Natrona County High School grad Daniel Dundas has been promoted to rank of Lieutenant.
Dundas’ promotion from Sergeant to Lieutenant was announced in a Casper Police Department media release sent out today.
According to the release, the promotion will take effect after a formal ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 19th, at City Hall.
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“These Lieutenant candidates were subject to perhaps the most difficult assessment and rigorous process in the history of the Casper Police Department,” said Police Chief Keith McPheeters in the release.
Lt. Dundans said in the release “I feel both honored and humbled by this promotion.”
Lt. Dundas graduated from UW in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and psychology, and started his career with the Casper Police the same year.
The release lists a number of awards and accolades Lt. Dundas has received over his career, including the Life-Saving Medal, the 2011 Officer of the year and the 2015 Sergeant of the Year.