At least in traffic tickets issued.
The Chicago Tribune took a look at the number of traffic tickets issued by municipalities throughout the metropolitan area and discovered that tiny Bull Valley issued the most.
More than 400 per officer. 437, to be exact.
So, if a policeman worked 200 days, that would mean two a day.
None are from red light cameras. I think the only stop light in the village is at Route 120 and Thompson Road, which leads up to the west side of Wonder Lake.
I wrote about a ticket given at that location at the end of the summer. It was for not using a turn signal to get on Route 120.
The Tribune reports Algonquin at 67 tickets per officer and Crystal Lake at 52.