Kaua’i Police Department has a new Deputy Chief

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Courtesy of Kaua’i Police Department

LIHU’E (KHON2) – On Aug. 16, Stan R. Olsen was appointed by Chief of Police Todd G. Raybuck as Kaua’i Police Department’s (KPD) new Deputy Chief of Police.

According to KPD, the Deputy Chief position has been vacant since 2019, since the last DCP retired.

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With 35 years of law enforcement experience, Olsen worked in a variety of assignments which includes Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), investigations of street narcotics, burglary, internal criminal and discrimination complaints, and assistant patrol bureau commander at Las Vegas Metropolitan (LVMPD).

Olsen was also LVMPD’s Logistics Bureau Commander, where he managed LVMPD’s building leases, vehicle fleet management, and purchasing equipment and supply for the department.

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For more info, go to: Kauai.gov/police.

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