The Hickory Hills Times – March 16, 2022

The Hickory Hills Times – March 16, 2022

Police Beat -Lots of requests for premise checks with the best being two people riding horses around town (gas prices are high). -Lots of calls of suspicious activity to include young love in a car at the park, lost Door Dash delivery but also some possible ruse burglars in a black pickup truck. -We assisted …

The Hickory Hills Times – March 3, 2022

The Hickory Hills Times – March 3, 2022

Manion’s Message Hi Parents of Hickory Hills! Lately the Hickory Hills Police Department has seen a growing number of incidents involving the internet and social media. Social media can be a creative outlet for teens and be used to stay connected with friends and family. It is a fast and efficient way for news and …

The Hickory Hills Times – February 18, 2022

The Hickory Hills Times – February 18, 2022

Police Beat -Our Ordinance Officer was busy as usual with keeping our City beautiful and assisting our building department. -A number of loose dog calls and burglar alarms were received. -We smoothed out a few customer/management disputes regarding unhappiness with the product or service, to include an argument over the sale price of pop ending …

Deputy Chief of Police Appointed

Deputy Chief of Police Appointed

On July 8, Mark Beniatis was appointed as the Deputy Chief of the Hickory Hills Police Department. DC Benaitis began his career in 1997 and is dedicated to keeping the City the best place to live, raise a family and run a business. We are all proud of his accomplishment!

COVID-19 Response Procedures

COVID-19 Response Procedures

The Hickory Hills Police Department is deeply concerned about the health of our residents, visitors to our great City and of course our employees. In light of the COVID-19 situation, we are following the health experts’ guidelines on social distancing and avoiding unnecessary contact. We are still here 24 hours a day, 7 days a …