Hylsky receives 5-year pin with White County Sheriff’s Office


White County Sheriff’s Department honors Deputy Steven Hylsky for five years of service

Deputy Steven Hylsky recently was recognized for his commitment and service to the people of White County.

On April 20, 2022, Sheriff Steve Page and Chief Kenny Dobson awarded Hylsky with the customary pin and certificate given to a deputy who has reached the five-year mark of employment with the White County Sheriff’s Office.

“Steven’s someone we are very proud of,” Page said, making the comment that Hylsky works hard at his job. “He is somebody that is not afraid to go on any call. He’s somebody we have a lot of confidence in, a lot of faith in.’”

Deputy Hylsky began his career at the White County Sheriff’s Office as a correction officer. Recognizing his potential and his willingness to serve his community, the sheriff’s office sent Hylsky to the police academy.

“He is somebody that we actually trained up ourselves, and he does a good job,” Page said. “He’s very loyal to the citizens of the county.”      


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