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Deputy Chief Scott Eisenmenger was presented with the Public Safety Executive Leadership Award at the Northwestern University for Public Safety Police Staff and Command graduation ceremony, held on December 8, 2017.
The award recognizes individuals who have completed the entire sequence of executive management programs, which include Supervision of Police Personnel, School of Police Staff and Command, and the Executive Management Program. Deputy Chief Eisenmenger was nominated for the award by Police Chief Steven Casstevens, for ongoing dedication in providing the highest level of professional service to the Buffalo Grove community.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to have attended the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety leadership courses. This education has provided me with learning opportunities that have created relationships that will help me to better serve the men and women of our agency, and the community.”
Deputy Chief Eisenmenger began his career with the Village of Buffalo Grove in 1995, and has risen through the ranks due to his knowledge of police work, his exemplary efforts towards community policing, and implementation of the Crisis Intervention Team. He continues to search for new ways to work with the community, encouraging officers to get involved through volunteerism, creating opportunities for positive interactions.
The Northwestern University Center for Public Safety was established in 1936 to expand the scope of university-level education in traffic safety. Since that time, the Center has broadened its offerings to include police operations and management. Law enforcement agencies around the world utilize the Center for university-level research programs, technical assistance and conferences on crucial and timely law enforcement issues. Northwestern University Center for Public Safety has educated close to a quarter of a million law enforcement professionals in related fields from all 50 states, and in 38 foreign countries.