The Nebraska State Patrol is officially under new leadership.
Gov. Pete Ricketts named John Bolduc, 52, who spent the last seven years as police chief for the Port of San Diego, as the new superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol.
Ricketts announced the hiring on Thursday.
Major Russ Stanczyk, acting superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol, said, “On behalf of the men and women of the Nebraska State Patrol, I’d like to welcome John Bolduc to our proud organization. We look forward to the leadership Chief Bolduc will provide as our Colonel and to working together to protect the citizens of Nebraska.”