Indiana State Police

Local News
3:01 pm
Wed December 19, 2012

Gov.-elect Pence Announces More Appointments

Indiana Governor-elect Mike Pence has announced five more appointments to leadership posts in his new administration.

Former Hamilton County Sheriff Doug Carter will be the new Superintendent of Indiana State Police. Carter was a state trooper for 18 years before retiring in 2002 and served two terms as sheriff. He’ll replace current ISP Superintendent Paul Whitesell.

Rob Carter will continue as Director of the Department of Natural Resources, a post he has held in the Daniels administration since 2006.

Local News
1:37 pm
Tue November 27, 2012

Indiana State Police Chief: Legalize and Tax Pot

The leader of Indiana State Police has no objection to legislative efforts to ease penalties for marijuana possession in the Hoosier State.    He says if it were up to him, marijuana would be legal.

When asked about the drug in a budget committee meeting, ISP Superintendent Paul Whitesell said he’s spent some 40 years trying to enforce various marijuana laws.

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