Chief Ed L. Howell is the Director of Police and Security over the University Police Department at Fort Hays State University. Chief Howell is a fifth-generation police officer and has been in law enforcement since 1982 and the Chief of Police at FHSU since 2004. His service record includes several prestigious positions such as 2015 President of Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP); a member of Kansas Attorney General Human Trafficking Advisory Board; North-West Kansas Regional Homeland Security Council; BCCC Criminal Justice Advisory Board; KACP Legislative and Award Committees; KACP Training Committee, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center’s Region 2 Advisory Board, and a founding and current member of the Ellis County High Technology Crime Unit. Chief Howell is co-director of the Central Regional Training Center of NDTC and a certified NDTC trainer.
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