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Thank You…Sergeant Gorski for Two Decades of Service

The Village of Mundelein recently recognized Sergeant Dan Gorski for his two decades of dedicated service with the Mundelein Police Department. He was formally recognized for his service at a recent Board of Trustees meeting and presented with a Mayoral Proclamation by Mayor Steve Lentz. He retires this month.

Sergeant Gorski began his career with the Village in 1998 as a patrol officer and in 2013 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. During his tenure with the MPD, he was assigned to multiple task forces including the Northern Illinois Police Alarm System Mobile Field Force and the Lake County Major Crash Assistance Team. Throughout Sergeant Gorski’s career he oversaw the Field Training Officer Program and Citizen Police Academies. He is a trained evidence technician, motorcycle officer, truck enforcement officer, Honor Guard member, and car seat technician.

“We are very grateful for Sergeant Gorski’s honorable service. This reflects highly upon him, the Mundelein Police Department, the law enforcement profession, and the entire Mundelein community,” Mayor Lentz said.

“Thanks to Sergeant Gorski’s leadership and expertise over the past two decades, the Mundelein Police Department has been greatly assisted in accomplishing its mission and living up to its core values of integrity, pride, and quality of service,” said Police Chief Eric Guenther.

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