New BCI director named

BISMARCK – Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem appointed Chief Agent Dallas Carlson as the new director of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
Carlson takes over for Jerald Kemmet, who is retiring at the end of the month, a news release said.
Carlson has served BCI for more than 20 years, beginning as a special agent in 1989. He was recommended for the director post by a committee of representatives from state and local law enforcement agencies and state’s attorneys, the news release said.
Carlson graduated from Warwick High School and obtained a bachelor’s degree from Dickinson State University. He previously worked for the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office and the Devils Lake and Mandan police departments.
He served as an agent in what was then the Drug Unit for the Dickinson area before being transferred to Williston and Minot as a special agent in the Criminal Division. He was promoted to chief agent in May 2000, with supervision of 15 field agents and management of six district offices in eastern North Dakota.

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