Officer Brian Greenenwald was recognized by the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) for making his 500th DUI arrest in November 2016.
Officer Brian Greenenwald was recognized by the Alliance
Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) for making his 500th DUI arrest in
November 2016. Chief Weitzel presented
Officer Greenenwald with the AAIM Certificate of Appreciation for this
milestone in DUI, and alcohol and drug impairment enforcement.
No other Riverside officer has attained that number of
DUI arrests in the history of the police department.
In addition to recognition from the Alliance Against
Intoxicated Motorists, Greenenwald will be recognized by the Illinois
Department of Transportation. IDOT will honor Officer Greenenwald with a
pin for his uniform and a patch for his dedicated removal of impaired drivers
from Illinois roadways.
Officer Greenenwald has served the Village of Riverside
for 10 years and has earned Riverside Police Department's Officer of the
Year award, the Cook County Sheriff's Award of Merit, the Mothers Against Drunk
Driving Hero Award, and several departmental citations and commendations from
Chief Weitzel and the Command staff.
Officer Greenenwald is assigned to the midnight shift (which
he volunteered for) and has been on midnights for the past 6 years.
“Overall performance by
Officer Greenenwald, day in and day out, is truly representative of his
dedication to the Riverside community and the professionalism with which he
serves. The 500th DUI milestone and recognition of his
DUI enforcement practices underscores the commitment he’s demonstrated to
making our roadways safer for all of our residents and visitors”,
Chief Weitzel said.