Brown graduated from the Indiana State Police Recruit School in 1994 and spent his probationary year at the Lowell Post in northwest Indiana. During his second year, he transferred to the Terre Haute District, and was assigned to patrol Clay County.
He has since worked the Clay County area his entire tenure at the Terre Haute District.
Brown is a Clay County native and holds an A.S. Degree in Criminology from Indiana State University. He resides near Brazil.
A trooper is eligible for the Master Trooper rank if he or she has 15 years of service to the department as a trooper and after completing five years of service as a Senior Trooper with a satisfactory or above performance rating.
Master Trooper is the highest rank within the Trooper ranking structure and signifies the most seasoned officers.
"Master Trooper Brown is an asset to our patrol division and I congratulate him on achieving this new milestone in his career," Lt. Mike Eslinger, Commander of the Terre Haute District, said.