Lynwood Police Department
LYNWOOD | A Lynwood officer ordered reinstated to the ranks remains off the job, and attorneys say it may not be until the end of April before he returns.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge issued a written opinion Thursday that reverses the Lynwood Police and Fire Board decision firing a police officer because a criminal suspect drove away in the officer's squad car.
CHICAGO | A suburban Lynwood police officer who lost his job last year because of an incident in which a criminal suspect drove away in his squad car expects to learn in February whether he will get his job back.
LYNWOOD | Divers with the Lynwood and South Holland police and fire departments could not find anyone Friday after a sport utility vehicle ran off Torrence Avenue and landed in a watery ditch, according to a news release from the Lynwood Police Department.
LYNWOOD | Village Clerk Karen Wingfield-Bond swore in David DePaolo as a full-time police officer at Tuesday's Village Board meeting.
LYNWOOD | A seven-year Police Department veteran whose squad car was taken by a criminal suspect during a police chase has lost his job.
LYNWOOD | Attorneys for a police officer who faces dismissal because his squad car was stolen and wrecked by a criminal suspect say the village’s Fire and Police Board violated the law by keeping the officer on unpaid leave since mid-March.
LYNWOOD | The village’s Police and Fire Commission will meet Monday to determine what penalty, if any, ought to be assessed against a police officer whose squad car was stolen by a criminal suspect.
LYNWOOD | An attorney representing a village police officer who faces disciplinary measures because his squad car was stolen said Friday his client was not derelict in his professional duties.
LYNWOOD | Village President Eugene Williams said the hiring of seven new people for the Police and Fire departments brings the public safety agencies up to full staffing.
LYNWOOD | The Lynwood Village Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion to hire two new police officers effective Nov. 26.
LYNWOOD | The Lynwood Village Board on Tuesday approved borrowing $360,000 to keep the village running as it awaits tax payments from the state.
LYNWOOD | Police said more than 2 tons of marijuana with a street value of about $3 million — one of the largest operations ever uncovered in Lynwood — was seized last weekend.
LYNWOOD | As the village of Lynwood expands, the police force needs to expand with it. That’s the philosophy of Police Chief Michael Mears, who wants to increase the number of police officers.
LYNWOOD | The flier reads "iWatch Lynwood — do you?"
LYNWOOD | The Village Board last week appointed Tom Druetzler to the position of Planning and Zoning Board commissioner.
LYNWOOD | Michael Mears gets to take the "interim" off of his title as chief of police, and he says he wants to create some new programs to help improve his department's ties to the community.
After reading a Dec. 17 article, I feel I must clarify some statements.
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