Ricardo Brambila was sworn in as the newest member of the Hickory Hills Police family on January 24, 2019.
Charles Hobart, the new Hickory Hills Police Chief was sworn in by Mayor Howley on Thursday, December 14, 2018.
Hickory Hills Police Officers assist young bicyclists to ensure their safety at the recent Hickory Hills Park District Bike Rodeo.
Members of the Hickory Hills Police Department recently participated on “Cop on the Roof” at the local Dunkin Donuts to help raise money for Special Olympics. The Department raised $2,700 for this cause. This event provided an opportunity for Department members to interact with the community while supporting the Special Olympics Athletes.
Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus and the impact that it has had upon our society, we are now experiencing a critical shortage of blood supply which will result in yet another health crisis. Therefore, in the interest of the greater public benefit, the City of Hickory Hills will continue with our scheduled quarterly …
The City of Hickory Hills has contracted with OnSolve to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system provides city officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire city. Police Chief Alan Vodicka cautioned that such systems are only as good as the telephone number database supporting them. “If …
Chief Vodicka recently presented a twenty five years of service pin to Lieutenant Erv Wee Sit. Lt. Wee Sit began his career with the Police Department in October of 1992.
Chief Alan Vodicka recently introduced the Department’s newest recruit, Officer Amy McMahon, to the City Council at a City Council Meeting. Officer McMahon had worked previously for the Village of Chicago Ridge as a Part Time Police Officer. Officer McMahon’s five year old son Landon pinned her star on her uniform during the swearing-in ceremony.
Police Chief Alan Vodicka congratulates Sergeant Adam Gulczynski on his recent promotion. The promotion ceremony took place at the June 22 City Council Meeting. Sergeant Gulczynski is a thirteen year veteran of the Department who served the last ten years as a Detective.
Community Resource Officer Ingrid McNeff retired after 27 years of service to the City of Hickory Hills Police Department. Shown from left to right are Mayor Michael Howley, Ingrid, City Clerk Dee Catizone, and Chief Vodicka.