ISP Major Recognized for 30 Years of Service to the Department
Indianapolis – Recently, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recognized Major Ed Schroder for 30 years of service on the Indiana State Police Department. Schroder was presented a certificate honoring his three decades of service to the citizens and visitors of Indiana.
Major Schroder is currently the north zone commander for the Indiana State Police. The north zone consist of the Indiana State Police posts at Lowell, Lafayette, Peru, Toll Road, Ft. Wayne, and Bremen. Schroder oversees the approximately 350 police and civilian personnel who work from those posts.
Prior to his current assignment, Schroder served approximately 12 years as the captain of the Indiana State Police’s Area I. The Indiana State Police posts at Peru, Lafayette, and Lowell make up Area I.
Schroder began his career in December of 1987 at the Indiana State Police Peru District, where he patrolled primarily in Cass County. Schroder has served as a corporal, a first sergeant, and a lieutenant for the district. Additionally, Schroder worked as a problem oriented policing sergeant and served 13 years on the Indiana State Police Underwater Search and Rescue Team.
Schroder is a graduate of DePauw University and has completed the Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. He is also a graduate of the 189th session of the FBI National Academy. Major Schroder and his wife, Kim, have three sons and reside in Cass County.
SOURCE: News release from Indiana State Police