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Date Police Exam Passed: 12 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 14 February '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 1 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 11 November '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 8 March '21
Indiana state troopers (IST) is the official law enforcement agency for the state of Indiana. On 15th April 1933, Indiana became the first state to introduce a state police force in a state-wide jurisdiction. 87 years ago, the agency was originally formed to enforce “the rules of road” and “motor vehicle laws”.
At present, Indiana state troopers are lead by the police chief, Douglas G. Carter. The chief subordinates an assistant superintendent and four deputy superintendents. The assistant superintendent holds the rank of colonel and each deputy superintendent holds the rank of lieutenant colonel with four primary duties:
3. Support services
4. Financial management
The agency is headquartered in the Indiana government center north of Indianapolis (the state capital).
The agency began its operations with just 16 officers and today it has progressed as one of the leading state police agencies in the country – now with over 1300 employees.
ISP consists of a special board, known as the “Indiana state police board (IPB)”. The primary purpose of IPB is to administer, manage and control operations of the agency with the assistance of 6 personnel, appointed by the governor. The board deals in setting the salary, compensation, and other service provisions.
Indiana state troopers undergo an in-depth selection process that takes about 7 months. Candidates must pass the Indiana state troopers test in order to be accepted for advanced training in the academy. Indiana state troopers test involves:
• Written exam: basic English language (grammar/spelling), math, and situational judgment
• Physical ability test: includes sit-ups, 300-meter run, push-ups, and 1.5-mile run
• Oral board interview: face to face interview evaluating communication skills and dynamic-style police questions
• Polygraph: lie detector test
• Background investigation: in-depth discussion about the candidate’s background (including education, crime, financial, employment etc.)
• Medical and psychological test: using assessment tools to measure existing medical status and psychological evaluation
• Toxicology: a drug screening test
Successful candidates who pass the Indiana state troopers test will be contacted to join the police academy.
Application forms for the Indiana state troopers test can be found online.
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