Barry Greenberg, Naperville Township Clerk and local attorney, has been awarded the 2017 Award of Excellence in Township Government by the Illinois State Crime Commission. Mr. Greenberg will be given the award at the Commission’s annual “Salute to Those Who Make a Difference” event on June 21, 2017.
“Your impressive work in township government, your ability to develop and maintain township education and understanding, work with other units of government, and your wonderful service to the people of Naperville Township is indeed well respected and appreciated,” noted Michael H. Prueter, Director of Government Affairs for the Illinois State Crime Division. “In the legal community, you are one of the best attorneys in the City of Naperville and we appreciate your continued support of the law enforcement community. Moreover, your impressive decorations from your service with Military Intelligence attached to the 101st Airborne Division, speaks volumes to your patriotism.”
The Illinois State Crime Commission remains the largest organization committed to combating public corruption and strengthening the Illinois criminal justice system in this State. The membership and Board of Directors comprise many of the State’s most influential leaders in government, law enforcement, education, labor, business, and public policy. The record of accomplishments of the ISCC/PAL is unmatched in crime prevention, anti-terrorism, education, youth outreach, and in legislative initiatives. Their legislative efforts have been successful in the areas of drunk driving, investigations and exposes, violent crimes, drugs and narcotics, gang awareness, and protecting the lives of the children and citizens of Illinois.
For more information about Barry Greenberg, you can find him online at his website: www.barrygreenberglaw.com; on Facebook: The Greenberg Law Firm, Barry Greenberg for Re-Election as Naperville Township Clerk; and on LinkedIn: Barry Greenberg.