Jasper District Trooper Recognized for Service
Douglas Carter, Superintendent of the Indiana State Police, has recognized Master Trooper Thomas Campbell for achieving 30 years of service to the Indiana State Police.
Master Trooper Campbell is a 1979 graduate of Rivet Catholic High School in Vincennes and graduated from Vincennes University in 1981 with a degree in Law Enforcement. M/Trp. Campbell joined the State Police in 1983, graduating as a member of the 41st Recruit School. M/Trp. Campbell was assigned to the Jasper District to patrol Spencer County. In 1988, M/Trp. Campbell became a member of the original Mustang Program (now known as the High Performance Vehicle Unit), a capacity he served in for 11 years, and has additionally served as a Field Training Officer. M/Trp. Campbell has worked with the Jaycees Pioneer Kids Camp for the last 20 years, helping at-risk youth. He continues to patrol Spencer County within his current assignment.
Master Trooper Campbell resides in Spencer County with his wife Renee. They have two children, Christopher and Jessica.