ISP Recognizes Andry for 30-Years of Service
Sergeant Paul Andry has been recognized by Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter for achieving 30 years of service to the Indiana State Police.
Sgt. Andry graduated as a member of the 41st Indiana State Police Recruit School in December, 1983 after first attending Vincennes University and the University of Evansville. Sgt. Andry was initially assigned to the Evansville District to serve as a trooper covering Pike County, and was promoted to Detective for the Evansville Post in 1985. In 1986, Sgt. Andry was assigned as an undercover officer, and has served as a narcotics detective in various capacities since. Sgt. Andry is currently assigned as the south zone sergeant over the ISP Methamphetamine Suppression Section, where he oversees field operation of the MSS units.
Sgt. Andry resides in his home town of Paoli with his wife Laurie Jo. They have five sons: ISP Trooper Shane Staggs, Cameron Andry, Cory Andry, Calyle Andry, and Caleb Andry, which, as he describes, is hopefully a future Trooper.