(BLOOMINGTON) – Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter announced the promotion of Trooper Gabriel Bault to the rank of Corporal. Corporal Bault will serve as the District Duty Officer, overseeing various line command and administrative duties at the Bloomington Post. Bault will also oversee the functional supervision of Bloomington District operations and delegate assignments to troopers working in the field.
Originally from Patricksburg, IN, Corporal Bault is a 2007 graduate of Owen Valley High School. He graduated from Indiana University in 2014 with a double major in Criminal Justice & Sociology, along with a minor in Norwegian. Bault has attended Indiana State University from 2015-2019, working toward his Masters of Science, criminal justice, and criminology degrees.
He is currently in the process to be selected for the Doctoral program at Indiana University, which would start in the Fall of 2020.
Corporal Bault also proudly served in the United States Marine Corps from 2007-2011
Corporal Bault was a member of the 76th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy and in 2016 was appointed as a trooper. He was then assigned to the Bloomington District where he served as a member of the Bloomington A.C.E.S. (Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Section) and primarily patrolled Monroe County.
Bault is married and has two children.