The Hickory Hills Police Department is now accepting applications for Lateral Police Officers. Interested officers must have at least two or more years of continuous full-time employment in civilian law enforcement in Illinois. The officers must have been certified by the Illinois Police Training Board as a certified police officer and be in good standing …
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Meet Aurora, our new Auxiliary Officer.
The Hickory Hills Police Department issued 64 hands-free law violations and 15 citations for other traffic offenses during the April distracted driving enforcement period. We joined forces with state, local law enforcement and highway safety partners for this enforcement effort. Using your phone in anything other than hands-free mode in Illinois is not only dangerous, …
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!
The Hickory Hills Police Department and the Suburban Major Accident Reconstruction Team (SMART) are investigating a single car fatal accident. Click here for the full release.
On November 14, 2019, Sergeant Glenn Tienstra took the oath of office to become the newest Police Lieutenant for the City of Hickory Hills.
On October 24, 2019, Officer Joseph Clark took the oath of office to become the newest Police Sergeant for the City of Hickory Hills.
On September 26, 2019, Officer Ryan Bajt took the oath of office to become the newest Police Sergeant for the City of Hickory Hills.
On August 22, 2019 Jacob Jakaitis took the oath of office to become the newest police officer for the City of Hickory Hills. Jacob will being the field training phase at the beginning of September, so look for him around town and say hello.