About the Police Department

Vision Statement

Working in partnership with the community, we will preserve and protect the fabric of community life in the Village of Campton Hills. Together we will resolve problems, prevent crime, and enhance public safety. We vow to maintain the highest level of professionalism in our employees in order to effectively and efficiently serve our community.

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Core Values

Honesty - We are truthful and open in our interactions with each other and with members of our community.

Integrity - We are honorable, trustworthy, and strive to do what is right.

Fairness - We treat everyone in an impartial, equitable, sensitive and ethical manner.

Respect - We value ourselves, each other, and members of our community, showing understanding and appreciation for our similarities and differences.

Reliability - We are conscientious, professional, responsible, and dependable in our dealings with each other and our community.

Team Work - We work together within the Department and with members of our community to achieve our goals, making use of diverse skills, abilities, roles, and views.

Positive Attitude - We strive to bring positive and constructive influences to our interactions with each other and our community.

Full-Time Officers

Chief Millar

Chief Of Police

Steve Millar

Steve was promoted to Chief May 1, 2018. Steven started with Campton Hills Dec 2013 as a part-time officer and in Sept. 2014, Steve was appointed as full-time. Steve retired from Streamwood PD with 28 years of service. Steve was a Juvenile Officer, served as an Accident Reconstructionist, a Lead Homicide Investigator, a School Resource Officer, Crime Prevention Specialist, T ASER Instructor and teaches Citizens Police Academy. Steve hold’s a Bachelor’s Degree from Benedictine University.

Deputy Chief 

Randy Johnson

Has been with the Campton Hills Police Department as one of the first full-time officers hired on October 29, 2007.

Deputy Chief Johnson was promoted to Sergeant in May 2015, and Deputy Chief in June 2018. Deputy Chief Johnson has over 35 years in law enforcement and has experience in traffic investigation and juvenile matters.  Randy is also a member of the Kane County Accident Reconstruction Team. Deputy Chief Johnson enjoys fishing in the North Woods. 

 

Sergeant

Tom Blincoe

Tom Blincoe began his career with the Campton Hills Police Department on November 10, 2007 and was hired

full-time in March 2017. Tom previously served with the Kane County Sheriff’s Department. Tom has a bachelor’s degree in history from Lora’s College. Sergeant Blincoe’s favorite drink is diet Mt. Dew.

OFFICER

Matt Stastny

Matt Stastny was hired in June 2018. Matt retired from Streamwood Police Department after serving 29 years.

Matt held numerous positions at the Streamwood Police Department including; Investigator, D.A.R.E. Officer, Juvenile Officer, School Resource Officer, Evidence Control Officer and Community Outreach Officer. Matt is an avid collector of many different things!

OFFICER

James Levand

15 years’ experience in Law Enforcement, certifications include; Field Training Officer, Truck Enforcement Officer,

Accident Investigator, Taser Instructor, Oleoresin Capsicum Instructor, A.L.I.C.E Instructor, K9 Handler and Drug Recognition Expert. Wealth of experience in developing and implementing Community Service Programs. Best part of the job is getting to interact with the community alongside the best partner ever, Koda! My off time I enjoy traveling and the outdoors, including camping. Of course with my amazing partner Koda!

K9 Koda

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K-9 Koda

Koda is a 3-year-old German Shepherd from Czechoslovakia and the departments first K9 officer. Koda has

assisted with narcotic finds, missing persons, criminal tracks and apprehensions, article searches, crowd control, and building searches for our agency and other departments requesting assistance. Koda has made many appearances and done countless demonstrations, including National Night Out, September Fest, Elburn Days, Boy Scouts, and our local schools. While working Koda enjoys watching over his human partner and catching the bad guys! Off duty Koda loves playing with his tug toy and getting belly rubs.

OFFICER

Scott Coryell

I have 30 years in law enforcement and enjoy community-based policing. Obtaining compliance through

conversation, versus fine or ticket-based compliance. I have a true enjoyment for problem solving and issue resolution for those lost, unsure, or without direction. I like being there to help those in need when they need it most. I really enjoy biking in my free time.

OFFICER

Doug Kucik

Doug was hired as a part-time officer in 2017. Doug became full time for Campton Hills in January of 2020. Doug previously

worked for the Addison Police Department as a full- time officer. Doug is a certified Field Training Officer, Evidence Technician and formerly served on the NIPAS Mobile Field Force. Doug earned a bachelor’s degree from Elmhurst College. Doug enjoys boating on his days off.   

Part-Time Officers

OFFICER

John Pikolcz

Officer John Pikolcz started part-time with the Campton Hills Police Department in July 2010. John retired from

the Warrenville Police Department after over 25 years of service, having attained the rank of Sergeant. John has training in many different aspects of police work Including working with Juveniles, Trucks, Vehicle Accidents and much more. Officer Pikolcz is a big animal lover!

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Daniel Hatt

Dan Hatt was hired as a part-time officer on 10/07/2013. Dan is retired the the Streamwood Police Department

after serving for 20 years. Dan teaches Too Good for Drugs, Citizen Police Academy and Senior Citizen Police Academy. Dan also serves as the department’s Code Enforcement Officer and the Deputy Liquor Commissioner. Dan’s favorite things are horseback riding and diving.

OFFICER

Arturo Gracia

Arturo was hired as a part-time officer in September 2014. Arturo has over 16 years full-time law enforcement experience
with the East Dundee and Sleepy Hollow police departments. Arturo brings many qualifications and certifications with him to Campton Hills, including: FTO, Range Officer, Rifle and TASER instructor, as well as serving on the ILEAS Mobile Field Force. Arturo’s favorite color is blue.

OFFICER

Len Wronski

Len Wronski was hired as a part-time officer in May 2015. Len served 29 years as  a police officer with Algonquin Police

Department and Carpentersville Police Department, retiring as a   patrol sergeant in 2012. Len also works as a part-time officer in the East Dundee Police Department. Len is an US Air Force veteran. Len has an associate degree from McHenry CC and is a graduate of Police Staff & Command School at Northwestern University. Len enjoys musky fishing in the North Woods and spending time with his family. 

OFFICER

Jeff Hunger

Jeff was hired as a part-time officer in July 2015. Jeff served 28 years as a police officer with the Winfield Police Department

While at Winfield, Jeff served as an investigator for 8 years and worked auto thefts with State Police Auto Theft Task Force for 4 years. He is a certified Juvenile Officer, Field Training Officer, Elderly Service Officer, Range Master and Truck Officer. Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University. Jeff’s favorite drink is coffee.

OFFICER

Eric Jannusch

Eric was hired as a part-time officer in 2017. Eric Previously work as a full-time officer in St. Charles, IL for four years

before returning to aviation full-time. Eric is a certified pilot and flight instructor and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dubuque. Officer Jannusch enjoys flying, golf, and winter sports.

OFFICER

Kevin Gost

My family moved to Bartlett in 1969 when I was 4 years old from Park Ridge. I graduate from Elgin HS in 1984.

I was hired on the Bartlett Police Department in 1991 and attended the Cook County Police academy. I retired from Bartlett in 2016 and started working at Campton Hills July of 2017. I enjoy making people laugh.  

OFFICER

Jerry Munoz

Jerry was hired as a part-time officer June of 2018. Jerry is a Full-time officer with the College of DuPage where he 

was trained in many areas of police work. Jerry enjoys doing long bicycle rides/marathons that support fallen/injured members of the Law Enforcement Community.

OFFICER

Robert Wells

I have 16 years’ experience in Law Enforcement . I have worked in investigations and was on a major case

task force. I enjoy being able to help people. I love to interact with the kids, its important now a days that they feel safe and know the police are good. I am a big Blackhawks fan.

OFFICER

Jean Harvey

I have thirty years of experience in Law enforcement. I have worked in most areas of police work including patrol

investigations, community education, administration, forensics, training manager and was the first female sergeant at my previous department.  My favorite part of being in law enforcement is helping people in need and being a part of programs that link the police and citizens in positives ways.  Favorite food hands down is pizza.

OFFICER

Daniel Spychalski

I have 23 years of police service with specialties including instructor certifications in Defensive Tactics, Firearms

I have 23 years of police service with specialties including instructor certifications in Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Ballistic Shield and Pepperball Systems. Additionally, I have served as a School Resource Officer, Juvenile Officer and Riot Police Arrest Team. In my personal time I enjoy a variety of martial arts, competition shooting, manufacturing projects related to 3D Printing and CAD design. Favorite cuisines of Sushi and Thai.

OFFICER

Jason Friedrich

Jason was hired on September 1, 2020. Jason come to us with over 12 years of Law Enforcement experience. Jason is currently

employed as a Full-time Police Officer by the Montgomery Police Department. Jason had been previously hired as a Part-time Police Officer here in Campton Hills from 2014-2015 until he left to become a Full-time Police Officer in Carlsbad California. Jason has also served as a Law Enforcement Officer for the Kane County Sheriff’s Department and served in the United States Marine Corps. Jason involved traveling with his family.

OFFICER

Michael Zeigler

My favorite part of police work is connecting with the community and every day is an adventure.  I am an avid outdoorsman

enjoying backpacking and backcountry skiing.  My favorite sports team is the Blackhawks, and my favorite color is green.