Peru – Recently, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter, announced the promotion of Detective Josh Rozzi to the rank of detective sergeant. Sergeant Rozzi earned his promotion through written testing, a competitive oral interview process, and overall job evaluation rating. He will serve as an investigative squad leader supervising trooper detectives who work from the Indiana State Peru Post.
Prior to his new assignment, Rozzi, an eleven-year veteran of the department, served seven years as a field detective working from the Indiana State Police Peru Post. Preceding becoming a detective, Rozzi worked road patrol duties, from the Peru Post, primarily in Cass and Tipton Counties. Before beginning his career with the Indiana State Police, Rozzi served nine years, as a correctional officer, with the Indiana Department of Correction.
Sergeant Rozzi, a 1995 graduate of Logansport High School, has an associate degree in criminal justice from Indiana University Kokomo.
Rozzi resides in Cass County with his three children.
The Indiana State Police Peru District includes Cass, Fulton, Grant, Howard, Miami, Tipton, and Wabash Counties.
SOURCE: News release from Indiana State Police