ND State Radio director to retire
BISMARCK – Mike Lynk, director of North Dakota State Radio, has announced plans to retire on June 30, according to a news release from N.D. Department of Emergency Services.
Mike Lynk was appointed director of State Radio on January 7, 2009. He previously served as a special agent with the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, both as an investigator and more recently as the coordinator of the North Dakota Fusion Center. Lynk has a strong background in law enforcement and security and has worked as a patrol officer for the City of Beulah, for K-9 Security in Grand Forks and since 1999 has worked security for the Minnesota Vikings Training Camp in Mankato, Minn., most recently as on-field supervisor.
During his time at State Radio, Lynk made upgrading technology a high priority in order to better serve the citizens of North Dakota in their greatest time of need.