ISP Master Trooper Scott P. Keegan promoted to Sergeant

MADISON CO. – Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has announced the promotion of Master Trooper Scott P. Keegan to the rank of Sergeant.  He will serve as the Public Information Officer for the Indiana State Police Pendleton Post.

Master Trooper Sgt. Scott P. Keegan

Keegan is a native of Pendleton, Indiana and graduated from Pendleton Heights High School in 1999.  Keegan went on to attend Hanover College and earned a Bachelor of Art degree in Psychology in 2003.

Keegan graduated from the 64th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy in 2004 and was appointed as a Trooper assigned to the Lafayette Post.  Keegan transferred back to the Pendleton post in 2008.  Keegan has been assigned as a patrol unit for the last 14 years until his promotion to Sergeant.

During his 18-year career, Keegan has served as a member of the Crash Reconstruction Team, a firearms and defensive tactics instructor, Tactical Intervention Platoon, and as a Field Training Officer.

In 2019, Master Trooper Keegan received a commendation for his life saving action performed on a choking female.

Sergeant Keegan resides in Madison County with his wife Amanda and his two daughters Quinn and Ashtyn.