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Dalsing recommended as next Dubuque Police Chief

DUBUQUE (KWWL) -- The next chief of police in Dubuque could be one of their own.

City Manager Michael Van Milligen is recommending that current Dubuque Police Captain Mark Dalsing be named the next chief.

The recommendation will need to approved by the city council and will be presented at the February 1, 2010 meeting. 

Dalsing, a 20-year veteran of the Dubuque Police Department, got his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

He joined the department in September 1989, was promoted to corporal in 1999, lieutenant in 2003, and was named captain of the criminal investigation unit in 2006.

Dalsing was one of the original officers assigned to Dubuque's community-oriented policing (COP) unit.

Dalsing was selected over four other candidates.  They are Craig Berte of Cedar Falls, Todd Miller of Terrell, Texas, Michael Tupper from Nevada, Iowa and Michael Venema from Davenport.

Dubuque Police Chief Kim Wadding retired on June 20, 2009 which lead to the national search for his replacement.

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