Hickory Hills Police recently participated in the annual Bike Rodeo coordinated with the Hickory Hills Park District and the Annual Street Fair which took place Sunday June 28, 2015.
Hickory Hills Police recently completed rapid response training at Glen Oaks School. This training is designed to prepare police and school personnel on how to effectively respond to an active school shooting situation. The Hickory Hills Police participate in these types of training scenarios on an annual basis by alternating the school location to other …
Hickory Hills Mayor Michael Howley and Police Chief Alan Vodicka were recently presented with a plaque of appreciation from Moraine Valley Community College. This plaque recognizes the Police Department for mentoring future young law enforcement professionals who have benefited from the guidance of the criminal justice internship program. The police department has served as an …
Chief Vodicka recently presented Ingrid McNeff with a twenty five years of service pin recognizing her service to the community. Ingrid serves in the capacity of Animal Warden / Ordinance Enforcement and Vehicle Fleet Maintenance. Ingrid began her career at the Hickory Hills Police Department on January 28th 1990.
Officer David Eenigenburg is congratulated by Sheriff Tom Dart at his recent graduation from the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Academy. Officer Eenigenburg is now completing his field training period.
Newly appointed Probationary Police Officer Scott Chicoine poses for a picture with Chief Alan Vodicka and his parents, Kim and Scott Sr., after he was recently sworn in at a City Council Meeting. Probationary Officer Scott Chicoine is introduced by Police Chief Alan Vodicka to the members of the City Council at a recent City …
Police Commissioner Henry Kman administers the oath of office for the position of probationary police officer David Eenigenburg during a recent City Council Meeting.
Chief of Police Alan Vodicka introduces the new police recruit, David Eenigenburg, to the City Council at a recent City Council Meeting.
Officer Dan McCauley and Lieutenant Charles Hobart represented the Hickory Hills Police Department at the Annual Police Officer Memorial Motorcycle Motorcade in Washington D.C.
Chief Vodicka recently presented Rocco Marciano with a twenty years of service pin. For over twenty years Rocco Marciano has been employed as an Emergency 9-1-1 Dispatcher with the City and he was recently recognized for his efforts in saving the life of a two year old girl.