Chief Greenway reveals some little secrets and they go viral


We catch up with Chief Greenway and instead of asking the same tired questions we seek the good stuff that everyone wants to know.  We’re sure this will come in handy sometime in the future for anyone that needs a conversation starter with our new Chief of Police.

Home Town? Rolling Meadows Illinois

Favorite place? Disney Land

Favorite color? Blue

Favorite band? Guns and Roses

Favorite television series? Family Guy

Favorite movie? Saving Private Ryan

Favorite sport? Hockey

Favorite team? Chicago Bears

Favorite food? Banana Pudding

If you weren’t a police chief what other occupation would you have? Dentist or radio disc jockey

What human trait do you most admire in yourself? I’m approachable

If you could give anyone one piece of advice what would it be? Be kind

Do you watch game of thrones?  Yes

Who do you most identify with? John Snow

Favorite beverage? Lemonade

What car would you most like to have? Ford F250 Diesel

Which living person do you most despise? Any member of Isis

What is your most overused phrase? I’m sorry

What is the greatest love of your life? Ice hockey

Where and when are you happiest? With his daugthers

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Watching his daughters become adults

Name one thing people don’t know about you? Last one to see Tupac alive after he was shot

Favorite book? The Art of Racing in the Rain

Last place you’d ever want to go? Mexico

If you had a super power what would it be? Flying

Best way to spend a weekend? Ice hockey or spending time with daughters

Favorite flavor of ice cream? Butter Pecan

Favorite line from a movie? “Do you want to hear the most annoying sound in the world?

Hot dog or hamburger? Hamburger

Favorite off duty clothes? Jeans and T

Secret talent? Bow and Arrow Expert

If you had one wish that couldn’t be for more wishes what would it be? My daughters grow up happy.

How do you and Matt Brown have in common? My daughter has AVM – and so does Matt. Only 1 in every 100,000 people are diagnosed.