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Troop D Commander Captain Lynn Williams to retire | KRVN Radio

Troop D Commander Captain Lynn Williams to retire

Troop D Commander Captain Lynn Williams to retire
Courtesy/ Nebraska State Patrol. Cap. Lynn Williams.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — The Commander of the Nebraska State Patrol Troop D Headquarters- North Platte, Captain Lynn Williams, will retire on Friday, September 30, after dedicating more than 33 years to serving and protecting the citizens of Nebraska as an officer and commander.

“Lynn personifies what it means to be a true public servant,” said Colonel Brad Rice, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “Throughout his career he has given selflessly of his time for the betterment of his Troop Area and the communities which he has served. We will miss his leadership and dedication to our profession.”

Captain Williams, 55, has been the Commander of Troop D- North Platte since January 2013. He began his career in 1983, with the Field Services Division. In March of 1996, he was assigned to the Investigative Services Division as a Criminal Investigator. He was promoted to Sergeant in Investigative Services in 2001 and Lieutenant in 2006. Captain Williams is a graduate of Leadership in Police Organizations (LPO) and is the past President of the Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center in North Platte.

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