Last Updated on March 5, 2017 by cassnetwork
Indianapolis – Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recently announced the promotion of Captain Ed Schroder to the rank of major. In his new assignment, Schroder will serve as the north zone commander for the Indiana State Police. The north zone consist of Indiana State Police posts at Lowell, Lafayette, Peru, Toll Road, Ft. Wayne, and Bremen.
Prior to his promotion, Schroder, a 29-year veteran of the department, served approximately 12 years as 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 at the Peru District, where he patrolled primarily in Cass County. He has served as corporal, first sergeant, and lieutenant for the district. Additionally, Schroder worked as a problem oriented policing sergeant and served as a member of the Underwater Search and Rescue Team for 13 years.
Schroder graduated from DePauw University and has completed the Northwestern Traffic Institute and the FBI National Academy. He and his wife, Kim, have three sons and live in Cass County.
SOURCE: News release from Indiana State Police