Scott Is New ISP Versailles District Commander
By Mike Perleberg
(Versailles, Ind.) – The Indiana State Police Versailles District has a new man in charge.
First Sergeant Anthony Scott has been promoted to Lieutenant and will become the Versailles District Commander. In his new role, Scott will oversee and command the daily operations of the district.
The Rush County native has spent his entire career at the Versailles District since graduating the state police academy in 1996. Scott has been a member of the Tactical Intervention Platoon, and is a Digital Media Recovery Specialist. He has served as a trooper working Decatur County, a Gaming Enforcement Detective, District Detective and most recently as the Versailles District Investigations Commander. He and his family currently live in Greensburg.
The Indiana State Police Versailles District includes Bartholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties.
Scott isn’t the only Versailles District member getting a promotion.Also promoted to the rank of Corporal was Master Trooper Greg Grove. Grove, who has also been with the Versailles District his entire career, will serve as District Duty Officer and will oversee and supervise district operations in the evenings or overnight shifts in Scott’s absence. He lives in Switzerland County.