Master Trooper Meneou Honored for Forty Years of Service

(SELLERSBURG) – Sellersburg – Recently, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recognized Master Trooper Detective Thomas Meneou for 40 years of dedicated service. 

Master Trooper Detective Thomas Meneou

Appointed as a Trooper on December 14, 1979, Tom Meneou worked his first two years as a road Trooper assigned to the Versailles Post.  After transferring to the Sellersburg post, Meneou continued for another 26 years patrolling the roads and serving the public of the five-county Sellersburg District.  In 2008 Trooper Meneou transferred to the Special Investigations Section, specializing as a Vehicle Crimes Investigator, a position he continues to this day. 

During his career, Trooper Meneou has also served as a Vehicle Crash Reconstructionist, also serving as a vehicle crash instructor at the Indiana State Police Academy. 

Master Detective Meneou resides in Jeffersonville, IN with Sharon, his wife of 34 years.