I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to
the Hickory Hills Police Department Web Site, a community service
developed for your use. I encourage you to view the contents of our
page and become more familiar with the services our department has to
offer. Additionally, we have provided a feedback section for you to
have a direct link with the police department. With your input, we hope
to develop more ways to meet the needs of our residents.
We have developed a solid foundation within the
community that involves an interaction with our residents to provide the
finest in law enforcement services. Building a partnership with
the citizens of Hickory Hills is a priority with our administration.
We are very proud of every one of our employees and the hard work that
they do every day. If I, or any other member of our department can be of
service to you, please do not hesitate to contact us. For further
information on the operation of our agency, you can view a copy of the
most current annual report.
Chief Alan Vodicka
Message from the Chief -
2013 Annual Report
Police Pension Meeting Minutes
The police pension board meeting minutes are now available on the Hickory
Hills PD website. Check the navigation bar on the left, or click
In anticipation of the upcoming
school year, the Hickory Hills Police Department would like to remind
citizens that cell phone usage is prohibited in school zones. This law
is in place to help ensure the safety of the children and the school
employees within these zones.
According to the Illinois Vehicle code in 625 ILCS 5/12-610.1
1. No cell phone use is permitted in a school speed zone.
2. A person under the age of 19 who holds an instruction permit or
3. a person who holds a graduated drivers license may not use a cell
phone while driving at any time other than during an emergency to call
It is permissible, for persons other than a person under the age of 19
who holds an instruction permit or a person who holds a graduated
drivers license, to use a cell phone in voice activated / speaker mode.
Officers of the Hickory Hills Police Department will be working details
in school zones to assure compliance.
Also, as a reminder, the speed limit for school zones is 20 mph and 20
mph in residential streets.
The members of the Hickory Hills Police Department are
dedicated to identifying the safety needs of the community, developing
strategies to meet those needs, creating partnerships with community
groups and organizations, and establishing procedures to improve the
well-being of the residents and visitors of our community. Everyone who
has contact with members of the department will be treated with equal
respect and dignity. Preservation of the peace through pro-active and
selective enforcement procedures, education of the public we serve, and
adherence to Federal, State, and local laws and ordinance serve as the
foundation of our organization.
We are open and staffed 24/7, 365 days a year, and always available for
- Postal address
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