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.