Law enforcement officer Scott Kracl will be coming out of retirement.
Kracl, who retired from the Nebraska State Patrol in 2017 after 29 years with NSP, has been confirmed by the United States Senate as the U.S. Marshal for the District of Nebraska.
The Senate vote was unanimous.
Both of Nebraska’s United States Senators, Deb Fischer and Ben Sasse, recommended President Trump nominate Kracl.
Fischer issued the following statement:
“Scott Kracl served Nebraska well as a member of the State Patrol for many years and in many leadership roles. I’m excited that he has now been confirmed to continue to protect and serve Nebraska communities in this new capacity. I congratulate him on his confirmation as U.S. Marshal.”
Sasse issued this statement:
“Scott Kracl is beginning a new chapter in his work for Nebraskans. Our state is well-served by his commitment and integrity. We wish him the best as he begins this new calling as a U.S. Marshal.”
Kracl began his law enforcement career with the Nebraska State Patrol in 1987. He served as trooper, investigator, sergeant, and Commander of Investigative Services with NSP.
Kracl also served as the Commander of Executive Protection and Capitol Security from 2016 until he retired in 2017.