Nebraska State Patrol
 
 
 
 

Command Staff

Command Staff

Superintendent of Law Enforcement & Public Safety

Colonel John A. Bolduc is the 18th Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. He was sworn-in on October 16, 2017. 

Colonel Bolduc has been in law enforcement since first becoming a police officer in 1986. Prior to leading the Nebraska State Patrol, Col. Bolduc served as Chief of the San Diego Harbor Police since 2010. He also served as Police Chief for the cities of Brainerd and Mora, Minnesota for nearly 13 years. He also served in patrol, investigations, training, and tactical operations in the Twin Cities.

Colonel Bolduc holds a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from National University, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Bemidji State University and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.

Lieutenant Colonel

Lt. Colonel Andrew "Buck" Duis serves as the Assistant Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. He has served in that role since 2018.

Lt. Colonel Duis has previously served as Captain of the NSP Training Academy, Commander of the NSP Police Service Dog Division, and in many other capacities. 

In addition to daily interaction and oversight of the Agency's three divisions, the Lt. Colonel oversees the Executive Protection/Captiol Security, Information Technology (IT), Public Information and Professional Standards Divisions.

Eastern Field Services Major

Major Brenda Konfrst commands the Nebraska State Patrol Eastern Field Services Division, comprising both Troop A, based in Omaha, and Troop B, based in Norfolk. Major Konfrst also commands NSP Special Operations, including the Police Service Dog and Aviation Support Divisions, as well as NSP Executive Projection and Capitol Security. 

The Nebraska State Patrol was formed in 1937 as the Nebraska Safety Patrol to deal with the rising problem of traffic crashes on our state's roads. Today the mission of the men and women of the Field Services Divisions remains the same, but the way in which that mission is carried out is vastly different.

Uniformed troopers assigned to six Troop Area Headquarters patrol more than 10,000,000 miles of Nebraska roadways a year. By leveraging technology such as real time crash data and analyzing calls for service, troopers are placed in areas where they can be most effective.

The Field Services Division combines traffic enforcement, public education and cooperation with allied agencies as it strives for fatality free roadways.

Central Field Services Major

Central Field Services encompasses Troop HQ, based in Lincoln, Troop C, based in Lincoln, and NSP Carrier Enforcement, which covers the entire state.

The Nebraska State Patrol is leveraging technology to place troopers where they can be the most effective by utilizing real time crash data and analyzing calls for service. With this information, the agency can take a practical approach to education concepts and enforcement. Directed patrolling, high visibility patrols, the targeting of impaired drivers and occupant restraint compliance are just some of the concepts employed by the agency utilizing this data.

By employing current technology, troopers are now sent to calls for service by Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), and their actions are documented by a Records Management System (RMS), and digital in-car cameras. Mobile Data Computers allow troopers to issue electronic citations and accident reports. A new digital statewide radio system will allow them expanded, clearer, interoperable radio coverage.

Western Field Services/Investigative Services Major

Major Kyle Otte is in command of the Nebraska State Patrol's Western Field Services and Investigative Services Divisions.

Western Field Services is made up of Troop D, based in North Platte, and Troop E, based in Scottsbluff. The division encompasses uniformed patrol troopers, who strive for fatality free roadways through traffic enforcement, public education, and cooperation. This vision cannot be achieved by the Nebraska State Patrol alone but by working with our partners in highway safety which include the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT), Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Nebraska Highway Safety Office (NDOT-HSO), local law enforcement, first responders, highway safety advocate groups and our citizens.

The criminal and drug units of the Investigative Services Division are comprised of both sworn and civilian personnel assigned to a variety of duties within the Division.

Alcohol/Tobacco/Gaming Enforcement, Auto Fraud, Hazardous Device Technicians, Criminal Identification Division, Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Awareness Coordination, Internet Crimes Against Children and Cyber Crimes Task Forces are among the various work groups in the Division.

Investigative Services also includes the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory and the Nebraska Information Analysis Center (NIAC).

Administrative Services Major

Major Russ Stanczyk serves as the Major in command of the Nebraska State Patrol Administrative Services Division.

The Administrative Services Division supports every aspect of the agency from; human resources, information technology, accounting, grants and the training academy.

Troopers, investigators, civilians, and other specialized personnel make up the customer base supported by the Administrative Services Division.

The NSP Motto, "Pro Bono Publico" for the good of the public holds true for this division as it strives to provide prompt, efficient and effective support of all agency employees.

Administrative Services Captain

The Administrative Services Division is under the command of Captain Kevin Ryan. Captain Ryan is responsible for overseeing numerous support divisions to include the securing and managing of public and private sector grants and contributions (Grants), Research and Planning, the procurement of goods and services (Purchasing), inventory of equipment, uniforms, weapons, vehicles and supplies (Supply/Electronic Engineering), Project Management, the Combined Law Enforcement Information Network (CLEIN) and Communications.

Professional Standards Captain

The Division of Professional Standards is under the command of Captain Mike Jahnke. Captain Jahnke serves as the agency's Legislative Liaison and is responsible for and oversees the Divisions of Internal Affairs, Legal, Policy/Accreditation and Records Management.

Investigative Services Captain

Captain Jeff Pelowski is assigned to the Investigative Services Division.

The Investigative Services Division is responsible for the investigation of criminal and narcotic related crimes throughout the state. This Division maintains and deploys specially trained and equipped personnel who provide a variety of services to the citizens of Nebraska, while also providing expert assistance to uniformed officers of the Nebraska State Patrol, federal and local allied law enforcement partners.

The Investigative Services Field Division remains committed to our shared vision of Safe Children and Safe Communities, making Nebraska a safe enjoyable place for all.

Executive Protection/Capitol Security Captain

The Executive Protection/Capitol Detail Division is under the Command of Captain Sean Caradori.

Comprised of sworn and civilian employees the Executive Protection/Capitol Detail Division of the Nebraska State Patrol is charged with the safety and security of the Governor, Nebraska Supreme Court, Appeals Court and the Unicameral.