Randolph County State’s Attorney Jeremy Walker was presented the Prosecutor Award at the 28th annual Southwestern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission (SILEC) and the Southern Illinois Police Chief’s Association (SIPCA) Awards Banquet last week.
SILEC/SIPCA note that their awards program is designed to “provide recognition to the men and women who work in the profession of law enforcement and who have made significant contributions toward enhancing the profession of law enforcement. We are also recognizing individual citizens who have displayed acts of good citizenship by assisting law enforcement agencies in our seven counties of Bond, Clinton, Madison, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair and Washington.”
This year’s awards banquet was held at the Sheraton Four Points in Fairview Heights on Jan. 23.
For more on Walker’s award, please see this week’s print edition.
PRESENTED AWARD–Randolph County State’s Attorney Jeremy Walker was recently presented with the Prosecutor Award by the Southwestern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission and Southern Illinois Police Chiefs’ Association. He was nominated for the award by the Randolph County Police Association (RCPA). Pictured at the award ceremony are: RCPA Treasurer Bradley Gielow, RCPA President Tim Buehler, Walker, RCPA Secretary Todd Ehlers, and RCPA Vice President Chris Hewitt.