Attorney General Tim Fox Appoints Administrator for Division of Criminal Investigation
HELENA – Attorney General Tim Fox has appointed Bryan Lockerby, a captain with the Great Falls Police Department, to lead the Division of Criminal Investigation at the Montana Department of Justice.
“I am excited that Bryan will be joining our team at the Department of Justice,” Attorney General Fox said. “His diverse law enforcement and investigative background will serve the people of Montana well.”
Bryan is a thirty-year veteran of the Great Falls Police Department. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy 200th Session, where his peers elected him class valedictorian. He has attended the FBI Intermountain Command College and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Regents University, as well as a criminal justice degree from the University of Great Falls. During his tenure with the Great Falls Police Department, he has worked in an undercover capacity with a federal drug task force, commanded the High Risk Unit, supervised the Training & Crime Preventions Unit, commanded patrol operations and currently commands the investigations bureau. Bryan has also served as state president of the Montana Police Protective Association.