University begins search for next chief of police

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University begins search for next chief of police

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Craig Chandler | University Communication

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has launched a national search to hire its next chief of police.

The search committee is led by Laurie Bellows, interim vice chancellor for Student Affairs. Other committee members include Todd Duncan, Lancaster County Chief Deputy; Carrie Hulsey-Greene, manager of reputation management/media relations for University Communication; Charlotte Evans, vice chancellor and chief of police at the University of Nebraska at Omaha; and Nkenge Friday, assistant vice chancellor for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s chief of police reports to and serves on the leadership team of the vice chancellor for business and finance. The chief serves a vital role in leading the university police department and guiding safety, securing and success on campus.

The next chief will build upon the foundation of success of the department and lead the university’s policing and public safety initiatives. The position will promote a safe, secure and inclusive environment while overseeing operations and strategic planning of all police functions.

A review of applications will begin March 2. A complete job description is available on the university’s human resources website.

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