2022 Photo Gallery

The most recent photos are at the top of the page.  

President Lou Jogmen (Highland Park) and other law enforcement leaders spoke at a press event to promote Illinois Speed Awareness Day on July 25, 2022. 


ILACP President Lou Jogmen (Highland Park) addresses the community during a press conference about the Fourth of July shooting. Jogmen shared a statement with the ILACP membership on July 8, 2022. 

ILACP participated in a virtual discussion with the Illinois Sheriffs Association and several LE labor groups, talking about the concerns of officers and the effects on recruitment and retention in Illinois, on June 16, 2022. 

ILACP recognized then-Metropolis Police Department officers Tim Davis and John McNeely, who have since become sergeants, and Massac County deputy Justin Goodman with the Life-Saving Award for their quick actions to save a man in cardiac arrest during an incident in December 2020. They were recognized in a ceremony on June 13, 2022.

 Illinois Sen. Rachelle Crowe (56th District) was recognized as an ILACP 2021 Public Officials of the Year in a ceremony held in O'Fallon. Sen. Crowe is pictured with ILACP Deputy Director Kenny Winslow, ILACP VP at Large Dan Ryan and members of the Southern Illinois Area Police Chiefs Association (SIPCA) on May 19, 2022. 

Park Ridge PD Service to Remember on May 8, 2022. 

Hundreds Chiefs came together for the 2022 Annual Conference that included educational sessions, networking and fun and a inspiring keynote by Chief Dave Funkhouser in Northbrook on April 27-29, 2022. 


During the 2022 Annual Conference in Northbrook, law enforcement officers were honored with awards and the new Board of Officers was sworn in for 2022-23. 

Executive Director Ed Wojcicki participated in a press conference in the State Capitol at the invitation of ILACP Public Official of the Year, Sen. Rachelle Crowe, who was introducing some law enforcement legislation on April 2, 2022. 

State Representative Dan Ugaste, R-St. Charles, was honored as an ILACP Public Official of the Year and presented a plaque by ILACP leadership at the Illinois State Capital on March 30, 2022. 


President Chief Mitchell R. Davis III (bottom photo) convened a Violence Solutions Summit to help build non-traditional partnerships between law enforcement and community groups who are in the neighborhoods combatting gun violence. Attorney General Kwame Raoul (top image) was among those who spoke on the topic of assisting victims of violence in South Holland on March 9, 2022. 

ILACP put out the call for ballistic vests to support Ukrainians fighting against Russia’s invasion on behalf of retired Mokena police chief Steven Vaccaro and family. The Lake Zurich PD (pictured) was one of many area police agencies to answer the call made on March 7, 2022.

Many law enforcement officers took part in the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois in March. The Springfield Police Department, pictured above, took part in the tradition on March 5, 2022. 

Deputy Chief Chris Winkelmann of the Cary PD completed our Police Chief Certification Program and is now certified eligible. He was honored with a certificate presented by Laura King, chief of police for the McHenry County Conservation District and 2nd Vice President for ILACP, and Cary Mayor Mark Kownick, pictured on February 15, 2022. 


Algonquin PD (pictured) was among law enforcement agencies recognized during the 2022 Law Enforcement Torch Run Kickoff. The annual kickoff event featured inspiring messages from fellow law enforcement and Special Olympics athletes and recognition for the top fundraisers who made a difference in 2021, held in Bloomington on February 4, 2022. 



Executive Director Ed Wojcicki records the first episode of the new podcast, Policy Patrol with the Illinois Chiefs, on February 1, 2022. 


Officer Edwards, Officer Renfro, and Officer Montcalm, of the Springfield PD received the ILACP Lifesaving Award for their actions during their response to a stabbing. The officers effectively applied a tourniquet to the victims arm that had an arterial bleed, sealed a sucking chest wound, and maintained pressure to multiple wounds. The award was presented in a ceremony on January 17, 2022.