BG Police Officer Receives LCJOA Award

Buffalo Grove School Resource Officer Receives Award for Commitment to Youth
Posted on 01/16/2019
BG Police Officer Receives LCJOA Award from Lake County Juvenile Officer Association President, Vincent Ramirez

On Friday, January 11, 2019, School Resource Officer (SRO) Ashley Krozel received the ‘Law Enforcement Award’ from the Lake County Juvenile Officer’s Association (LCJOA) for her work and dedication to youths that are living and attending schools in and around Buffalo Grove.

Officer Krozel has been a School Resource Officer for seven years, serving as a mentor and resource for students, parents, and school staff. She has served as an educator who teaches courses on internet safety, bullying, and drug and alcohol resistance. Officer Krozel has been an SRO for both District 96 and District 102.

Recently elected the 2019 Vice President of the Lake County Juvenile Officer’s Association, Officer Krozel consistently volunteers her time and her efforts at LCJOA functions and fundraisers.

Officer Krozel is an asset to the Buffalo Grove Police Department, as well as to the Buffalo Grove community, and the entire department commends her efforts towards advancing and improving the juvenile justice system. ​