Published On: Tue, Aug 22nd, 2017

Sergeant Brian Bunner Promoted to First Sergeant of Cybercrime and Investigative Technologies Section

Pendleton, IN – Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has announced the promotion of 17-year Indiana State Police Veteran Brian Bunner to the position of First Sergeant.

First Sergeant Brian Bunner is a 1995 graduate of Blue River High School.  Upon graduation, Brian attended Indiana Wesleyan University.  He graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice in 1999.  Brian worked at the Henry County Sheriff’s Department Jail Division until he was accepted into the 60th recruit academy where he completed his training in December of 2000.  After graduating the academy, Brian was assigned to the Connersville District where he patrolled Wayne County until 2005 when he was promoted to Detective at the Connersville Post.  In 2009, Brian transferred to the Cyber Crime Unit to serve as a Forensic Examiner.  In 2010, he was promoted to Sergeant in the Cyber Crime Unit where he examined computer/cell phones and specialized in advanced cell phone forensics.  Throughout his career Brian served as an instructor for firearms and instructs digital forensics at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy to State Police recruits and crime scene investigators.

First Sergeant Bunner’s new leadership role will be the Assistant Commander of the Cybercrime and Investigative Technologies Section.  This section consists of the agency’s digital forensic examiners, network intrusion investigators, crimes against children investigators and other technical services detectives. Brian is a lifelong resident of Henry County where he currently resides with his wife and three children. 

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