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A sergeant at the Indiana State Police Jasper Post is getting recognized for over two decades of service.

 

Sergeant Chad Dick was recently awarded a framed certificate and a longevity pin for his uniform for achieving 25 years of service with the Indiana State Police.

 

Sergeant Dick graduated from the 53rd ISP Recruit School in 1995. 

 

The Newton County native grew up in Kentland and graduated from South Newton High School in 1992.

 

He attended both Vincennes University and Indiana State University and studied Law Enforcement/Criminology until being hired by the Indiana State Police in August 1995.

 

After graduating, he was assigned to the Toll Road Post and served as a road trooper before transferring to the Jasper Post in 1997. 

 

Sergeant Dick was then promoted to Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer in 2005, promoted to Public Information Officer/Recruitment Sergeant in 2007, and again promoted to District Squad Leader in 2013 at the Jasper Post.

 

Sergeant Dick, his wife, and their two children reside in Dubois County.

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