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Putnamville ISP troopers honored for service

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Indiana State Police Putnamville District Troopers recently honored included (front, from left) Master Trooper Todd Brown, Senior Trooper DuJuan McFadden, Master Trooper Jason Owen, Senior Trooper Joe Rutledge, (back) Lt. Dan Jones, Master Trooper Polly Blackburn, Master Trooper Hans Nowak, Trooper Adam Edwards and Master Trooper Don Anglin. Not pictured: Trooper Mike Finney.
PUTNAMVILLE -- During a recent post meeting at the Indiana State Police Putnamville District, Lt. Dan Jones, Commander of the post, presented awards and recognized several individual troopers on their recent achievements.

Safe Driving awards were presented to Master Trooper Todd Brown of Clay County and Senior Trooper DuJuan McFadden of Hendricks County for achieving 500,000 safe driving miles.

The award was presented to the troopers for not having a preventable automobile crash in 500,000 miles while operating their department patrol vehicles.

Master Trooper Hans Nowak received his years of service certificate and recognition for 20 years of service to the department and citizens of the state.

Senior Troopers Don Anglin, Polly Blackburn and Jason Owen received their new rank of Master Trooper, which is the highest of the trooper ranks. The receiving troopers achieved their new ranks from their previous rank of Senior Trooper by having a satisfactory or above performance evaluation and 15 years of longevity as a trooper.

Trooper Joe Rutledge received his new rank of Senior Trooper. He achieved this by having a satisfactory or above performance evaluation and 10 years of longevity as a trooper.

In addition, Troopers Adam Edwards and Mike Finney each received their five-year longevity award.

"This group of individuals is just a small representation of the great work performed by our entire staff," Jones said.

"I commend them all for their dedicated service and for a job well done."

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Congratulations to all and continued success!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Fri, Nov 4, 2011, at 12:39 PM

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