Indiana State Police Trooper Promoted To Sergeant
By: Mike Stiles - Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Sergeant Justin Snyder (photo courtesy of Indiana State Police)

(FORT WAYNE) – An Indiana State Police trooper has received a promotion.

ISP Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has announced the promotion of Trooper Justin Snyder, to the rank of Sergeant.

Snyder is a native of Albion, Indiana and a 2001 graduate of Central Noble High School. He attended Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Indiana Wesleyan University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice in 2017.

On March 4, 2011, Snyder graduated from the 70th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy, and was appointed as a Trooper assigned to the Fort Wayne Post. In addition to his primary road patrol duties, Snyder has served as a Field Training Officer, a Background Investigator, ISP Youth Camp counselor, Digital Media Recovery Specialist, and as an ISP Academy Instructor for RMS. Over the last three years Snyder has been a member of the Fort Wayne All-Crimes Policing Team. Off duty, Snyder has served his community as the Varsity Coach for the Churubusco Sr. High School girls (8yrs) and boys (6yrs) basketball teams.

Snyder will now be transferred from the the Fort Wayne Post, reassigned to the ISP Intelligence and Investigative Technologies Section. He will serve as a Cyber Crimes Forensic Examiner in Area II (Bremen Post and Fort Wayne Post).

Snyder currently resides in Noble County with his wife, son, daughter, and medical mission child.


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