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Nebraska Crime Commission

Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

Police Standards Advisory Council

 

Chairperson

Lt. Colonel Buck Duis
Nebraska State Patrol
Representing NSP

 

Members

 

Sheriff Dan Osmond                                                                    
Custer County Sheriff's Office                                                      
Representing Sheriffs serving a population of less than 40,000 people 
 
Chief Tracy Wolf
Lexington Police Department
Representing Cities of the 1st Class
 
Chief Jeff Bliemeister
Lincoln Police Department
Representing Cities of the Metropolitan or Primary Class
 
Chief Timothy Larby
Atkinson Police Department
Representing Cities of the 2nd Class
 
Chief Deputy Greg London
Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office
Representing Sheriffs serving a Population of over 40,000 people 
 
Matthew McCarthy
Northeast Community College
Representing Citizens at Large
 
Don Arp, Jr.
Executive Director
Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
 
Brenda Urbanek
Director
Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center                                                                            

 

NLETC Staff Members serving the Council

The NLETC Director is Ms. Brenda Urbanek, who serves as Director of Standards to the Council.

Dave Stolz, Agency Counsel for the Crime Commission, serves as legal advisor to the Council.

Kay Fielding, NLETC Administrative Assistant I, serves as Secretary to the Council.

 

The Police Standards Advisory Council serves the Nebraska Crime Commission by being responsible for establishing the standards, rules and training governing the certification of law enforcement officers in Nebraska. The Council is responsible for the revocation of law enforcement certificates of officers who have failed to meet such requirements.

Council members are appointed by the Governor to four year terms. The Council consists of seven voting members as set forth in statute. Six of the voting members are law enforcement professionals and one member is a citizen at large or a member of the Jail Standards Board. Meetings are normally held the third Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at the Training Center.