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Indiana State Police Capitol Police Sergeant Terry CheeverPromoted to First Sergeant.

(Indianapolis, IN)-The Superintendent of the Indiana State Police, Douglas G. Carter, has announced the promotion of Sergeant Terry Cheever to the rank of First Sergeant. First Sergeant Cheever will serve as the Assistant Commander with the Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section.

Cheever, who is originally from Anderson, Indiana, is a 1990 graduate of Lapel High School. He attended college on a baseball and football scholarship before starting his career in law enforcement.

Cheever started his career in law enforcement with the Indianapolis Police Department and Marion County Sheriff Department, working at the Marion County Arrestee Processing Center. On September 4, 2007, he was hired by the Capitol Police Section and underwent a 40-hour pre-basic course before attending the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Cheever graduated from the 173rd Recruit Class at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy on August 28, 2008.

On August 5, 2013, Cheever was promoted to the rank of Sergeant to serve as a squad leader. During his career, Cheever has served the Capitol Police Section in the following disciplines: Field Training Officer, Field Training Officer Coordinator, and Sergeant for the Indiana State Police, Capitol Police Section.

Cheever and his family are residents of Morgan County.

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