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. served two and half (2 ½) years with Rockville Police Department, four (4) years with the Hendricks County Prosecutor's Office, eleven (11) years as the Chief Deputy Sheriff, under two different sheriff's with the Parke County Sheriff's Department prior to joining the staff at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in 1998.
Lieutenant Camerer is a graduate of the seventieth (70th) Basic Session of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, the Southern Police Institute eleventh (11th) Command Officer Development Course, the Police Executive Leadership Academy (P.E.L.A.), the Rural Executive Management Institute, Asheville, North Carolina, and most recently the two hundred and thirteenth (213th) Session of the FBI National Academy.
Trained as an Emergency Medical Technician, a certified domestic violence instructor and generalist; Lieutenant Camerer is also a graduate of the Paralegal Studies program at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, and is currently studying criminology at Indiana State University.
Lieutenant Camerer's primary duties consist of being the Professional Standard's Officer, Facilities Manager, OIC of Emergency Medical Services Awareness program, and will assist with the S.T.O.P.S. program and the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (C.A.L.E.A.).