Indiana State Police District 42
Versailles, Indiana receives it's new State Police Commander.
On Monday, February 20th, ISP Superintendent Douglas Carter announced that Sergeant Paul Adams is being promoted to Lieutenant and serve as the District Commander for the Versailles area.
Adams is a 1988 graduate of Seymour High School and then graduated from Indiana University Southeast with a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education.
In 1995, he graduated from the Indiana State Police Academy and was assigned a trooper in the Seymour District.
In 1999, he was re-assigned as a detective in Jefferson County in the Versailles District.
Then in 2004, Lt. Adams was again re-assigned to the Indiana State Police Gaming Division at Belterra Casino in Vevay where he served as a Gaming Enforcement Detective.
And in 2006, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant where he supervised troopers in the Versailles District until his current promotion.
His new job will be tasked with supervising all troopers, as well as civilian personnel who work out of the Versailles District of the Indiana State Police. The Versailles District covers ten counties in Southeast Indiana.
Lt. Adams was selected after competing in a competitive Indiana State Police promotion process, which included a written examination and oral interview.