Seven-year-old Illinois native Ibrahim had the chance of a lifetime and ended up changing a life thanks to a partnership between the Chicago Police Department and the state\u2019s Make a Wish Foundation. Ibrahim lives with a precarious heart condition, but that hasn\u2019t stopped him from setting high aspirations for himself. Last Sunday, he got to realize some of those dreams as a SWAT officer. In particular, he wanted to become \u201ca police officer for a day to catch a luxury car thief,\u201d the CPD\u2019s Twitter page informed. So, the department took in Ibrahim for the day as an honorary SWAT member so he could do just that. Seven-year-old Illinois resident with a heart condition realizes his dream and becomes a SWAT officer https:\/\/twitter.com\/Chicago_Police\/status\/1383904835322322947 Last Sunday, Chicago\u2019s police department partnered with the Illinois Make a Wish Foundation to fulfill seven-year-old Ibrahim\u2019s wish to be a police officer who catches a car thief. The department shared Ibrahim\u2019s story via Twitter, along with pictures of the young officer at work. RELATED: Dwayne Johnson Sings \u2018Moana\u2019 Song For Child With Cancer \u201cHonorary SWAT Officer Ibrahim immediately got to work to train with his fellow officers and take a course in LEMART training,\u201d the CPD wrote. \u201cHis day ended with him bravely saving the life of a car theft victim and taking two car thieves into custody.\u201d The partnership helped change many lives that day Seven-year-old Ibrahim became an honorary member of CPD's SWAT unit \/ Twitter According to Ibrahim\u2019s family, he is very outgoing, playful, and full of energy that can compete with the fast-moving cars he loves so much. The Make a Wish Foundation further supported these statements. The department then announced of Ibrahim, \u201cHis day ended with him bravely saving the life of a car theft victim." Currently, Ibrahim is receiving treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital, located in Oak Lawn. Make a Wish Foundation is comprised of a network of volunteers and donors whose numbers reach the thousands, all to allow children diagnosed with critical illnesses the chance to realize their dreams. The CPD thanked the foundation\u2019s Illinois chapter, Chicago's Crown Rally luxury driving experience company, Chicago Police Memorial Foundation and the Chicago Fire Department.