Top officers receiving awards for 2015 are:
Trooper Eric David — ISP District Chicago / 310 Arrests
Officer Timothy Walter — Chicago PD District 19 / 232 Arrests
Officer Elliiot Tupayachi — Chicago PD District 19 / 226 Arrests
Trooper Lucas Sniady — ISP District Chicago / 157 Arrests
Officer Phillip Travis — Chicago PD District 16 / 157 Arrests
Officer Timothy Jenkins — Springfield PD / 150 Arrests
Officer Carlos Ortiz — Chicago PD District 19 / 136 Arrests
Officer Randell Ivy — Chicago PD District 17/ 134 Arrests
Officer Matthew Tegtmeier — Chicago PD District 10 / 124 Arrests
Officer Robert Jones, Jr. — Springfield PD / 119 Arrests
Officer Marielle Balcar — Chicago PD District / 113 Arrests
Officer Anthony Ikis — River Grove PD / 111 Arrests
Officer Tesfai Tewelde — Chicago PD District 25 / 108 Arrests
Officer Jeffrey Kriv — Chicago PD District 12 / 106 Arrests
Officer Daniel Stafiej — Carol Stream PD / 101 Arrests
Trooper Cory Fox — ISP District 14 / 101 Arrests
Top departments receiving awards for 2015 are:
Carol Stream and Rockford Police Departments for making the most DUI arrests in Illinois (464)
Carol Stream Police Department for making the most arrests per officer in Illinois (7.61).
AAIM received the National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD) Citizen Activist award for our survey and recognition of outstanding departments and officers.
Top Cops Honored by AAIM
THE IMPACT ON LIVES
2015 TOP DEPARTMENTS and TOP COPS AAIM recognizes Illinois “Top Cops” at our annual Benefit. These police officers have demonstrated a proven commitment to traffic safety in the fight against impaired driving.
AAIM has been conducting a DUI survey from municipal and county police departments across the state since 1990. By publicly recognizing the achievement of the top departments and individual officers, we reward those currently doing a good job and inspire others to increase their efforts as well.
The survey provides a valuable service by encouraging citizens to compare the DUI enforcement record of their local police department with that of other communities. As a result, public pressure can be applied, where needed, to make DUI enforcement a priority.