Chief of Police Alan Vodicka recently congratulated Officer Terry Murphy for 25 years of service to the City of Hickory Hills Police Department. The 25 years of service pin presented by the Chief is to be worn on Officer Murphy’s uniform as a symbol of recognition of his outstanding service to the community.
Chief Vodicka presents Officer Ryan Bajt with a Life Saving Award for his actions taken during a fire at Camelot Banquet Hall which saved two lives.
Krystyna Drozek expresses her gratitude for Officer Ryan Bajt’s actions taken during a fire at Camelot Banquet Hall which resulted in Krystyna and her sister Joanne escaping the fire without injury.
Chief Vodicka recognized Lt. Thomas Dietz for 30 years of service to the City of Hickory Hills Police Department.
Chief Vodicka and the honor guard detail read off the names of the 120 fallen peace officers in 2012 during the Peace Officer Memorial Day Ceremony on May 15, 2013, in front of the Police Station.
Sergeant Erv Wee Sit was presented with his 20 years of service pin by Chief Alan Vodicka at a recent City Council Meeting.
Chief Vodicka acknowledges Investigator Adam Gulczynski for his tireless efforts in resolving numerous residential burglaries that occurred in Hickory Hills and surrounding suburbs.
K-9 “Orry” celebrates his retirement after 5 years of loyal service to the department. K-9 handler, Officer Compton, and Chief Vodicka present “Orry” with a well deserved treat.
On Tuesday, August 7th, Hickory Hills hosted its National Night Out Against Crime.
Chief Alan Vodicka presented Records Division Clerk Lisa Lorek with a twenty years of service pin at a recent department meeting. Lisa’s twenty years of service to the City of Hickory Hills are greatly appreciated.