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  1. Subscribe to Lafayette District News! Click the link below and subscribe to receive news and alerts directly from your ISP district. Lafayette District News from GovDelivery. Tweets by ISPLafayette. Lafayette District 14 Commander. 5921 State Road 43 North West Lafayette, IN 47906 765-567-2125 800-382-7537. Lt. Thomas W. McKee

  2. Indiana State Police. SEARCH. ... Around the State; District 13 – Lowell; District 14 – Lafayette ... Find the number for the State Police post in my district ;

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  4. Lafayette, Indiana Population 2021 (Demographics, Maps, Graphs)

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    Lafayette Language. 87.00% of Lafayette residents speak only English, while 13.00% speak other languages. The non-English language spoken by the largest group is Spanish, which is spoken by 10.19% of the population.

  5. ISP: Indiana State Police Posts - IN.gov

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    The current Indiana State Police Department is broken down by geographical districts. Each district encompasses a certain number of counties. Today there are 14 districts throughout the state, plus headquarters; but in the early days there were far fewer districts. Originally there existed the North District, located in a house in Tremont in Porter County. The Central District was located in the basement of the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis. The South District was located in a house in Seymour. In addition, Post 1 was located in Michigan City sometime before 1937; Post 2 was located in Ligonier; Post 3 was in Lafayette; Post 4 was in Anderson; Post 5 was originally located in Rockville and by 1938 moved to Putnamville; Post 6 was originally located in Rushville but moved to Connersville by 1938; Post 7 was located in Seymour and Post 8 was originally located in Evansville but moved to Jasper in 1938.

    By 1941, a realignment of districts that created some change in locations. There were nine districts, plus headquarters. The districts at that time consisted of Post 1 at Dunes Park (in Chesterton, IN), Post 2 at Ligonier, Post 3 at Lafayette, Post 4 at Pendleton, Post 5 at Putnamville, Post 6 at Connersville, Post 7 at Seymour, Post 8 at Jasper, and Post 11 at Charlestown, along with Headquarters located in Indianapolis. Those districts remained in place until 1953 when Superintendent Frank Jessup began a move to decentralize the districts which created nine sub-districts. Currently, 14 state police districts include Lowell, Lafayette, Peru, Toll Road, Ft. Wayne, Bremen, Bloomington, Jasper, Evansville, Versailles, Sellersburg, Pendleton, Indianapolis, and Putnamville with General Headquarters being located in the Indiana Government Center Complex in Indianapolis.

    The purpose behind Superintendent Jessups decentralization effort was an attempt to realign the counties and reduce the sizes of the existing 10 districts into more manageable units of four or five counties. The decentralization effort was pretty much completed by the end of 1959. The sub-districts added included Post 1A in South Bend, Post 1B in Schererville, Post 2A in Ft. Wayne, Post 3A in Peru, Post 3B in Kentland, Post 4A in Redkey, Post 5A in Terre Haute, Post 6A in Versailles, Post 7A in Bloomington, and Post 8A in Evansville. The sub-district program continued and in 1965 Post 10 (Toll Road) was commissioned. LaPorte became Post 10A and LaGrange became Post 10B giving the Indiana State Police 11 districts and 11 sub-districts. In 1971 the districts were organized into area commands and the posts were renumbered and there were no longer any sub-districts.

    The technological advancements of police vehicle in-car computers and the use of electronic traffic citations have greatly reduced, and in some cases eliminated, the need for state police officers to report to an office location to turn in paperwork. Because of these advancements in technology, some of the district locations have been consolidated. In 2010, the Seymour, Terre Haute, Connersville and Redkey districts merged with other post locations.

  6. U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Lafayette city, Indiana

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    QuickFacts Lafayette city, Indiana. QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.

  7. The Indiana State Police are requesting information on the following cold cases within the Lafayette District. Click on a victim's name to display the case information. Anyone with information concerning any of these cases, please contact: Indiana State Police District Investigative Commander 5921 State Road 43 North West Lafayette, IN 47906

  8. The Mission of the Indiana State Police is to protect life and property within the State of Indiana from all threats, foreign and domestic, to investigate and deter crime, and to promote roadway safety by upholding the laws of the State of Indiana. By partnering with federal, state, and local agencies, the Indiana State Police will accomplish ...

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  10. Lafayette, Indiana - Wikipedia

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    Lafayette (/ ˌ l ɑː f iː ˈ ɛ t, ˌ l æ f-/ LAH-fee-ET, LAF-ee-ET) is a city in and the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States, located 63 miles (101 km) northwest of Indianapolis and 105 miles (169 km) southeast of Chicago.

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