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Lieutenant Rattigan Retires

Lieutenant Michael Rattigan poses with Chief of Police Alan Vodicka on his last day at work on May 2nd. Mike has served the City for over twenty eight years. During his tenure, Mike served as a Sergeant in the

Hickory Hills Police Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hickory Hills Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its 11th opportunity in six years to prevent pill abuse and theft by rid

Sergeant Erv Wee Sit Staff and Command Class

Sergeant Erv Wee Sit poses with Chief Vodicka after he received his certificate of successful completion of Northwestern University Traffic Safety Institute School of Police Staff and Command Class # 385 on Jan

New Police Officer

Police Commissioner Robert Runowski administers the Oath of Officer to newly hired Police Officer Peter Trzeciak at the December 10th City Council Meeting.

Runowski Retirement

Chief Alan Vodicka presents Police Commissioner Robert Runowski with a plaque recognizing his eighteen years of service to the City as a member of the Board of Police and Fire Commission. Nineteen officers were

Officer Lopez Recognized

Chief of Police Alan Vodicka recently presented Officer Alejandro Lopez with a twenty years of service pin in recognition for his service to the City of Hickory Hills. Several Officers were present to recognize

Hickory Hills Street Fair and Bike Rodeo

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 Training

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 s

Moraine Valley Community College Recognition

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 men

McNeff Honored For 25 Years of Service

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 Vehicl