Harvard Police Officer Robert Schultz Promoted to Sergeant

From the Harvard Police Department:

Promotion – Sergeant Robert Schultz

At the City Council meeting on September 27th, Officer Robert Schultz was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
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Schultz started with the Harvard Police Department as a Police Officer in June, 1993.

Since that time Schultz has worked in Patrol, as a Juvenile Officer, an Investigator, a Field Training Officer, and as an Officer In Charge.

He has also been the department’s Firearms Instructor, Pepper Spray Instructor and Emergency Vehicle Operator Instructor.

Sergeant Schultz was nominated as McHenry County’s Officer of the Year in 2011 and was awarded numerous department commendations, to include the City of Harvard and McHenry County Chiefs of Police Medal of Valor for his heroic actions during a house fire in 2001.

Schultz began his police service with the US Army Military Police in 1982, and worked as an officer in the cities of Polo and Freeport IL, and the Ogle County (IL) Sheriff’s Department.

Nearing his 24th year with the Harvard Police Department, Sgt. Schultz will finish the calendar year on day shift and will be starting his new career as the Midnight Shift Sergeant.


Harvard Police Officer Robert Schultz Promoted to Sergeant — 1 Comment

  1. congratulations to Officer Bob…a good Cop…I am proud to know him

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