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Bill Tandeske

Commissioner

Department of Public Safety

HQ Phone:  (651) 201-7000

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Department of Public Safety

445 Minnesota Street

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55101

United States

Company Description

The Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) Web site provides schools, health care facilities, local governments and media outlets with safety information on weather watches and warnings, thunderstorms, lightni... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Security Operations

NMS LLC


Vice President of Operations, Security

NANA Management Services , LLC


Department of Public Safety

State of Alaska


Affiliations

Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers

Lifetime Member


Education

F.B.I. National Academy


Associate degree

University of Alaska


Web References(116 Total References)


Bill Tandeske – NANA Management Services

www.nmsusa.com [cached]

Bill Tandeske
Bill Tandeske, Vice President of Operations - Security Vice President of Operations, Security Bill joined the senior leadership team as Vice President of Operations, Security in 2014. In this roll, Bill provides direction and oversight to NMS Security in the lower-48 and to Purcell Security in Alaska. Most recently, Bill served as Director of Operations and Business Development where he oversaw all NMS Security operations and supported sales activities in the Continental U.S. Bill came to NMS in 2010 as a Captain on one of NMS Security's North Slope contracts. In 2012, he was promoted to District Manager, Western Region. Bill brings 30 years of law enforcement experience to NMS Security clients. He began his career in 1973 with the Alaska State Troopers. In 1999, he retired from the State Troopers as Deputy Director and went on to become the manager of a company providing security services for the Trans-Alaska pipeline. In 2003, Bill was appointed Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Public Safety. As Commissioner, Bill managed a statewide law enforcement agency of 800 employees and a budget of $130 million. Bill attended the University of Alaska where he earned an Associate degree in Justice and is a 1990 graduate of the FBI National Academy. Bill is a lifetime member of the Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers.


NMS Security :: Our Leadership

www.nmssecurity.com [cached]

Bill Tandeske
Bill Tandeske Vice President of Operations, Security Bill joined the senior leadership team as Vice President of Operations, Security in 2014. In this roll, Bill provides direction and oversight to NMS Security in the lower-48 and to Purcell Security in Alaska. Most recently, Bill served as Director of Operations and Business Development where he oversaw all NMS Security operations and supported sales activities in the Continental U.S. Bill came to NMS in 2010 as a Captain on one of NMS Security's North Slope contracts. In 2012, he was promoted to District Manager, Western Region. Bill brings 30 years of law enforcement experience to NMS Security clients. He began his career in 1973 with the Alaska State Troopers. In 1999, he retired from the State Troopers as Deputy Director and went on to become the manager of a company providing security services for the Trans-Alaska pipeline. In 2003, Bill was appointed Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Public Safety. As Commissioner, Bill managed a statewide law enforcement agency of 800 employees and a budget of $130 million. Bill attended the University of Alaska where he earned an Associate degree in Justice and is a 1990 graduate of the FBI National Academy. Bill is a lifetime member of the Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers.


Number of Wildlife Officers Thinning in Alaska

wolfsongnews.org [cached]

They also want the Department of Public Safety Commissioner Bill Tandeske to consider re-establishing a separate division for the state's 71 wildlife enforcement officers.
Tandeske merged the Division of Fish and Wildlife Protection with the Alaska State Troopers in 2003 to improve communication, reduce administrative costs and help relieve the understaffed trooper division. Fish and wildlife protection officers have the same basic training as state troopers and the same police powers. Tandeske's decision combined the so-called brown-shirt officers who guarded fields and streams with blue shirts who patrol towns and highways. While wildlife enforcement may be falling in some areas, Tandeske said, it's largely because retirements have thinned the ranks of the state's fish and wildlife troopers. "It didn't cost the state any more money," Tandeske said. Those numbers will improve soon, Tandeske said. Ramped-up recruitment efforts will put 24 new troopers on the ground in May. That won't change either, Tandeske said. He wants troopers solving murders and stopping rapes. And he wants his wildlife officers to become patrol troopers first so they have a broad public-service mind-set. A lifelong trooper who came out of retirement to lead the department in 2002, Tandeske said the troopers have solved every murder for the last three years. He can't remember the last time that happened. As more patrol troopers opt to become wildlife troopers in the future, the public will get more law enforcement everywhere, he said.


www.nmsusa.com

Bill Tandeske
NMS USA :: Bill Tandeske Bill Tandeske Bill Tandeske Bill Tandeske Vice President of Operations, Security Vice President of Operations, Security Bill joined the senior leadership team as Vice President of Operations, Security in 2014. In this roll, Bill provides direction and oversight to NMS Security in the lower-48 and to Purcell Security in Alaska. Most recently, Bill served as Director of Operations and Business Development where he oversaw all NMS Security operations and supported sales activities in the Continental U.S. Bill came to NMS in 2010 as a Captain on one of NMS Security's North Slope contracts. In 2012, he was promoted to District Manager, Western Region. Bill brings 30 years of law enforcement experience to NMS Security clients. He began his career in 1973 with the Alaska State Troopers. In 1999, he retired from the State Troopers as Deputy Director and went on to become the manager of a company providing security services for the Trans-Alaska pipeline. In 2003, Bill was appointed Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Public Safety. As Commissioner, Bill managed a statewide law enforcement agency of 800 employees and a budget of $130 million. Bill attended the University of Alaska where he earned an Associate degree in Justice and is a 1990 graduate of the FBI National Academy. Bill is a lifetime member of the Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers.


www.akjusticecommission.com

WILLIAM TANDESKE, representing the Department of Public Safety (DPS), was appointed as Commissioner of Public Safety on February 3, 2003.
Mr. Tandeske brings to the position, 26 years of public service as an Alaska State Trooper serving the citizens of Alaska. He joined DPS in 1973 and retired as Major (Deputy Director) of the State Troopers in 1999. Following his retirement from the DPS, Mr. Tandeske served as Security Director for Ahtna AGA Security Inc., providing security services to Alyeska Pipeline and clients in the Anchorage area and also for Doyon Universal Services managing security services for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.


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