Pictured here are City of Hart Police Sergeant¬†Kevin Skipski and Police Chief Juan Salazar.
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Pictured¬†Left to Right:
Officer Brian Hintz, Officer Shawn Anderson, Chief Juan Salazar, Sgt. Kevin Skipski, Officer Joe Ingalls.
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T.E.A.M. is a school-based law related education program taught by specially trained officers.
Unlawful and youthful risk taking behavior is addressed in this program, with lessons on the law and consequences that commonly affect students.
Sgt. Kevin Skipski is responsible for the Hart T.E.A.M. Chapter.
Download a File:
T.E.A.M. Program Overview
Chief Salazar began his career in law enforcement as a Corrections Officer for the Oceana County Sheriff's Department in May of 2006.¬† In June of 2008, he joined the Hart Police Department as a patrol officer.¬† After 8 years on the job, Juan was promoted to the position of Chief of Police!¬† Chief Salazar was born and raised here in Hart.¬† After graduating from Hart High School in 2003, he attended West Shore Community College and graduated with his Associates of Applied Arts & Science Degree in Criminal Justice in May of 2007.¬† The City is fortunate to have a native resident as it's chief!
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