State Police Post Conducts Annual Inspections

State Police Post Conducts Annual Inspections


The Indiana State Police Post at Bloomington held its annual inspection and audit of personnel and equipment. Commanders inspected the uniform appearance, cruiser and equipment of all Troopers and Detectives from the Bloomington Post, as well as some officers from outside the district. The inspection/audits are held annually at all 14 Indiana State Police Districts.

Sgt. Greg Day inspecting Trooper Chris Griggs

During the audit, each officer is personally inspected for proper grooming and uniform appearance. The officer’s firearms are then examined for cleanliness and serviceability. Their police car is next and inspected for cleanliness both inside and out. Finally, all equipment issued to the officer is accounted for and examined. Those items include such things as clothing, shoes, radar, computer, camera, taser, baton, mace and any other miscellaneous equipment issued to the officer.

At the conclusion of the individual Trooper’s inspection, the results of the inspection/audit are noted by the Trooper’s immediate supervisor in the monthly observation guide and later in the employee’s yearly evaluation.

The Indiana State Police Department has a rich history in providing the best law enforcement service possible to the citizens of Indiana. To do this, the department purchases state of the art equipment for each officer and then expects him or her to take the utmost care of all issued equipment.