INDIANAPOLIS (WEHT) – An Indiana State Police Cyber Crime Investigator was presented an award by the United States Secret Service on Friday morning for her forensic examination data submissions.
Each year, the top 50 examiners are recognized based upon data provided to the Forensic Partner Reporting system.
Sgt. Jennifer E. Barnes, a 23-year veteran of the state police was awarded because she ranked 28th nationally.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Indianapolis Field Office Andrew M. Campion said, “On behalf of the Unites States Secret Service I would like to recognize Sgt. Barnes for her work and say thank you to her and her entire team for all the work they do in combating cyber enabled crime.”
(This story was originally published on July 22, 2019)