We thank Chief Schmaderer for his professionalism in all circumstances and his dedication and commitment to the City of Omaha.
The First Responders Foundation thanks Chief Schmaderer for his outstanding leadership of the Omaha Police Department, for his professionalism in all circumstances, his dedication and commitment to the citizens of the City of Omaha and the metro area, and for his continuous support of our Foundation.
Chief Schmaderer is a dedicated police professional who has excelled at all ranks in the Omaha Police Department.
We hope you will join us on 9/11/2020 at 11:30a.m. Click here to watch live.
The First Responders Foundation is proud to honor Omaha Fire Chief Dan Olsen by inducting him into the Ancient Society of St. Florian and St. Michael. He will be inducted at the 4th Annual 9/11 Event of Honor on September 11th at 11:30AM, with keynote speaker Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer. All are invited to join virtually by livestream. Click here on 9/11 to watch live.
Daniel C. Olsen was appointed Fire Chief on December 28, 2016, becoming the Omaha Fire Department’s 31st Fire Chief.
Chief Olsen began his public safety career with the department in 1993 and has served as a Firefighter, Captain, Fire Investigator, Battalion Chief, Assistant Chief, and Interim Fire Chief before being appointed as the Fire Chief. An interested fact is that Chief Olsen is also a certified law enforcement officer. He graduated from the Omaha Police Academy in 2009. Chief Olsen manages a 116.8 million dollar budget and provides leadership to over 650 firefighters and oversees 24 fire stations. Chief Olsen also manages the fire department’s administrative and civilian staff.