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Bryan Wolfe graduated from Indian Creek High School in Trafalgar, Indiana and attended the University of Indianapolis graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Bryan began his law enforcement career in 1995. He has worked for agencies including the University of Indianapolis Police Department, Indiana State Police, Trafalgar Police Department, New Whiteland Police Department, Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and currently serves as the Chief Investigator for the multi-state law firm of Keller & Keller LLP headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Through the years, Bryan has advanced through positions of Student Officer, Dispatcher, Reserve Deputy, Police Officer, Deputy, Detective, Watch Officer, Sergeant, Director of Communications, Intelligence Analyst, and Lieutenant. Specializations included serving as a Level III Advanced Fatal Crash Investigation, Field Training Officer, Sheriff’s Honor Guard, and an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (I.L.E.A.) Certified Law Enforcement Instructor. Wolfe has received training from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Class 99-137, and specialized courses in Money Laundering Investigation, Law Enforcement Intelligence school, Reid Interview and Interrogation Techniques, Grants Management, Management and Supervision, First Line Supervisor, All Hazards Type III Communications Unit Leader Course, 911 Center Consolidation, Communications Training Officer, Emergency Medical Dispatcher, Telecommunication Training course, Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Basic Communications Officer Course, and dozens of other specialized courses relating to Communications, Homeland Security, Emergency Management and Firefighting. Wolfe has received Outstanding Service Awards for Officer of the Quarter, Detective of the Quarter, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Director’s Award for Outstanding Performance, Indianapolis/Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy of the Year, and several Letters of Commendation. Wolfe continues to be active within the Reserve Division of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office where he serves as a Lieutenant. Bryan also is the Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police Line of Duty Death vocalist and musician, and has sung and performed in many dozens of police funerals and memorial services statewide for more than two decades; in his spare time, he enjoys playing pipe organs and capturing unique videos and photos utilizing unmanned aircraft systems.
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