Pictured here are City of Hart Police SergeantÂ Kevin Skipski and Police Chief Juan Salazar.
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PicturedÂ Left to Right:
Officer Brian Hintz, Officer Shawn Anderson, Chief Juan Salazar, Sgt. Kevin Skipski, Officer Joe Ingalls.
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Brian Hintz moved to Hart as a child and continues to live in the area with his wife of two years.
Brian grew up working on his grandparentâ€™s farm and continues to help his grandmother with her projects in his free time. Brian also enjoys watching sports and riding his motorcycle.
When not at work in Hart he serves the community of Walkerville as a Fire Fighter and First Responder. Brian attended Ferris State University for a degree in Criminal Justice and graduated in May of 2016. A few weeks later Brian started with the Hart Police Department.
Brianâ€™s goal was to be able to serve the community he grew up in, and he is very happy to be able to work in the City of Hart.
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
Visit the Hart Fire Department Facebook Page.