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U.S. Marshals Service

District of South Dakota

United States Marshal Warren D. Anderson (April 2002 - October 2010)

Warren D. Anderson, United States Marshal

Warren D. Anderson

Warren D. Anderson was nominated by President George W Bush to serve as the United States Marshal for the District of South Dakota. His nomination was confirmed by the U. S. Senate and he took his oath of Office on April 26, 2002. Warren is a lifelong South Dakota resident.

Warren began his law enforcement career with the South Dakota Highway Patrol on November 18, 1974. He subsequently worked as a trooper, Field Sergeant, Administrative Sergeant, Field Lieutenant and District Commander before retiring after more than 26 years of service.

Warren is currently serving on the Operations Review Panel for the U. S. Marshals headquarters in Arlington, VA. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, SD Peace Officers Association and the South Dakota Highway Patrol Retirees Association.

Warren is a member and holds several board of director positions for many community service organizations.

Historical Listing of United States Marshals for the District of South Dakota
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