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Prof. William Brogan

Instructor, Criminal Justice

McHenry County College

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McHenry County College

8900 U.S. Highway 14

Crystal Lake, Illinois 60012

United States

Company Description

CRYSTAL LAKE - McHenry County College's Center for Commerce & Economic Development (CCED) offers a variety of seminars and courses designed to help employees succeed in work and life, through the development of strong technical, interpersonal and manageme ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief of Police

City of McHenry

Education

bachelors

masters degrees and education

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Criminal Justice

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During the program, criminal justice professor and former McHenry police chief Bill Brogan spoke to the ... More


McHenry Police Chief ...

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McHenry Police Chief William Brogan takes a look at a picture taken of him as an officer with the Fox River Grove police department in 1978. Brogan is retiring as police chief to take a position at McHenry County College as criminal justice teacher. "It's been a joy," Brogan said, "a dream job. (Lauren M. Anderson - landerson@nwherald.com)

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McHENRY During the past week, Police Chief William Brogan has been packing up his office and taking down photos of himself as a young police officer.
Along with one of the photos is a card of St. Michael, the patron saint of police officers.
Hes received retirement cards, and people jokingly have referred to him as Professor Brogan.
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In his 28 years with the McHenry Police Department, Brogan has been a patrol officer, a youth officer, a detective, and a sergeant. He has supervised patrol shifts and later supervised the investigations section. In 2002, Brogan was appointed deputy chief of field operations by then-Chief Thomas OMeara.
I love to do everything; give me a chance to do anything, and Ill do it, Brogan said.
In December 2008, Brogan was appointed chief by Mayor Sue Low.
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Ive always known Bill as a person of great integrity. I knew he would bring that to the position.
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It was a hard case to solve, Brogan said. In court, it still is unresolved because of appeals. Its like the case that wont go away, he said.
Brogan was a detective at the time and assigned to the McHenry County Major Investigation Assistance Team. The department had help with the case from 15 to 20 detectives from around the county, Brogan said.
It was a difficult case to finally crack, Brogan said.
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Brogan is leaving the police department to teach criminal justice at McHenry County College, where classes begin Aug. 20.
He has taught at Columbia College of Missouri in Crystal Lake. Brogan said he has a laid-back teaching style.
I like to engage the students, get them involved in discussions; it will be interesting, most of my students will be out of high school, Brogan said. A lot of people have diverse views I find out. Youre either a law enforcement person or individual rights person; there are not too many people in the middle.
When Brogan came to the McHenry Police Department, he had only a high school diploma but he was working toward his associate's degree. He eventually earned bachelors and masters degrees, and education is important to him.
It ... [helped] me be a better person, more well-rounded, more knowledgeable, a better candidate for promotions within the department, Brogan said.
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Future job: Will retire Friday from the McHenry Police Department to take a teaching position at McHenry County College.
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Bill Brogan, Good cop!


McHenry Police Chief ...

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McHenry Police Chief William Brogan is retiring after 28 years with the McHenry Police Department. His last day is Aug. 13. According to a news release from the city, Brogan will take a teaching position at McHenry County College.

McHenry Police Chief William Brogan is retiring after 28 years with the McHenry Police Department. His last day is Aug. 13. According to a news release from the city, Brogan will take a teaching position at McHenry County College. (Northwest Herald file photo)
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McHENRY Police Chief William Brogan, 52, is retiring from the police department at the end of next week.
After spending 28 years with the department, Brogan will change careers and teach in the criminal justice education department at McHenry County College.
When Brogan started in law enforcement, he did not have a college degree. However, he went to classes part time and earned an associates in applied science degree from MCC, a bachelors in criminal justice from Columbia College of Missouri-Crystal Lake, and a masters in management from Webster University in St. Louis.
Brogan also has taught part time at Columbia College of Missouri-Crystal Lake and said he always wanted to teach future officers full time.
I have a passion for formal education for police officers, Brogan said. I love to give something back ... and help train [police officers] and prepare for their futures.
In his 28 years with the McHenry Police Department, Brogan has served as a patrol officer, a youth officer, a detective, and a sergeant. He has supervised patrol shifts and later supervised the investigations section. In 2002, Brogan was appointed deputy chief of field operations by then-Chief Thomas OMeara.
In December 2008, Brogan was appointed chief by Mayor Sue Low.
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Brogan said he has had a very good relationship with the city for the past 28 years and moving on was a tough decision.
I cant say enough about the city, Brogan said.
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Interim City Administrator Chris Black said Brogan was responsive and an excellent leader.
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Maybe you are Mr or Mrs Brogan too.


McHENRY Police Chief ...

www.nwherald.com [cached]

McHENRY Police Chief William Brogan, 52, is retiring from the police department at the end of next week.

After spending 28 years with the department, Brogan will change careers and teach in the criminal justice education department at McHenry County College.
When Brogan started in law enforcement, he did not have a college degree. However, he went to classes part-time and earned an associate's in applied science degree from MCC, a bachelor's in criminal justice from Columbia College of Missouri-Crystal Lake, and a master's in management from Webster University in St. Louis.
Brogan also has taught part-time at Columbia College of Missouri-Crystal Lake and said he always wanted to teach future officers full-time.
"I have a passion for formal education for police officers," Brogan said. "I love to give something back ... and help train [police officers] and prepare for their futures."
In his 28 years with the McHenry Police Department, Brogan has served as a patrol officer, a youth officer, a detective, and a sergeant. He has supervised patrol shifts and later supervised the investigations section. In 2002, Brogan was appointed deputy chief of field operations by then chief Thomas O'Meara.
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In December 2008, Brogan was appointed chief by Mayor Sue Low.
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Brogan said he has had a very good relationship with the city for the last 28 years, and moving on was a tough decision.
"I can't say enough about the city ...," Brogan said.
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Interim City Administrator Chris Black said Brogan is responsive and an excellent leader.


McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce

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Come on out to the ball fields at McHenry Township Park (behind the McHenry Moose Lodge) and take in a fun evening as McHenry Police Chief Bill Brogan and McHenry Township Fire Chief Tony Huemann and their band of fellow peace officers and firefighters take on the managers of the McHenry Christian Fellowship Softball League in the 2nd Annual Good Guys vs.

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