ISP Toll Road District adds new K9 team

TOLL ROAD – The Indiana State Police Toll Road District recently added a new K-9 team to the district.

On Friday, December 4th, Trooper Logan Hensley, and his K-9 partner, Zeus, graduated from the Indiana State Police K-9 academy in Indianapolis.  Trooper Logan Hensley is a three-year ISP Veteran and has been assigned to the All Crimes Policing Team for two years. Zeus is a Belgian Malinois German Shepard mix. Zeus was previously partnered with Sgt. Tyson Waldron from the Fort Wayne District and was reassigned to Trp. Hensley after Sgt. Waldron was promoted.     

The Indiana State Police K9 Academy is 12 weeks long and held in Indianapolis. Trp. Hensley and Zeus received training in obedience, tracking, area search, building search, article search, aggression control, and narcotic detections.

Trooper Hensley and Zeus were one of eleven K-9 teams that completed the training; the other ten teams will work in various districts throughout the state. The Indiana State Police currently has 36 patrol K-9 teams and six explosive detection K-9 Teams.