BLOOMINGTON – Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter recently announced the promotion of Region III Dispatcher Tracy L. Young to Dispatch Supervisor to serve at the Bloomington Regional Dispatch Center. She was chosen after a competitive promotion process that included a structured interview and review of her overall work performance.
Tracy’s primary responsibilities will be to supervise Regional Dispatch Center personnel on assigned shifts which include evaluating performance, training, and scheduling subordinate personnel. She will also ensure shift dispatchers maintain constant contact with Troopers in the field and keep the post commander aware of all activity. Supervisor Young will also assist the Regional Dispatch Center Manager in daily operations and manage 911 and other emergency calls processed by dispatchers.
The Region III Dispatch Center in Bloomington currently serves the Jasper, Evansville, and Bloomington Districts.
A native of Vincennes and current Bloomington resident, Young graduated from Vincennes Lincoln High School and has two degrees from Harrison College (Business Management and Medical Reimbursement). She was hired by the Indiana State Police as a dispatcher in 2015 and has served the Region III area since.
Prior to starting with ISP, Tracy worked as a Dispatcher for the Washington, IN Police Department and the Vincennes University Police Department. She also worked as a Tech Dispatcher for Comcast (Xfinity) and as a Certification Coordinator with IU Health Bloomington Hospital.
Tracy is married to Michael Reed and has four adult children, Dylan, Phoenix, Ender, and Rosalie.