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February 2007 Photos

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2/22/07 Internet Safety Night at New Trier High School
Attorney General Lisa Madigan Thursday speaks to parents at New Trier High School’s Northfield Campus prior to the start of an Internet Safety Presentation delivered by Michael Sullivan, Deputy Bureau Chief of her High Tech Crimes Bureau. Sullivan answers a question from a parent to keep their children’s online activity safe. The event was sponsored by the New Trier Parent Association’s (NTPA) Class of 2009.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Thursday speaks to parents at New Trier High School’s Northfield Campus prior to the start of an internet safety presentation delivered by Michael Sullivan, deputy bureau chief of her High Tech Crimes Bureau. Later, Sullivan answers a question from a parent to keep their children’s online activity safe. The event was sponsored by the New Trier Parent Association’s (NTPA) Class of 2009. Sullivan is a 27-year veteran of law enforcement and a leading expert on Internet crime, spearheads the Illinois Internet Crimes Against Children (I-CAC) program and conducts trainings for law enforcement, educators, parents and children throughout Illinois. For more information, click here.


2/20/07 Exchange Club of Joliet’s 2006 Police Officer of the Year Awards

Attorney General Madigan stands with, from left, Joliet police officers Thomas Cleaves, Amy Chochola, Greg Humphrey, Frank Wascher, Jr., Charles Mascolino and Christopher Botzum during the Exchange Club of Joliet’s 2006 Police Officer of the Year Awards. Attorney General Lisa Madigan Tuesday stands with, from left, Joliet police officers

Thomas Cleaves, Amy Chochola, Greg Humphrey, Frank Wascher, Jr., Charles Mascolino and Christopher Botzum during the Exchange Club of Joliet’s 2006 Police Officer of the Year Awards. Madigan was the keynote speaker at the event during which the six officers were recognized as Police Officers of the Year for their collective efforts to thwart an armed robbery in October of 2005.


2/16/07 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Illinois

Attorney General Madigan stands with, from left, Jack Pecoraro, Executive Director of the Illinois Association Chiefs of Police (IACP), Doug Snyder, President & CEO of Special Olympics Illinois, Georgia Hunter, Special Olympics Athlete & Global Messenger, and Joe Pena, Immediate Past President of the IACP and the Director of the Law Enforcement Torch Run during the kick-off of the 2007 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics fundraising campaign in Bloomington.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan Friday stands with, from left, Jack Pecoraro, Executive Director of the Illinois Association Chiefs of Police (IACP), Doug Snyder, President &

CEO of Special Olympics Illinois, Georgia Hunter, Special Olympics Athlete & Global Messenger, and Joe Pena, Immediate Past President of the IACP and the Director of the Torch Run during the kick-off of the 2007 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics fundraising campaign in Bloomington. The one-day training focuses on fundraising for Special Olympics Illinois. Officers who have had successful Torch Run fundraisers in the past will present best practices for those who have never participated before.


2/16/07 Exchange Club of Quincy’s Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation
Luncheon

ttorney General Madigan is joined by, from left, Adams County Sheriff Brent Fischer, Ann Boland, Susie Feld and Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley during the Exchange Club of Quincy’s Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon in Quincy.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan Friday is joined by, from left, Adams County Sheriff

Brent Fischer, Ann Boland, Susie Feld and Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley during the Exchange Club of Quincy’s Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon in Quincy. Madigan was the keynote speaker at the event during which Boland received the Citizen Crime Prevention Award and Feld received the 2007 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award on behalf of her husband, Quincy Police officer Gil Feld.


2/15/07 Peoria County Bar Association’s 99th Annual Lincoln Memorial
Banquet
Attorney General Lisa Madigan Thursday stands with Beth Jensen, left, banquet chairperson, and Dennis Triggs, president of the Peoria County Bar Association’s Board of Directors, during the group’s 99th Annual Lincoln Memorial Banquet in Peoria.
 
Madigan delivered the Address of the Evening and spoke about Lincoln’s legacy and her personal experiences as an attorney.
 
 
 

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Thursday stands with Beth Jensen, left, banquet chairperson, and Dennis Triggs, president of the Peoria County Bar Association’s Board of Directors, during the group’s 99th Annual Lincoln Memorial Banquet in Peoria. Madigan delivered the Address of the Evening and spoke about Lincoln’s legacy and her personal experiences as an attorney.

 

 


2/7/07 Visit from Business Leaders

Attorney General Madigan talks to Naperville Mayor George Pradel, center, members of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce and other business leaders during a visit to Madigan’s Springfield office.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Wednesday talks to Naperville Mayor George Pradel, center, members of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce and other business leaders during a visit to Madigan’s Springfield office. Mayor Pradel and the group spent the day in the capitol meeting with Constitutional Officers and members of the General Assembly.


2/7/07 Illinois Violence Prevention Authority Summit

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Wednesday talks to representatives from law enforcement, government, education and advocacy groups during the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority Summit in Springfield.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Wednesday talks to representatives from law enforcement, government, education and advocacy groups during the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority Summit in Springfield. Through speakers and panel discussions, the goal of the one-day summit is to review Illinois’ previous violence prevention efforts and prioritize future violence prevention plans.


2/5/07 Loyola University’s Inside Government

Attorney General Madigan talks to undergraduate and law students during a meeting of Loyola University’s Inside Government, a school club aimed at educating students on the workings of government.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan Monday talks to undergraduate and law students during a meeting of Loyola University’s Inside Government, a school club aimed at educating students on the workings of government. Madigan spoke about the functions of the Attorney Generals office and answered questions from the students.


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