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ISBA presents Law Enforcement Award to Campton Hills Police Chief

ISBA 3rd Vice President Vincent F. Cornelius (left) presented a Law Enforcement Award to Chief Daniel Hoffman, who was nominated by 16th Circuit Chief Judge Judith Brawka (right).Daniel N. Hoffman, chief of police of the Campton Hills Police Department, received a 2014 ISBA Law on June 5, during a luncheon of the Kane County’s Mental Health Protocol Committee at the Kane County Judicial Center. ISBA 3rd Vice President Vincent F. Cornelius was on hand to present the award.

Chief Hoffman was nominated by Judith W. Brawka, chief judge of the 16th Judicial Circuit in Kane County.

The ISBA’s Law Enforcement Award was created to recognize sworn law enforcement officers for conduct that promotes justice and to distinguish those individuals whose service to the public brings honor and respect to the entire criminal justice system. It is given to recognize those who truly excel in the field of law enforcement. In addition to Chief Hoffman, four other law enforcement officers from judicial districts throughout Illinois will be honored.

Chief Hoffman was recognized for an entire career devoted to community safety and service, initially as a commander in the Aurora Police Department and more recently, in Campton Hills. As a member of the Kane County Mental Health Task Force, he helped develop Crises Intervention Team protocols and training, which give first responders the tools to calm persons in a mental health crisis.

Chief Hoffman also sits on the Kane County DUI Task Force organized through the State’s Attorney’s Office. In Aurora, he played an integral role in the Weed and Seed program, coordinating the collaboration of law enforcement agencies to reduce crime at the Weed and Seed site.

Posted on June 6, 2014 by Chris Bonjean
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