Indianapolis, IN- The Indiana State Police recently promoted F/Sgt. Andy Lohrman to Lieutenant to serve as Section Commander of the Crime Scene Field Support Division.
Lohrman graduated from Northview High School in Brazil, IN. in 1987 and attended Vincennes University where he earned an Associate of Science Degree in Law Enforcement.
He graduated from the Indiana State Police Academy in 1990 and worked road patrol duties until his promotion to detective in 1996. In 2001 he was promoted to sergeant as a Crime Scene Investigator. In 2009 Lohrman was promoted to First Sergeant as the Field Quality Assurance Unit Supervisor where he continued to work until his recent promotion to Lieutenant to serve as the Crime Scene and Field Support Section Commander.
“We are pleased to have Lt. Lohrman serving as our Crime Scene and Field Support Section Commander,” stated Major Steve Holland, Commander of the Indiana State Police Laboratory Division. “Andy has the necessary expertise and practical work experience gained from his service as a CSI and more recently as our Unit Leader in our Field Quality Assurance Unit that will benefit him while leading our field support operations. He is well respected in the crime scene investigation community and will be a great asset to our laboratory system in his new position.”
Lohrman resides in Brazil with his wife and two daughters.
For further information on Forensic Disciplines go to www.in.gov/isp and click on the “ISP Laboratory Division” link.