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Illinois State Crime Commission presents State’s Attorney Glasgow with distinguished Career Achievement Award during annual dinner
Senator Durbin meets with State's Attorney Glasgow and area law enforcement and gang specialists to discuss the Senator's proposed legislation to reduce gangs activity.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow answers student's questions on criminal behavior during a Sociology Class at Lockport High School.
L-R James W. Glasgow, State Senator Debbie Halvorsen and Sheriff Paul J. Kaupas inside a jail cell at the grand re-opening of the Crete IL. Will County Sheriff's Sub station.
State's Attorney James Glasgow takes part in a community forum on Internet Safety. Sheriff Paul Kaupas, Channahon Mayor Joe Cook, Channahon Police Chief Admonis, Computer Forensics Investigator and Child Exploitation Experts and others provided timely and important information to area parents.
State's Attorney James Glasgow recognizes Attorney General Lisa Madigan's efforts to eradicate child abuse in the State of Illinois at the at the 10th anniversary of the Children's Advocacy Center held at the Rialto Theater in Joliet in 2005.
Keynote speaker Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan with State's Attorney James Glasgow at the 10th anniversary of the Children's Advocacy Center held at the Rialto Theater in Joliet in 2005. The Center, which serves Will and Grundy Counties, was created by James Glasgow and provides a neutral, non-suggestive environment ensuring the integrity of a child's statement necessary to convict dangerous child sexual predators and abusers.
Will County States Attorney James Glasgow, who founded the Will County Childrens Advocacy Center in 1995, presents plaques of appreciation to State Rep. Mike Fortner and State Sen. Linda Holmes during the centers 2007 annual dinner and fundraiser. The two state elected officials this year passed legislation that enables counties to assess fines on convicted defendants to fund childrens advocacy centers.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow joined law enforcement officials and state lawmakers at the Plainfield Library Feb. 11 to announce bipartisan legislation that will prevent predators from gaining access to social networking sites used by children on the Internet. The legislation was proposed by House Republican Leader Tom Cross and will be advanced in the Senate by Democratic State Senator A.J. Wilhelmi.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and the Will County Children's Advocacy Center's team (from left) Denise Payton, Mary Jane Pluth, Glasgow, Barbara Ficarello and Sue Bloch.
Participants in the Champions for Children Walk march along Jefferson Street.
Elected officials cut the ribbon that kicks off the Champions for Children Walk. Pictured are: (from left) Joliet Police Chief Fred Hayes; Will County Treasurer Pat McGuire; Will County Executive Larry Walsh; State Senator Linda Holmes; Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow; and Sue Bloch, executive director of the Will County Children's Advocacy Center.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow welcomes the crowd before the Champions for Children Walk outside the Will County Courthouse Sunday morning.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow welcomes more than 600 participants June 1 at the Second Annual Steelmen 5K Run at Chicagoland Speedway to benefit the Will County Children's Advocacy Center. Glasgow established the Advocacy Center in 1995 to assist in the investigation and prosecution of child sexual predators.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow addresses members and guests of the Illinois State Crime Commission. The Crime Commission named Glasgow State's Attorney of the Year, the second time in his career that he received this prestigious honor. The Crime Commission acknowledged Glasgow's long and distinguished career, during which he has implemented groundbreaking initiatives to investigate, prosecute and prevent crime.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow talks with WJOL morning man Scott Slocum about scam artists who prey on senior citizens during a recent on-air appearance on the Deerbrook Connections program. State's Attorney Glasgow recently formed a Financial Crimes Prosecution Unit that will help him investigate and prosecute financial crimes against senior citizens.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow talks with Manhattan School Board member Tim Doyle while State Sen. A.J. Wilhelmi (center, standing) greets attendees at the recent Senior Citizens Expo in Manhattan.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow discusses the latest scams that target senior citizens at the Will County State's Attorney's Office booth at the recent Senior Citizens Expo in Manhattan.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow announces murder charges against seven alleged gang members in connection with the fatal shooting of an innocent bystander who was walking with his children to an East Side store. The defendants are accused of starting a gang fight that resulted in the shooting death of the 40-year-old man.
Circuit Judge Carla Alessio Policandriotes embraces Valerie Stewart, the 200th graduate of the Will County Drug Court Program.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Sue Bloch, executive director of the Will County Children's Advocacy Center, accept a $10,000 check from Joliet West High School students and faculty members who participated in the annual Steelman 5K Race. Faculty committee members presented the check to the Children's Advocacy Center along with participating students.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow reads to preschoolers. The state's attorney joined State Sen. A.J. Wilhelmi, Channahon Police Chief Joe Pena and Joliet Police Chief Fred Hayes to call on the General Assembly and Governor Blagojevich to expand funding for pre-kindergarten programs, pointing to evidence that attendance in preschool reduces violent crime and saves taxpayers money in the future.
Will County Assistant State's Attorney Michael Knick and Secretary Supervisor Kathy Kearney of the Drug Prosecution Unit were honored by the Illinois MEG Directors' and Task Force Commanders' Association for their outstanding work in processing 858 narcotics cases during 2007-08 with a 95-percent conviction rate in cooperation with the Metropolitan Area Narcotics Squad.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow addresses local veterans and elected officials who gathered Tuesday to dedicate the new shuttle bus for the Veterans Assistance Commission of Will County. The state's attorney used money forfeited to the state by criminals to buy the bus, which will be used to transport veterans from Joliet to Hines VA Hospital for medical services.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Legal Secretary Valerie Walsh display gift bags filled with new clothing donated by Will County State's Attorney's Office employees to benefit the Lamb's Fold Center for Women and Children.
Will County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots administers the oath of office to Will County State's Attorney James W. Glasgow during a swearing in ceremony. State's Attorney Glasgow was elected to his fourth term in office. He was sworn in along with County Executive Larry Walsh, Circuit Clerk Pam McGuire, Coroner Patrick O'Neil, Auditor Duffy Blackburn, Recorder of Deeds Karen Stukel and newly elected and re-elected Will County Board Members.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow (right) discusses the finer points of Chicken Cacciatore with Will County State's Attorney's Office Detective Dave Margliano, who was one of more than 40 chefs at the First Annual Men Who Cook fund raiser and competition in March. Guests at the popular event voted for their favorite dishes of the evening. All proceeds benefited the Will County Children's Advocacy Center.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow talks with parents, teachers and students during a recent G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training) graduation on Thursday (April 23, 2009) at Ludwig School in Lockport. The state's attorney joined Lockport Police in congratulating graduates, and he urged students to steer clear of gang involvement and other negative influences.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow announces on May 7 that a Special Grand Jury has handed up a two-count murder indictment alleging that Drew Walter Peterson killed his third wife, Kathleen Savio, on or about Feb. 29, 2004.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow announces during a news conference that the Will/Grundy Major Crimes Task Force will be launched on June 1. The Task Force is designed to direct critical police resources toward the investigation of a major crime, such as a mass shooting or a complex murder investigation, immediately after one occurs.
State's Attorney Glasgow talks with Joliet Exchange Club member Dr. Cecile Ingmire after the Sept. 15, 2009 Exchange Club luncheon. Exchange Club President Laurie McPhillips presented the not-for-profit Will County Children's Advocacy Center with a $2,500 donation during the luncheon. State's Attorney Glasgow established the center in 1995 to improve the way allegations of child sexual abuse are investigated.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow talks with Rachel Durchslag, executive director of the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation, about ways to stop the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Durchslag was one of two presenters at an annual training seminar for law enforcement professionals and social service providers.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow talks with teen-agers in Joliet West High School's Young Athletes Program about the serious penalties young people face when they choose to commit crimes. State's Attorney Glasgow encouraged student athletes to work hard during training and in their studies. And he urged them to think about the consequences of their actions.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow discusses how ultra-violent entertainment encourages violence against women during a presentation this weekend before the Joliet Chapter of the National Hook-Up of Black Women.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow discusses how ultra-violent entertainment encourages violence against women during a presentation this weekend before the Joliet Chapter of the National Hook-Up of Black Women.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow discusses how ultra-violent entertainment encourages violence against women during a presentation this weekend before the Joliet Chapter of the National Hook-Up of Black Women.
People crowd around Brian Urlacher as he signs autographs during the Illinois State Crime Commission's Clothes for Kids Campaign winter coat giveaway at MorningStar Mission on Saturday.
People crowd around Brian Urlacher as he signs autographs during the Illinois State Crime Commission's Clothes for Kids Campaign winter coat giveaway at MorningStar Mission on Saturday.
Brian Urlacher, State's Attorney Glasgow and Jerry Elsner, Executive Director of the Illinois State Crime Commission, pose for photos with the many volunteers who helped in Saturday's winter coat giveaway at MorningStar Mission.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow (from left), Brian Urlacher and Jerry Elsner, Executive Director of the Illinois State Crime Commission, pose for photographs during the winter coat giveaway at MorningStar Mission in Joliet on Saturday. Urlacher helped State's Attorney Glasgow give away hundreds of new winter coats to local children as part of the Illinois State Crime Commission's Clothes For Kids Campaign.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow joined Joliet Police Chief Fred Hayes in congratulating the department's officers of the year: Detectives Shawn Filipiak, Darrell Gavin, Stephen Diehl, Patrick Schumacher, Tomas Ponce and Sgt. Marc Reid. The detectives, all members of the Midnight Shift Investigations Division, were honored during a luncheon hosted by the Exchange Club of Joliet.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow welcomes local detectives to a two-day seminar focusing on Internet Crime Investigations. The seminar, hosted by State's Attorney Glasgow's office, was presented by Detective Rich Wistocki (left) of the Naperville Police Department. The state's attorney noted that detectives must be on the cutting edge of technology to combat Internet predators who target our children.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow (left) and Will County Sheriff Paul Kaupas announce the filing of a charge of Solicitation Of Murder For Hire against Keith A. Smith, a correctional officer at the Will County Adult Detention Facility Thursday afternoon.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow (center) with Will County Drug Court Coordinator Julie McCabe-Sterr (left) and Drug Court Case Manager Jason Florin (right). McCabe-Sterr and Florin were recently honored during a national conference hosted by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) for their original essays.
Assistant State's Attorney Tina Filipiak, who heads the Juvenile Division at the Will County State's Attorney's Office, and Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow at the Illinois State Crime Commission's Fourteenth Annual Awards Dinner. Filipiak was named State's Attorney of the Year by the Crime Commission.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow announces the filing of first-degree murder charges against Scott Wayne Eby in connection with the 2004 murder of 3-year-old Riley Fox in Wilmington.
State's Attorney James Glasgow announces his decision to appeal a ruling regarding which statements will be allowed into evidence under the hearsay exception in the Drew Peterson trial.
Former Will County Drug Court participant Miller Taylor (center) with Will County Board Member Ann Dralle (from left), Circuit Judge Carla Alessio Policandriotes, Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Will County Drug Court Coordinator Julie McCabe-Sterr. The Drug Court program's new recovery home has been named in honor of Taylor.
State's Attorney James Glasgow recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Shorewood about the importance of victim empowerment in domestic violence cases.
State's Attorney James Glasgow introduces keynote speaker Brenda D. Taylor at the annual Take Back the Night vigil and march. Taylor spoke about her experiences as a survivor of domestic violence.
State's Attorney James Glasgow speaks with keynote speaker Brenda D. Taylor at the annual Take Back the Night vigil and march. Taylor spoke about her experiences as a survivor of domestic violence.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow (center) applauded Assistant State's Attorneys Dant Foulk (left) and Mike Knick (right) for the honors they received from local law enforcement for their work in the fight against illegal narcotics and drug dealers.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced the filing of an eight-count complaint alleging state environmental violations by Enbridge Energy following a September pipeline failure in Romeoville.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow visits with Celena Marie Cruz, (center), a sophomore at Joliet West High School. Cruz was mentored by Assistant State's Attorney Jessica Colon-Sayre (left) as part of a job shadowing program organized by Joliet Township High School.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow was invited to be the guest lecturer for students at Northwestern School of Law's Center on Wrongful Convictions. Glasgow spoke with students about the many complicated cases he has handled during his career as a prosecutor.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow speaks with Junior and Senior students at Joliet Catholic Academy about the dangers of drinking and driving. The State's Attorney's presentation to the students comes as they prepare to celebrate their Prom.
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Rebecca Mercado, a Joliet woman who was beaten repeatedly by her husband for two days in 2009, joined Senator Linda Holmes in supporting bipartisan legislation to raise the penalties for domestic abusers and other criminals who inflict torture on others.
Illinois State Crime Commission presents State’s Attorney Glasgow with distinguished Career Achievement Award during annual dinner

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Illinois State Crime Commission presents State’s Attorney Glasgow with distinguished Career Achievement Award during annual dinner

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Cache, a 2-year-old black Labrador working in Will County, is the only high-tech police dog in the Chicago area. (WLS)