INDIANAPOLIS — Did you know the Indiana State Police post a weekly radio show?
Catch the latest edition of the “Indiana State Police Road Show” radio program every Monday morning at your convenience.
This week’s show features two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Public Information Officers, Officer Genae Cook and Sergeant Grace Sibley, who discuss the community work IMPD is doing and how the public information officers work to spread the word.
You can view the show on the Indiana State Police YouTube Channel.
The radio program was titled “Signal-10” in the early 1960s when it was first started by two troopers in northern Indiana. The name was later changed to the “Indiana State Police Road Show” and is the longest continuously aired state police public service program in Indiana.
Radio stations across Indiana and the nation are invited to download and air for free this public service program sponsored by the Indiana State Police Alliance and Cops for Kids, a subsidiary of the Indiana State Police Alliance.