Indianapolis – Friday, the Indiana State Police Department held an awards and recognition ceremony in Indianapolis. The ceremony publicly recognized the achievements and deeds of self-sacrifice and accomplishments of Indiana State Police employees from around the state. Two troopers assigned to the Indiana State Police Peru Post were recognized at the ceremony.
Trooper Adam Moor was recognized as the 2018 Indiana State Police Peru Post Trooper of the District. The award is given annually to the trooper that personifies integrity, professionalism, and a well-rounded work ethic. Moor was selected by the command staff at the Peru District for dedication to his job, traffic and criminal enforcement, community involvement, instructor ratings, specialty assignments, and other services performed for the department beyond normal expectations. In 2018, Moor had 163 criminal arrests with 40 of those being felony charges. Moor has worked for the state police for seven years. He patrols primarily in Miami County.
Trooper Steven Glass, received the Indiana State Police Peru District DUI Award for his commitment to removing impaired drivers from Indiana roadways. In 2018, Glass led the Peru District with 46 impaired driving arrests. From 2015 through 2018, Glass has removed 464 impaired drivers from Indiana roadways. He has served with the Indiana State Police Department for almost five years. He patrols primarily in Miami County.