcement. The Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25
    program is a driver education program alerting
    motorists via yard signs of the 25 MPH speed
    limit in residential areas.

18
Seat Belted? Ice Cream!
  • In cooperation with Culvers, the Traffic Unit
    distributed free ice cream coupons to Prospect
    High School students driving or riding in cars
    with fastened seat belts as they left the campus.

19
Truck Enforcement Detail
  • The Traffic Unit conducted truck weight and
    safety inspections in conjunction with the
    Illinois State Police and the Illinois Department
    of Transportation.

20
IDOT LIDAR Award
  • The Traffic Unit received a new LIDAR (laser
    speed gun) unit from the Illinois Department of
    Transportation in recognition of the departments
    efforts during the Click It or Ticket campaigns.

21
Traffic Unit Stats
  • 1,245 moving violation citations
  • 1,055 equipment violation citations
  • 170 parking citations
  • 105 arrests
  • 55 Neighborhood Traffic Enforcement Complaints
    from citizens investigated

22
Major Accomplishments Crime Free Housing Program
23
Crime Free Housing Program
  • The Crime Free Housing Program is designed to
    educate landlords in rental property management
    tactics to reduce crime and nuisances.

24
Crime Free Housing Courses
  • Landlords are required to attend an 8-hour
    course explaining the ordinance and instruction
    on risk mitigation for criminal activity.

25
Crime Free Housing Survey
  • After completing the training course, police
    officers conduct a site survey to determine where
    the landlord can improve safety and reduce the
    risk of crime.

26
Major Accomplishments Storm Response
27
August 23, 2007
  • A severe storm causing significant wind damage
    roared through the village. Within 2 hours, 43 of
    the departments 86 officers patrolled the
    streets, directed traffic, assisted residents, or
    provided security.

28
August 24, 2007
  • While on patrol during the overnight hours
    after the storm, Officer Jose Melendez found a
    house ablaze. He rescued three residents from the
    burning structure and notified the fire
    department.

29
Major Accomplishments Prisoner Transport Vehicle
30
Prisoner Transport
  • The new prisoner truck allows the department
    to transport up to 12 prisoners to bond court or
    away from large scenes. Using the truck reduces
    the number of officers involved in transporting
    prisoners from 4 to 1 or 2.

31
Enforcement and Criminal Activity
32
Citations
2007
2006
33
Offenses
34
Arrests
35
Operations Division
36
Operations Command Personnel
  • Robert Rzepecki
  • Deputy Chief
  • Operations

Scott Sullivant Commander Investigations
John Gross Commander Afternoon Watch
Ted Adamczyk Commander Day Watch
John Wagner Commander Midnight Watch
37
Operations Midnight Watch
  • Supervised by Sergeants Dave Zboril and Joe
    Belmonte
  • 15 Patrol Officers
  • 2 Community Service Officers

38
Operations Midnight Watch
  • Highlights
  • 8 car burglars caught in the act!
  • 187 arrests for driving under the influence of
    alcohol or drugs
  • 257 officer-initiated arrests
  • 839 foot patrols of apartments, businesses, and
    parks conducted

39
Operations Day Watch
  • Supervised by Sergeants Tom Lopotko and Mark
    Bonner
  • 14 Patrol Officers
  • 6 Community Service Officers

40
Operations Day Watch
  • As spring approached and scam artists began
    making their way into the neighborhoods, Day
    Watch officers enacted Project Safe Seniors and
    spoke with senior citizens about the dangers of
    home repair scams.

41
Operations Day Watch
  • Day Watch officers conducted Project Safe
    Schools with safety and enforcement efforts in
    school zones.
  • Officers also protected and educated shoppers
    and store clerks during the holiday season in
    Project Safe Shoppers.

Commander Ted Adamczyk enters a day shift
schedule change.
42
Operations Day Watch
  • 4,405 traffic citations
  • 2,189 parking citations
  • 321 officer-initiated arrests
  • 2,617 Walk and Talks in neighborhoods and
    business districts

Day shift officers conduct Click It or Ticket
enforcement activity disguised as Public Works
employees.
43
Operations Afternoon Watch
  • Supervised by Sergeants Dick Draffone, Ken Lee,
    Jeff Schmitz, Robert Smith and Ryan Kane
  • 19 Patrol Officers
  • 3 Community Service Officers

44
Operations Afternoon Watch
  • 23 Arrests for DUI
  • 4,034 moving violation citations
  • 1,001 parking citations
  • 3,482 Walk N Talks

Sergeant Jeff Schmitz conducts a roll call
briefing before the start of C-Shift.
45
Operations Afternoon Watch
CSO Natalia Andrushko, Officers Joe Garris, Frank
Tolgyesi, and Larry Rosenbarski (rear) prepare
for a C-Shift Roll Call.
Officer Scott Filipek prepares a crime report for
a citizen.
46
Operations Investigative Section
  • Supervised by Sergeant Mark McGuffin
  • 8 Investigators
  • 2 Youth Investigators
  • 2 Tactical Unit Officers
  • 2 Community Oriented Policing Unit Officers
  • 1 School Resource Officer

47
Operations Investigative Section
  • Conducted 736 investigations
  • Arrest 63 people on felony charges
  • Arrest 3 subjects responsible for 35 car
    burglaries
  • Recovered in excess of 8,000 restitution

Investigator Ed Szmergalski receives quinquenial
recognition for his 15 years of service.
48
Operations MCAT
  • Major Case Assistance Team members assist
    other agencies in high profile cases that are
    resource-intensive.
  • 5 activations in 2007 with 4 arrests made
  • 13 MCAT Evidence Technician activations
  • MCAT Surveillance Unit activated 5 times.

49
Operations Tactical Unit
  • 2 plain-clothed officers
  • Proactive approach to enforcing state and local
    laws
  • Specialize in gang and narcotics enforcement
  • Networking with local, state, and federal agencies

50
Operations Tactical Unit
  • Seized 48,000 in cash in 2007
  • 45 felony arrests
  • 30 misdemeanor arrests
  • 37 local ordinance citations issued

51
Operations COP Unit
  • Officers Anthony Addante and Michael Meister
    assigned to target problem areas with a community
    oriented policing strategy.
  • 51 arrests including
  • Arrest of a gang member in possession of
    ammunition

52
Crime Prevention Unit
53
Bill Roscop and Dirk Ollech
  • Officers Bill Roscop and Dirk Ollech provide
    Officer Friendly classroom visits, conduct
    residential and business security surveys, and
    participate in community speaking engagements as
    some of their functions in the Crime Prevention
    Unit.

54
Crime Prevention Unit Activity
  • 301 Officer Friendly classroom visits
  • 53 community speaking engagements
  • 9 security surveys
  • 38 crime prevention displays
  • 126 Activity Summary Reports produced

55
National Night Out
Dodge Ball!
56
Childrens Safety Academy
57
Childrens Safety Academy
58
John Jay School Movie Night
  • The Crime Prevention Unit spends a large
    amount of time with our youth, especially during
    special events such as the John Jay Movie Night,
    building positive relationships with the future
    of the community.

59
Administrative Support Services Division
60
Chief
Tim Janowick Operations Commander
  • Michael Semkiu
  • Deputy Chief
  • Administration

Deputy Chief Operations
Chief
Mark Weger Administrative Support Services
Sergeant
Steve Burrell Technical Services Unit
Catherine Caldwell Records Section Supervisor
Pat Lyons Crime Free Housing Coordinator
Frank Siawk MVR Review Officer
61
Technical Services Unit
  • Officer Steve Burrell manages the departments
    technology components.
  • Recognized as a subject matter expert, Officer
    Burrell serves on several advisory boards and is
    a resource for other law enforcement agencies.

Community Service Officer Rebecca Keeley operates
several computers, a closed circuit television
monitoring system, and radios maintained by
Officer Burrell.
62
Records Section
  • The Records Section processed the
  • 6,468 Compliance Citations,
  • 7,985 Moving Violation Citations,
  • 9,438 Parking Citations,
  • 1,933 arrests, and
  • 26,694 calls for service
  • generated in 2007.

63
Property Officer
  • Property Officer Jim Herman manages the
    evidence storage room and coordinates the
    evidence technician program.
  • He is the president of the Illinois Law
    Enforcement Property and Evidence Managers
    Association.

64
Training Scenarios
  • Officers learned means of rescuing downed
    persons and handling a variety of scenarios with
    armed persons.

Confronting armed individuals in a rapid response
scenario…
65
Training Forensic Mapping
  • Evidence Technicians Accident Investigators
    trained in the use of a total station to map
    crime and crash scenes.

66
Training New Officers
Officer Bill Nelson conducts ballistic shield
training with new officers (left and below). All
new members of the department receive extensive
training at the academy, in the field training
program, and through the departments instructors.
Commander John Wagner supervises the departments
field training program for new officers. A total
of 11 new officers participated in the program in
2007, completing 6,464 hours of training.
67
Training First Aid / CPR
  • All department personnel received training in
    first aid, CPR, and the use of automatic external
    defibrilators (AED)
  • Patrol vehicles will be equipped with AED
    machines in 2008

Officer Maureen Kerrigan instructs Officer Dave
Okon in AED use while Commander John Gross
practices respirations (below).
68
Awards and Recognition
69
Sheriffs Award of Merit
  • Officer Joe Ziolkowski received the Cook
    County Sheriffs Award of Merit recognizing his
    excellent performance as a patrol officer and his
    dedication as a training officer.

70
Sheriffs Award of Merit
  • Officer Cheryl Specht received the Cook County
    Sheriffs Award of Merit for her exceptional
    performance conducting undercover narcotics
    investigations.

71
Lifetime Achievement Award
  • The Illinois Crime Prevention Association
    awarded Officer William Roscop their first
    Lifetime Achievement Award for his nearly 20
    years of work as a crime prevention officer.

72
Officer of the Year
  • Officer Anthony Lietzow received 3
    Commendations in 2007, including one for seizing
    31,000 in drug money with his partner, Officer
    Cheryl Specht. In addition, he had numerous
    self-initiated felony drug arrests.

73
Officer of the Year
  • Officer Cheryl Specht received the Co-Officer
    of the Year award for her work in undercover
    narcotics investigations, numerous self-initiated
    felony drug arrests, and her gang enforcement
    activities.

74
Officer of the Year Runner Up
  • Officer Joseph Ziolkowski, an eighteen-year
    veteran, received Officer of the Quarter
    recognition and 2 Commendations in 2007. Officer
    Ziolkowski, along with other officers, saved the
    life of a woman held at knife-point by her
    ex-boyfriend.

75
Officer of the Year Runner Up
  • While on patrol in plain-clothes, Officer
    Mike Landeweer saw a man acting suspiciously in
    the parking lot of a business. Upon investigating
    the mans actions, Officer Landeweer determined
    the man was stalking his ex-girlfriend. His
    arrest prevented a violent crime from occurring.

76
Officer of the Year Runner Up
  • Officer Jonathan Juhl received a Commendation
    for his quick actions in assisting an individual
    who accidentally shot himself. He also is
    recognized for his professionalism as a Police
    Training Officer.

77
Officer of the Year Runner Up
  • In 2007, Officer Jose Melendez rescued 3
    elderly occupants of a house after he found their
    home on fire in the overnight hours while on
    patrol. Also, he made felony arrests for
    possession of a controlled substance.

78
Commendations
  • Anthony Addante (1)
  • Christopher Berg (1)
  • Laura Davis (1)
  • Joseph Garris (1)

79
Commendations
  • Joseph Gliner (1)
  • Thomas Hoskinson (1)
  • Jonathan Juhl (1)
  • Ryan Kane (3)

80
Commendations
  • Joseph Kanupke (1)
  • Michael Landeweer (1)
  • Anthony Lietzow (3)
  • Michael Meister (2)

81
Commendations
  • Jose Melendez (3)
  • Brian Moise (1)
  • Robert Riordan (1)
  • Daniel Salzmann (1)

82
Commendations
  • Jeffrey Schmitz (1)
  • Cheryl Specht (1)
  • Joseph Ziolkowski (2)

83
Honorable Mentions
  • Joseph Belmonte (1)
  • Christopher Berg (1)
  • Richard Draffone (1)
  • Ryan Kane (1)
  • Joseph Kanupke (2)

Brian Moise (1) Frank Raus (1) Bart Tweedie
(1) Joseph Ziolkowski (1)
84
Certificate of Exceptional Performance
  • Michael Brady (1)
  • Michael Landeweer (1)

85
Letters of Recognition
Sworn Personnel
  • Anthony Addante (2)
  • Angelo Anzalone (1)
  • Rafael Ayala (1)
  • David Behun (1)
  • Christopher Berg (1)
  • Lance Besthoff (3)
  • Mark Bonner (2)
  • Michael Brady (2)
  • Steve Burrell (1)
  • Craig Charak
  • (4) Francisco Cornejo
  • (3) Laura Davis
  • Robert Etchingham
  • (2) Michael Eterno
  • (3) Barbara Felten
  • Brian Floyd
  • (1) Joseph Garris
  • (2) Timothy Griffin

86
Letters of Recognition
Sworn Personnel
  • John Gross (2)
  • Thomas Hoskinson (5)
  • Timothy Janowick (4)
  • Jonathan Juhl (1)
  • Ronald Kadzielawski (1)
  • Ryan Kane (1)
  • Joseph Kanupke (2)
  • Maureen Kerrigan (2)
  • Richard LaBarbera (2)
  • Anthony Lietzow
  • (1) Thomas Lopotko
  • Miguel Martinez
  • (2) Brian Moise
  • (4) Joseph Morel
  • (3) Kimberly Nagel
  • (4) William Nelson
  • Jason Nemerow
  • (2) Thomas Nowak

87
Letters of Recognition
Sworn Personnel
  • David Okon (4)
  • Dirk Ollech (12)
  • Frank Raus (3)
  • Mark Recker (2)
  • Robert Riordan (2)
  • William Roscop (27)
  • Larry Rosenbarski (3)
  • Seth Santi (2)
  • (1) Lee Schaps
  • (2) Gregory Sill
  • (2) Stevan Sparr
  • (1) Alison Teevan
  • (1) Frank Tolgyesi
  • (2) Richard Tracy
  • (1) Bart Tweedie
  • (1) David Zboril

88
Letters of Recognition
Civilian Personnel
  • Natalia Andrushko (1)
  • Catherine Caldwell (1)
  • Carlos Huizar (5)
  • Rebecca Keeley
  • Robert Storto
  • (2) Lucy Thomas

89
Thank You
  • Thank you for reviewing the accomplishments of
    the Mount Prospect Police Department in 2007. The
    members of the department look forward to serving
    the community with distinction, honor, and
    integrity in the future.
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