A North Judson native is among five new troopers being assigned to the Indiana State Police Lowell Post. Corey Adam recently graduated as part of the 75th class of the Indiana State Police Academy. He and four other probationary troopers are now starting their three months of field training alongside veteran officers at the Lowell Post.
Adam is a graduate of North Judson-San Pierre High School and served three years of active duty in the U.S. Army as a chemical specialist. He’s currently an active member of the Indiana National Guard military police. Also recently assigned to the Lowell post is Probationary Trooper James Brasseur. He’s a Portage native who’s currently studying criminal justice at Purdue. Probationary Trooper Robert Crowder III, also of Portage, owned a business in Hobart before joining the state police. The two other new troopers are Brandon Alberts of Peru and Will Carlson, originally of Chicago.
While at the State Police Academy, the new troopers received about 929 hours of training in law enforcement techniques and investigation skills. The Indiana State Police Academy is accepting applications for its next class until January 6. Click here for more information.