Lambert promoted to ISP squad leader

From Local Sources


JASPER — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has promoted Sgt. Robbie Lambert to Jasper District squad leader.

Lambert is a Paoli native and a 1999 graduate of Paoli High School. After graduating high school, Lambert attended Vincennes University for two years where he received an associate’s degree in conservation law enforcement. Lambert then transferred to Indiana State University where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in criminology.

Lambert began his state police career in October 2005, after being selected to attend the 65th ISP Recruit Academy. After 23 weeks of arduous training, Lambert was appointed on April 9, 2006, and was assigned to the Toll Road Post where he patrolled Gary. In 2007, Lambert transferred to the Jasper Post and was assigned to Orange County.

During his career, Lambert has served as assistant team leader on the Tactical Intervention Platoon/Riot Team; served on the Jasper District Criminal Interdiction Unit and Jasper District All Crimes Policing Unit; and was a district marijuana eradication coordinator, field training officer, public information officer and K-9 operator.

Lambert has also received the department’s Life Recognition Award in 2009 and 2012 for his efforts in apprehending impaired drivers.

His new job responsibilities will include supervising troopers assigned to Orange and Crawford counties, in addition to the district’s two K-9 teams.

Lambert resides in Orange County with his family.

The Jasper District covers seven counties: Dubois, Spencer, Crawford, Daviess, Martin, Orange and Perry.

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