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Adam Dean
Chief Safety & Security Officer
(847) 659-6130 | Email me

Susann Greco
Administrative Assistant
(847) 659-6128 | Email me

Ofc. Kevin Choklad

Officer Kevin Choklad
Huntley Police Department
Harmony Road Campus
Schools: HHS, Leggee Elementary
(847) 659-6510 | Email me

Officer Choklad joined the Huntley Police Department in 2017 and began his assignment as School Resource Officer at HHS in 2022. In addition to providing law enforcement assistance at the school, he also provides educational programming for students at HHS and neighboring Leggee Elementary School.


Officer Tycjan Sieradzki
Lake In the Hills Police Department
Reed Road Campus
Schools: Marlowe, Chesak, Martin, Early Childhood Center
(847) 659-4944 ext. 4723 | Email me

Officer Sieradzki began his career as a Police Officer at the Village of Crete in August of 2018. He later joined the Lake in the Hills Police Department in July of 2019, and was assigned to the Patrol Division. In addition to his regular duties, he is a member of the Traffic Unit. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the Southern Illinois University and served as a combat medic in the Illinois Army National Guard.

Officer Sieradzki often participates in community engaging events such as Shop with a Cop and strives to be a good example to all. Outside of work, he enjoys riding his motorcycle and spending time with his friends and family.

Officer Andrew Dykstra
Algonquin Police Department
Square Barn Road Campus
Schools: Heineman, Mackeben, Conley
(847) 659-4321 | Email me

Andrew Dykstra has served as a Police Officer for the Algonquin Police Department since March 2006. Andrew is a graduate of Western Illinois University and served in the United States Army as a Staff Sergeant. He has worked in the Patrol and the Traffic Unit and has dedicated time to improve the Department’s Liquor, Tobacco and Gaming Unit, and is a Field Training Officer, Acting Officer in Charge and member of the Kane County Accident Reconstruction Team.

Officer Dykstra has distinguished himself during his career and has been nominated for Kane County Officer of the Year in 2007 and McHenry County Officer of the Year in 2016. Outside of work Officer Dykstra is a resident within the District and spends as much time as he can outdoors with his school-age children, landscaping, working out, or working on cars.