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Two Probationary Troopers Start Solo Patrol In ISP Sellersburg District
Updated March 15, 2016 6:49 AM | Filed under: Crime
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Trooper Tatum K. Rohlfing
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Trooper Zachary B. Lavey

(UNDATED) - 46 probationary troopers from the 75th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy were issued their state police cars at the Indiana State Police Indianapolis District.

Two of the officers are assigned to the Indiana State Police Sellersburg Post and will start solo patrol in the district which covers Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington Counties.

The probationary officers recently completed a three month field training period while assigned with veteran troopers. They will serve a one year probationary period before attaining permanent status as a trooper. While in the academy, the new officers received approximately 929 hours of training in law enforcement techniques including criminal law, vehicle operations training, psychology, and "Survival Spanish." They also developed skills in criminal investigation, vehicle crash investigation, and impaired driver prevention and detection.

Probationary troopers assigned to the Indiana State Police Sellersburg Post are Probationary Trooper Zachary B. Lavey and Probationary Trooper Tatum K. Rohlfing. Zachary is a native of Newark, New York and will patrol primarily in Scott County. Tatum is a native of New Albany, Indiana, and will also be patrolling primarily in Scott County.



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