Senior trooper assigned to policing teamDecember 2, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — Indiana State Police Jasper District Commander Lt. Jason Allen has reassigned Senior Trooper Patrick Stinson to serve on the Jasper District’s All Crimes Policing Team.
Allen says Stinson comes to the team with 11 years of service to the citizens of Indiana.
Stinson’s new job responsibilities will include identifying and apprehending high-risk wanted persons and supporting state police and local law enforcement investigators in obtaining intelligence to support criminal investigations, in addition to highway drug interdiction.
With the addition of Stinson, the Jasper District’s All Crimes Policing Team grows to four troopers. The remaining team members are Master Trooper Trey Lytton and Troopers Connor Giesler and Noah Ewing.
“As always,” Allen said in announcing the assignment, “we very much appreciate and rely upon the support from members of our communities. You can anonymously contact the Jasper Post at any time at 812-482-1441 if you wish to report wanted persons or criminal activity.”
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