Indianapolis, IN – December 6, 2018 Detective Roger Logsdon received special recognition by the Indiana Youth Services Association at the Columbia Club in downtown Indianapolis. He was awarded the 2018 Anti-Trafficking Achievement Award.
Detective Logsdon is a 12 year veteran of the Indiana State Police and is currently assigned to the Organized Crime and Corruption Unit, specializing in Human Trafficking.
This award is presented to an individual or organization who has demonstrated leadership in the anti-trafficking movement and/or innovation in services to individuals who have trafficked.
Logsdon has demonstrated an inexhaustible dedication to ensuring the safety of trafficked and exploited youth. He has been instrumental in raising awareness about human trafficking to law enforcement officers and communities across the state to increase recognition and identification of victims. According to the Youth Services Association, Logsdon has gone above and beyond by helping develop and implement training for state, county and local law enforcement officers. He has worked tirelessly training new recruits, seasoned officers as well as probation and court officials, to recognize the signs of trafficking. All of this in addition to his assigned job of investigating human trafficking cases.