State trooper assigned to cyber crime

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter recently promoted Senior Trooper Scott Krueger to the rank of sergeant to serve as the Special Investigation Command, Cyber Crime and Investigative Technologies Section for Area 1. Sgt. Krueger is a native of Jasper County and a graduate of Kankakee Valley High School. He received an associate degree from Purdue University in computer graphics technology and is currently completing his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Oakland City University. In December 2000, Krueger graduated from the Indiana State Police Recruit Academy and was assigned to the Lowell District 13 post, where he worked southern Lake, Newton and Jasper counties. He was reassigned in 2004 to gaming as a detective until 2005, when he came back to the Lowell post and worked Jasper and Newton counties. In 2007, he was assigned temporary duty with the Criminal Investigation Division, and in 2008 went to the Gang Response Investigative Team where he served until his promotion. Krueger was on the Tactical Platoon Intervention and was a member of the Emergency Response Team. He is also the Area 1 Director for the Indiana State Police Alliance, which covers Lowell, Lafayette and Peru districts. Krueger resides in Jasper County […]

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