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About our Office
Mission and Goals
Todd Duncan was appointed Chief Deputy Sheriff by Sheriff Terry Wagner on May 12, 2016. Chief Deputy Duncan started with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office in 1995 after having served two years with the Lincoln Police Department. He received his law enforcement certification in 1993 from the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center where he earned the Top Academic Award of his class. He was promoted to Sergeant in 1999 and to Captain in 2001. During his tenure with the Sheriff’s Office he was named Deputy Sheriff of the Year in 1999 and received the Life Saving Award in 2001. He worked as a Patrol Deputy, Criminal Investigator, Narcotics Investigator, served as the team leader for the Tactical Response Unit, was a Field Training Officer, worked in Personnel and Training, served as commander in the Investigations, and Administrative Support, and Civil Divisions. Duncan was appointed Assistant Chief of the UNL Police Department in 2012 where he remained until returning to the Sheriff’s Office as Chief Deputy in 2016.
Chief Deputy Duncan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management, a Masters of Arts in Management, and graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2017.
Chief Deputy Duncan currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Bridge Behavioral Health.