Norfolk Police Chief Retiring

NORFOLK – After over four decades in law enforcement, a northeast Nebraska police chief is hanging up his badge.

The City of Norfolk has announced the Chief Bill Mizner is retiring at the end of the year.

Mizner has spent 44 years in law enforcement, including the last 31 years with the Norfolk Police Division. He also served police divisions in Kearney and Mitchell South Dakota.

During Mizner’s time in charge of Norfolk Police, he helped set up the Norfolk Junior High and High School Resource Officer programs, oversaw the expansion of the city’s 911 service, and greenlit the expansion of Norfolk’s dispatch services.

We strive for accuracy. Report a typo, inaccuracy, or mistake here.

Share:
Comments