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Wayne D. Hudson

Captain

Douglas County Clerk/Comptroller

HQ Phone:  (402) 444-7143

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Douglas County Clerk/Comptroller

1819 Farnam Street

Omaha, Nebraska,68183

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Operations

Horsemen Security


Captain

Courts


Sheriff

Douglas County


Brisbane Institute Of Building & Construction


Professor

Griffith University


Affiliations

Toda Institute

Member of the International Advisory Council


Key Centre for Ethics , Law and Governance at Griffith University

Fellow


Linacre College

Junior Research Fellow


Education

Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy


Griffith University


Bachelor of Laws

University of Sydney


Bachelors Degree

Criminal Justice

Wayne State College


Doctor of Philosophy


Doctor of Philosophy

Oxford University


Master of Arts

University of Sydney


Masters Degree

Public Administration

University of Nebraska at Omaha


Web References(52 Total References)


THE DAILY RECORD

www.omahadailyrecord.com [cached]

Capt. Pete Andrews, Mayor Jean Stothert, Douglas County Sheriff Capt. Wayne Hudson, Douglas County Commissioner Mike Boyle and City of Omaha HRR Director Spencer K. Danner Jr.
This year's honors went to Douglas County Sheriff Capt. Wayne Hudson; Omaha Fire Department Capt. Pete Andrews; and Omaha City Councilman Dr. Franklin Thompson. Captain Wayne Hudson Capt. Wayne Hudson is a 22-year veteran of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. He began his career as a deputy in 1995 and has worked his way through the ranks to his current rank of captain, in charge of the Court Operations Bureau. Capt. Hudson embodies these values and lives a service-oriented life. Within the Sheriff's Office, Capt. Hudson has worked to promote diversity within our ranks by reaching out to area black churches in an effort to promote employment opportunities at the Sheriff's Office. "He also worked to target a minority candidate pool by putting most of the Department's available advertising dollars towards minority-based media outlets. In addition, he mentors candidates of color to better prepare them for the selection process involved in becoming a law enforcement officer." Whether it's hiding 15,000 eggs for the annual Black Police Officers Association Easter Egg Hunt, delivering holiday meals to needy families in the community, or serving as a mentor to young men, Douglas County Sheriff's Capt. Wayne Hudson believes in serving others, said Douglas County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Tom Wheeler, who nominated Hudson for the award. Whether it's hiding 15,000 eggs for the annual Black Police Officers Association Easter Egg Hunt, delivering holiday meals to needy families in the community, or serving as a mentor to young men, Douglas County Sheriff's Capt. Wayne Hudson believes in serving others, said Douglas County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Tom Wheeler, who nominated Hudson for the award. "To know that I am being honored and given an award based on an individual who lived for uplifting others and making changes in the United States so that minorities could be seen on the same playing field as other races - to me, that's huge," Hudson said. Hudson embodies these values and lives a service-oriented life."


THE DAILY RECORD

www.omahadailyrecord.com [cached]

Capt. Pete Andrews, Mayor Jean Stothert, Douglas County Sheriff Capt. Wayne Hudson, Douglas County Commissioner Mike Boyle and City of Omaha HRR Director Spencer K. Danner Jr.
This year's honors went to Douglas County Sheriff Capt. Wayne Hudson; Omaha Fire Department Capt. Pete Andrews; and Omaha City Councilman Dr. Franklin Thompson. Captain Wayne Hudson Capt. Wayne Hudson is a 22-year veteran of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. He began his career as a deputy in 1995 and has worked his way through the ranks to his current rank of captain, in charge of the Court Operations Bureau. Capt. Hudson embodies these values and lives a service-oriented life. Within the Sheriff's Office, Capt. Hudson has worked to promote diversity within our ranks by reaching out to area black churches in an effort to promote employment opportunities at the Sheriff's Office. "He also worked to target a minority candidate pool by putting most of the Department's available advertising dollars towards minority-based media outlets. In addition, he mentors candidates of color to better prepare them for the selection process involved in becoming a law enforcement officer." Whether it's hiding 15,000 eggs for the annual Black Police Officers Association Easter Egg Hunt, delivering holiday meals to needy families in the community, or serving as a mentor to young men, Douglas County Sheriff's Capt. Wayne Hudson believes in serving others, said Douglas County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Tom Wheeler, who nominated Hudson for the award. Whether it's hiding 15,000 eggs for the annual Black Police Officers Association Easter Egg Hunt, delivering holiday meals to needy families in the community, or serving as a mentor to young men, Douglas County Sheriff's Capt. Wayne Hudson believes in serving others, said Douglas County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Tom Wheeler, who nominated Hudson for the award. "To know that I am being honored and given an award based on an individual who lived for uplifting others and making changes in the United States so that minorities could be seen on the same playing field as other races - to me, that's huge," Hudson said. Hudson embodies these values and lives a service-oriented life."


Wayne Hudson

www.4horsemensecurity.com [cached]

Wayne Hudson
Wayne Hudson Vice President of Operations Wayne Hudson is currently a Captain with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. Wayne's current position puts him in charge of all administrative functions for the Sheriff's Office to include the Employee Development Division, School Resource Officer Division, Research & Development Division, and Community Service & Crime Prevention Division. Wayne brings to 4 Horsemen 21 years of Law Enforcement/Security experience. Wayne is a veteran of the United States Air Force where he served honorably as a Security Police Officer. Responsibilities included base protection and enforcing military laws as stated in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Wayne received several commendations to include: AF Good Conduct Medal, NCO PME Graduate Ribbon, Small Arms Marksmanship (1-OLC), National Defense Service Medal, AF Outstanding Unit Medal, AF Overseas Long Tour Ribbon (1-OLC). Wayne has an extensive training history to include: In addition, Wayne also holds a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Wayne State College and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Wayne is also a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy (234th Session). Wayne is the current President of the Nebraska Chapter of NOBLE. Wayne has received several awards from his agency to include being selected twice for Deputy of the Month, two Medals of Merit, and several Certificates of Commendation.?


Wayne Hudson

www.4horsemensecurity.com [cached]

Wayne Hudson
Wayne Hudson Vice President of Operations Wayne Hudson is currently a Captain with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. ayne's current position puts him in charge of all administrative functions for the Sheriff's Office to include the Employee Development Division, School Resource Officer Division, Research & Development Division, and Community Service & Crime Prevention Division. ayne brings to 4 Horsemen 21 years of Law Enforcement/Security experience. Wayne is a veteran of the United States Air Force where he served honorably as a Security Police Officer.Responsibilities included base protection and enforcing military laws as stated in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. In addition, Wayne also holds a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Wayne State College and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.


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Wayne Hudson supervises the Douglas County Sheriff's warrants division, "They should know a law enforcement agency typically would never ask for funds to be sent via mail or over the computer."


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