Chief Kenny Antolik

Chief Antolik joined the BHPD in 1991 and previously served with the Prince George's Community College Campus Police since 1985. He is a 1987 graduate of the Prince George's County Police Academy, the Greater Washington Metropolitan Police Forensic Academy in 1994, Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation, and the National Law Enforcement Institute in 1997, in addition to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Law Enforcement Executive Development in 2008. Chief Antolik served as the BHPD's second in command since 2005 and headed the department's Criminal Investigations Division (CID). In 2004, he was asked by the U.S. Department of Justice to join the United States Secret Service Metro Area Fraud Task Force as a deputy U.S. Marshall. After an extensive nationwide search conducted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) in 2010, he was recommended and sworn in as the Chief of Police on October 13, 2010. Founded in 1896, Berwyn Heights is the sixth oldest municipality in Prince George's County. It is a full service municipality of about 3,000 residents located inside the Capital Beltway. The BHPD provides 24 hour police protection and includes ten sworn officers, police executive assistance, and two public safety aide volunteer cadets