Illinois Tactical Officers Association

Illinois Tactical Officers Association Board


Executive Officers

President
Jeff Chudwin
Peotone PD

Vice President
Ed Mohn
Grays Lake PD
NIPAS-EST (Ret.)

Secretary
Scott May
Arlington Heights PD

Treasurer
Rob Briggs
Lake Co. Sheriff
HBT.

Executive Director
Randy Meyers
Oak Lawn


ITOA Address:

14007 S. Bell Rd. 226
Homer Glen, IL 60491

EMAIL: itoa@itoa.org
Contact us for more info.


Board of Directors

Louis Hayes
Hinsdale PD
FIAT-SWAT

Eric Perkins
Elk Grove PD

Leo Kotor
Riverside PD
NIPAS-EST

Dan Ramirez
Oak Brook PD
FIAT SWAT K-9

Chuck Soltys
DEA-SRT

Tony Johnson
Woodridge Police
FIAT SWAT

Victor Garcia
ISP
North SWAT

Kevin Ruel
Cook County Sheriff




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Register by 01 September 2015 and be entered in a raffle to win a Glock 43 9mm pistol!


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Illinois Tactical Officers Association
Our Purpose is to Promote and encourage educational activities and/or research related to the law enforcement field. Provide an opportunity for tactical officers to gather together to compare ideas and experiences. Through education and networking, high-risk operations requiring a tactical team would be made safer.

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Our History
In early spring of 1988, a group of about one hundred officers from all levels of law enforcement participated in a series of meetings with a single goal in mind to form an association of tactical officers in Illinois. When the smoke cleared, the Illinois Tactical Officers Association was born and incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation. This new association was established for educational purposes to promote and to encourage any educational activities and/or research related to the law enforcement field. It also would afford an opportunity for tactical officers to gather together to compare ideas and experiences. Through education and networking, it was hoped that high-risk operations requiring the use of a tactical team would be made safer.

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Board of Directors
The ITOA Board of Directors consists of four elected Officers, which includes the President, the Vice President, the Secretary, and the Treasurer, and nine elected Members of the Association, who shall be known as the Directors.

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ITOA By Laws
This Association has been established to advance the education and professionalism of law enforcement officers involved in Emergency Response functions through the exchange of ideas and information relating to tactics, techniques and to further the networking and interrelation of departments and personnel. Here you will find the rules and polices that govern the Illinois Tactical Officers Association.

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ITOA Awards
Any ITOA member may recommend another member or unit for consideration of an award/commendation. The recommendation must be in writing and cite police reports, witness information, statements, evidence and any other information that will assist in reviewing the recommendation. The individual recommended for the award must be, or have been an active member of the ITOA at the time of the incident that is the basis for the award recommendation. All recommendations must be submitted to the President of the ITOA.
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