Henderson promoted to Jasper Post PIOSeptember 30, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has promoted Detective David Henderson to the rank of sergeant, and named him the Jasper Post public information officer.
Henderson is an Orleans native and 1989 graduate of Orleans High School. After graduating high school, Henderson attended Vincennes University for two years, where he received an associate degree in law enforcement.
While attending Indiana University, Henderson was selected to attend the 50th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy. After 20 weeks of arduous training, his post said, Henderson was appointed on Dec. 20,1993, and was assigned to the Jasper District.
During his career, Henderson has served as a tactical intervention platoon and riot team member, a district criminal interdiction unit member, a crime scene investigator, a problem-oriented officer, a field training officer and a district detective.
Henderson’s new responsibilities will include issuing news releases on significant events, responding to media inquiries, conducting and facilitating informational programs for the public, and monitoring and maintaining the Jasper District’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Henderson resides in Orange County with his family.
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