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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Officer Ingalls has been working for the Hart Police Department full time going on two years. He graduated from Westshore Community College with an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice in 2017.
Becoming a police officer has been his dream since he was five years old. His great Grandpa was a detective for Muskegon Heights, and he wanted to take after him. Officer Ingalls great uncle was also a detective/Sergeant for Muskegon Heights.
Joe also enjoys hunting, fishing and hanging out with his family and friends during his free time. He enjoys "shed" hunting for deer antlers with his hunting buddy, Ruger aka Springer Spaniel!
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
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