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  • A Silver Alert has been declared 019-2021
    February 22, 2021 03:46:52 am

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    Indiana Silver Alert

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    CONTACT:
    Monroe County Sheriff’s Department
    812-349-2780

    February 22. 2021

    FOR RELEASE UPON RECEIPT

    Daniel Horn  

    Daniel Horn

    A Statewide Silver Alert has been declared.

    The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the disappearance of Daniel Horn, a 38 year old white male, 6 feet 3 inches tall, 175 pounds,  brown hair with brown eyes, last seen wearing a black jacket, gray pants, and flip flops. He is believed to be driving a light blue 2018 Honda Fit, with an Indiana license plate of 735TP.

    Daniel is missing from Bloomington, Indiana which is 55 miles south of Indianapolis, and was last seen on Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 5:30 pm.  He is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.

    If you have any information on Daniel Horn, contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department at 812-349-2780 or 911.

    This concludes this Silver Alert.


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    Indiana Clearinghouse for Information on Missing Children &
    Missing Endangered Adults
    http://www.in.gov/isp/2333.htm

    This information will be available on the state Silver Alert webpage at http://www.in.gov/silveralert/

  • Catch the Latest Edition of the State Police Road Show
    July 22, 2019 09:34:08 am

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    INDIANA STATE POLICE
    INDIANAPOLIS DISTRICT
    8620 E. 21st Street 
    Indianapolis, IN 46219

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    CONTACT:
    Sgt. John Perrine
    Public Information Officer
    317-416-3635

    DATE: July 22, 2019

    The Latest Edition of the Indiana State Police Road Show


    Indiana - Catch the latest edition of the “Indiana State Police Road Show” radio program every Monday morning at your convenience.

    This week's show features two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Public Information Officers, Officer Genae Cook and Sergeant Grace Sibley. We discuss the great community work IMPD is doing and how the PIOs work to spread the word.

    You can view the show on the Indiana State Police YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl0sDK4JWkU

    The radio program was titled “Signal-10” in the early 1960's when it was first started by two troopers in northern Indiana. The name was later changed to the “Indiana State Police Road Show” and is the longest continuously aired state police public service program in Indiana.

    Radio stations across Indiana and the nation are invited to download and air for FREE this public service program sponsored by the Indiana State Police Alliance and Cops for Kids, a subsidiary of the Indiana State Police Alliance.

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  • Catch the Latest Edition of the State Police Road Show
    July 17, 2019 10:01:25 am

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    INDIANA STATE POLICE
    INDIANAPOLIS DISTRICT
    8620 E. 21st Street 
    Indianapolis, IN 46219

    www.in.gov/isp

    FOR RELEASE: Upon Receipt

    CONTACT:
    Sgt. John Perrine
    Public Information Officer
    317-416-3635

    DATE: July 17, 2019

    The Latest Edition of the Indiana State Police Road Show


    Indiana - Catch the latest edition of the “Indiana State Police Road Show” radio program every Monday morning at your convenience.

    This week’s show features Sergeant D.J. Schoeff of the Carmel Police Department. Sgt. Shoeff is a School Resource Officer (SRO). This week we discuss the important role an SRO serves in school as well as school safety.

    You can view the show on the Indiana State Police YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozJGpbHXlqE&t=607s

    The radio program was titled “Signal-10” in the early 1960's when it was first started by two troopers in northern Indiana. The name was later changed to the “Indiana State Police Road Show” and is the longest continuously aired state police public service program in Indiana.

    Radio stations across Indiana and the nation are invited to download and air for FREE this public service program sponsored by the Indiana State Police Alliance and Cops for Kids, a subsidiary of the Indiana State Police Alliance.

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