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... began his service at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in 1986. Prior to that time, he worked as the marshal of Westville, Indiana for over seven (7) years and, prior to that, as a deputy marshal, park policemen, military police investigator and military policeman.
After more than ten (10) years at the Academy, then Lieutenant Lindsay began a sojourn of several years in Arizona where he worked for the U.S. Marshals Air Operations Division transporting prisoners before returning to the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy as the Deputy Director in 2006.
In addition to his instructional duties’ at the Academy, Director Lindsay has also taught criminal justice subjects as an adjunct instructor at Indiana University and the University of Indianapolis as well as in Arizona at two of their community colleges. Deputy Director Lindsay graduated from Indiana University with A.S and B.S. degrees in criminal justice and from the F.B.I. National Academy, and has completed two quarters at Ohio Northern Law School.