ELKHART CO. – Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recently announced the promotion of Senior Trooper Andrew Inczauskis to the position of Corporal at the Toll Road Post. Corporal Inczauskis earned this promotion through written testing and a competitive interview process.
In this new assignment, Corporal Inczauskis will oversee late-night State Police operations for the Toll Road and Bremen Districts, both of which are dispatched out of the ISP Regional Dispatch Center in Bristol.
Inczauskis is a native of Reddick, IL, and graduated from Herscher High School in 2001. Following high school, Inczauskis served six years of active duty with the United States Air Force. His career with the Indiana State Police began in 2007 as a member of the 68th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy that graduated in December of 2007.
Inczauskis has spent his entire ISP career assigned to the Toll Road Post. During his tenure he has served as a Field Training Officer (FTO), Crash Reconstructionist, Background Investigator, and has Level 1 MCSAP certification in commercial motor vehicle inspections. Inczauskis was also chosen as the 2014 Trooper of the District for the Toll Road Post.
Inczauskis lives with his family in Elkhart County.