LINCOLN — Darrell Fisher, the director of the Nebraska Crime Commission, has announced plans to retire at the end of the year.
On Friday, Gov. Pete Ricketts praised his service, saying the Crime Commission has a tradition of setting and maintaining high standards for public safety agencies.
“Darrell has done outstanding work helping create greater accountability for law enforcement, launching our new victim notification service, and expanding Victims of Crime Act programming,” Ricketts said.
Fisher, who has headed up the commission since 2014, spent 28 years with the Nebraska State Patrol.
Ricketts will accept applications to replace Fisher until Dec. 1. Applicants should complete the Application for Executive Appointment form, which can be found here.