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Indiana State Police Abbreviation ISP Indiana State Police patch Motto Integrity, Service, Professionalism Agency overview Formed 1933 Preceding agency Indiana Motor Vehicle Police Employees 1,874 (2009) Legal personality Governmental: Government agency Jurisdictional structure Operations jurisdiction* State of Indiana, USA Size 36,418 sq mi (94,321 km²) Population 6,345,289 (2007 est.)[1] Legal jurisdiction Statewide Governing body Governor of Indiana General nature Law enforcement Civilian police Operational structure Overviewed by Indiana State Police Board Headquarters 100 North Senate Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana Troopers 1,292 (2009)[2] Civilians 582 (2009)[2] Agency executive Paul E. Whitesell, Ph.D., Superintendent Facilities Districts 14 13 - Lowell 14 - Lafayette 16 - Peru 21 - Toll Road 22 - Fort Wayne 24 - Bremen 33 - Bloomington 34 - Jasper 35 - Evansville 42 - Versailles 45 - Sellersburg 51 - Pendleton 52 - Indianapolis 53 - Putnamville Website http://www.in.gov/isp/ Footnotes * Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction. The Indiana State Police is the statewide law enforcement agency for the state of Indiana. Indiana was the 12th state to offer protection to its citizens with a state police force. Contents 1 History 2 Indiana State Police Board 3 Organization 4 List of ISP Superintendents 5 Rank structure 6 Demographics 7 Equipment 7.1 Aircraft 7.2 Service weapons 7.3 Vehicles 8 Indiana State Police districts 9 Fallen Officers 9.1 Notes 10 Breathalyzer 11 See also 12 Bibliography 13 References 14 External links History In July 1921, the Indiana legislature created a 16-man Motor Vehicle Police Force becoming the first law enforcement agency in the state to have statewide jurisdiction to enforce traffic laws, although they had only "limited" authority and were only authorized to enforce the "rules of the road" and motor vehicle laws. In 1933, the Indiana State Police was formed largely consisting of basically untrained, ill-equipped traffic officers left over from the Motor Vehicle Police. The first formal "academy" began July 15, 1935 and consisted of between 80 and 100 candidates. It was not until 1976 that the academy graduated its first female troopers. [3] Indiana State Police Board The Indiana State Police Board administers, manages and controls the operation of the agency including the setting of salaries and compensation, with the approval of the governor and may review disciplinary action taken against a state police employee by the superintendent. The ISP board consists of six civilian members who are appointed by the governor and must be a permanent resident of one of six geographical regions of the state from which they are appointed. Members serve staggered, four-year terms and no more than three may belong to the same political party.[4] Organization The Indiana State Police is currently led by Superintendent Paul E. Whitesell, Ph.D., whose position is appointed by the governor. His command staff includes an assistant superintendent who holds the rank of colonel and four deputy superintendents, each holding the rank of lieutenant colonel who manage four primary areas of responsibility:[2] Financial Management includes the Fiscal Division and Logistics Division. Support Services includes the Criminal Justice Data Division, Laboratory Division, Records Division and Public Information Office. Investigations includes the Office of Professional Standards, Training Division and Criminal Investigation Division. Enforcement includes the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, Human Resources Division and Operations Support Division. Enforcement operations throughout the state is the responsibility of a north zone and a south zone commander, which is further composed of five separate areas, each commanded by a captain. These areas are divided into 14 districts, covering from four to 11 counties each and are commanded by a lieutenant. List of ISP Superintendents Robert T. Humes (1921–1930)† Grover C. Garrott (1930–1933)† Albert G. Feeney (1933–1935) Donald F. Stiver (1935–1944) Austin R. Killian (1945–1947) Robert R. Rossow (1947–1949) Arthur M. Thurston (1949–1952) Robert A. O'Neal (1952–1953) Frank A. Jessup (1953–1957) Harold S. Zeis (1957–1961) John J. Barton (1961–1963) George A. Everett (1963–1965) Robert A. O'Neal (1965–1968) Arthur R. Raney, Jr. (1968–1969) Robert K. Konkle (1969–1973) Robert L. DeBard (1973–1977) John T. Shettle (1977–1987) Larry D. Furnas (1987–1989) Lloyd R. Jennings (1989–1997) Melvin J. Carraway (1997–2005) Paul E. Whitesell, Ph.D. (2005– )  † Chief of the Indiana Motor Vehicle Police Rank structure The agency's rank structure is as follows (from highest to lowest): Title Insignia Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Sergeant Major First Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Trooper Probationary Trooper Trooper Trainee (Recruit) Troopers with 10 and 15 years of service are referred to as a Senior Trooper and a Master Trooper respectively, resulting in salary increases, but are not considered ranks. As of July 2008, the starting salary for a trooper is $40,100 upon completion of a one-year probation.[5] Demographics Demographics comparison ISP[6] Indiana[7] Male 95% 49.1% Female 5% 50.9% White 91% 87.5% African-American 7% 8.4% Hispanic 1% 3.5% Asian 0% 1.0% Equipment Aircraft In 1948, the Indiana State Police acquired a Navion airplane. Aircraft continued to be utilized throughout the 1950s and the Aviation Section continued to grow having helicopters introduced into the air fleet. Today, the Indiana State Police have three fixed-wing aircraft, two helicopters and six pilots used for law enforcement throughout the state which are maintained by the Aviation Section of the Operations Support Division. According to FAA records, aircraft currently registered to the agency include a Cessna 172N N91SP, a Cessna 172P N193SP and a Raytheon B200 N264SP. Helicopters currently registered include a Bell 206B N95SP and a Bell 206L-3 N54SP. [3] Service weapons Glock 17 Remington 870 Vehicles Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Dodge Charger 2008 Ford Mustang GT 2000-2007 Ford Taurus 2000-2006 Chevrolet Tahoe GMT 800 LS (unmarked with custom/aftermarket large-size wheels) Indiana State Police districts Area District Post Counties Covered I 13 Lowell Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Newton, Porter, Pulaski and Starke I 14 Lafayette Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren and White I 16 Peru Cass, Fulton, Grant, Howard, Miami, Tipton and Wabash II 21 Toll Road Indiana Toll Road II 22 Fort Wayne Adams, Allen, Blackford, DeKalb, Huntington, Jay, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wells and Whitley II 24 Bremen Elkhart, Kosciusko, Marshall and St. Joseph III 33 Bloomington Brown, Greene, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen III 34 Jasper Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Martin, Orange, Perry and Spencer III 35 Evansville Gibson, Knox, Pike, Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick IV 42 Versailles Bartholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland IV 45 Sellersburg Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington V 51 Pendleton Delaware, Fayette, Henry, Madison, Randolph, Rush, Union and Wayne V 52 Indianapolis Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion and Shelby V 53 Putnamville Clay, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo Fallen Officers In the history of the Indiana State Police, 43 troopers and three civilian employees have died in the line of duty. The agency honors its personnel who have given the ultimate sacrifice at its own memorial[8] consisting of an eternal flame and three granite tablets inscribed with their names at a site located on the east side of Indianapolis just off of Post Road at Interstate 70. Their troopers are also honored on the Indiana Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Memorial located at Government Way and Senate Avenue in Indianapolis which was dedicated in 2001 to the memory of the state's fallen public safety officers as well as in Washington at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial which honors the nation's law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and was dedicated in 1991. Name Date of death Age Tenure Cause of death Notes Teague ! Trooper Eugene Teague 12-20-1933 24 0.5 !6 months Gunfire [A] Minneman ! Trooper Paul V. Minneman 05-27-1937 33 01.66 !1 year, 8 months Gunfire [B] Dixon ! Trooper William R. Dixon 06-28-1938 28 02.75 !2 years, 9 months Gunfire [C] Forster ! Trooper George A. Forster 05-17-1941 25 02.66 !2 years, 8 months Automobile accident England ! Trooper Richard F. England 04-22-1942 31 06.25 !6 years, 3 months Automobile accident Smith ! Trooper Herbert W. Smith 12-05-1946 29 04.08 !4 years, 1 month Gunfire Clevenger ! Trooper Robert E. Clevenger 09-08-1953 22 01 !1 year Vehicle pursuit Roush ! Sergeant Hubert E. Roush 01-26-1955 39 02.33 !2 years, 4 months Automobile accident BrownE ! Trooper Earl L. Brown 08-31-1955 42 14.83 !14 years, 10 months Gunfire Miller ! Sergeant John R. Miller 09-05-1955 35 14 !14 years Aircraft accident Turner ! Trooper Donald R. Turner 01-28-1956 37 09.16 !9 years, 2 months Struck by vehicle Walts ! First Sergeant Marvin E. Walts 03-18-1957 47 19.5 !19 years, 6 months Gunfire Kellems ! Trooper William R. Kellems 09-30-1957 27 0.83 !10 months Gunfire Powell ! Trooper John H. Powell 02-27-1959 27 04.16 !4 years, 2 months Struck by vehicle Garrison ! Trooper Robert J. Garrison 12-14-1959 27 04.16 !4 years, 2 months Automobile accident Gillespie ! Trooper Robert C. Gillespie 06-08-1962 33 11.75 !11 years, 9 months Automobile accident Kieser ! Trooper William F. Kieser 03-09-1965 37 06.91 !6 years, 11 months Gunfire Mills ! Trooper Oscar E. Mills 04-12-1966 35 02.16 !2 years, 2 months Vehicle pursuit [D] Rayner ! Trooper William R. Rayner 12-18-1966 30 08.25 !8 years, 3 months Gunfire BrownR ! Trooper Richard G. Brown 09-27-1967 40 12.33 !12 years, 4 months Struck by vehicle Lietzan ! Trooper Robert O. Lietzan 03-30-1969 31 07.58 !7 years, 7 months Gunfire Campbell ! Sergeant George W. Campbell 06-18-1969 44 18.83 !18 years, 10 months Heart attack Streu ! Trooper John J. Streu 02-20-1971 25 0.83 !10 months Gunfire [E] Hosier ! Sergeant Glen R. Hosier 04-26-1971 44 15.91 !15 years, 11 months Gunfire Trees ! Trooper William J. Trees 06-26-1972 28 03.75 !3 years, 9 months Vehicle pursuit Meyer ! Trooper Lawrence B. Meyer 02-02-1974 37 05.41 !5 years, 5 months Heart attack Phillips ! Trooper Lewis E. Phillips 04-16-1975 26 02.08 !2 years, 1 month Automobile accident Jones ! Trooper Roy E. Jones 07-03-1979 31 02.66 !2 years, 8 months Automobile accident Lather ! Trooper Robert J. Lather II 07-06-1982 30 07.5 !7 years, 6 months Vehicular assault Bailey ! Trooper Steven L. Bailey 12-10-1983 29 05 !5 years Gunfire (Accidental) Hatfull ! Sergeant John E. Hatfull 04-13-1987 45 14.16 !14 years, 2 months Gunfire Greene ! Master Trooper Michael E. Greene 02-05-1993 43 16.58 !16 years, 7 months Gunfire Burman ! Trooper Todd A. Burman 06-29-1993 28 02.58 !2 years, 7 months Gunfire Reed !Master Motor Carrier Inspector Ralph R. Reed Jr. 08-03-1995 48 27.25 !27 years, 3 months Struck by vehicle [F] Epperson !DNA Supervisor Kimberly S. Epperson 11-16-1995 36 10.75 !10 years, 9 months Automobile accident [F] Winzenread ! Trooper Andrew P. Winzenread 04-25-1997 26 02.33 !2 years, 4 months Struck by vehicle Bartram ! Senior Trooper James P. Bartram 03-31-1998 37 10.25 !10 years, 3 months Automobile accident Deuter ! Master Trooper David A. Deuter 07-16-1998 49 26.25 !26 years, 3 months Struck by vehicle Gaston ! Trooper Richard T. Gaston 03-04-1999 29 0.16 !2 months Vehicular assault Elson ! Trooper Cory R. Elson 04-03-1999 26 0.25 !3 months Gunfire Beal ! Trooper Jason E. Beal 01-15-2000 24 01.08 !1 year, 1 month Struck by vehicle [G] Patrick ! Trooper Scott A. Patrick 12-22-2003 27 03.41 !3 years, 5 months Gunfire Dudley ! Lieutenant Gary E. Dudley 08-22-2006 51 26.66 !26 years, 8 months Struck by vehicle [H] Rich ! Master Trooper David E. Rich 07-05-2007 41 17.58 !17 years, 7 months Gunfire Barrett ! Trooper Daniel R. Barrett 01-27-2008 25 0.5 !6 months Automobile accident Pitcher !Master Motor Carrier Inspector Robert E. Pitcher 09-26-2010 64 22.16 !22 years, 2 months Automobile accident [F] Notes A Trooper Teague was killed out-of-state in Paris, Edgar County, Illinois. B Trooper Minneman survived two days after his incident took place. C Trooper Dixon survived two days after his incident took place. D Trooper Mills survived eight years, 133 days after his incident took place. E Marshal James Larimer of the St. John, Indiana, Police Department was also killed in this incident. F A civilian employee who does not meet criteria for inclusion on the NLEOM.[9] G Trooper Beal survived three days after his incident took place. H Deputy Chief Gary L. Martin of the Lake County, Indiana, Sheriff's Department was also killed in this incident. Breathalyzer The Indiana State Police was the first law enforcement agency in North America to have authorized the use of the famed "Drunk-o-meter", a chemical test to determine levels of alcohol intoxication, which was invented in 1938 by Rolla N. Harger, M.D., a professor at Indiana University.[10] In 1954, an improved version of the device followed and was called the Breathalyzer, invented by Indiana State Police Captain Robert F. Borkenstein in collaboration with Dr. Harger.[11] This successful device has since been used by police agencies to assess alcohol impairment in drunken driving offenses. See also Indiana portal Law enforcement/Law enforcement topics portal List of law enforcement agencies in Indiana State police State patrol Highway patrol Bibliography Indiana Troopers Association (2009), Indiana State Police 75th Anniversary Historical Book, Evansville, Ind.: M.T. Publishing Company, Inc., ISBN 978-1-934729-22-9  Olsen, Marilyn B. (2001), Gangsters, Gunfire and Political Intrigue: The Story of the Indiana State Police, Indianapolis: .38 Special Press, ISBN 0-9675749-3-5  Kellner, Esther (1983), Fifty years of service: The story of the Indiana State Police for their 50th anniversary 1933–1983, Cambridge City, Ind.: Optimist-Indiana State Police Respect for Law Camp, ASIN B0006YDTCG  References ^ http://www.census.gov/popest/states/NST-ann-est.html 2007 Population Estimates ^ a b c Indiana State Police 2009 Annual Report. Accessed March 2, 2011. ^ a b History of the Indiana State Police. Retrieved May 25, 2011. ^ Indiana Code §10-11-2 ^ Indiana State Police Sworn Pay Matrix (7-2008). Accessed August 9, 2008. ^ Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 2000: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers ^ 2000 US Census - Indiana ^ Indiana State Police - In Memoriam ^ National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund criteria ^ The Drunkometer ^ History of the Breathalyzer External links Indiana.gov Indiana State Police Indiana Troopers Association Indiana State Police Alliance v · d · e Government of Indiana Indiana Statehouse • Indianapolis (capital) Executive Governor • Previous Governors • Lieutenant Governor • Attorney General • Auditor • Secretary of State • Treasurer • Superintendent of Public Instruction Legislature General Assembly • Senate • House of Representatives • Speaker of the House Judiciary Supreme Court • Court of Appeals • Tax Court • Circuit Court • Judicial Nominating Commission Departments Administration • Education • Health • Natural Resources • State Police • Transportation Local government County government • Township government • City government • Town government Law Constitution • Indiana Code • Indiana Day • Taxation v · d · eHighway patrol/State police in the United States See also: Law enforcement in the United States and Highway patrol States Alabama • Alaska • Arizona • Arkansas • California • Colorado • Connecticut • Delaware • Florida • Georgia • Idaho • Illinois • Indiana • Iowa • Kansas • Kentucky • Louisiana • Maine • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Mississippi • Missouri • Montana • Nebraska • Nevada • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • North Carolina • North Dakota • Ohio • Oklahoma • Oregon • Pennsylvania • Rhode Island • South Carolina • South Dakota • Tennessee • Texas • Utah • Vermont • Virginia • Washington • West Virginia • Wisconsin • Wyoming Federal District District of Columbia Insular areas American Samoa • Guam • Northern Mariana Islands • Puerto Rico • U.S. Virgin Islands