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Recently retired Sheriff Tim R. Troyer is a distinguished and respected 32-year veteran of Indiana’s Law Enforcement profession. Sheriff Troyer has held every rank and position in the Steuben County Indiana Sheriff’s Office including: Sheriff, Chief Deputy, Lieutenant of Operations, Detective Sergeant, Special Operations Commander, and Jail Administrator. These duties and responsibilities have included management and leadership positions of the patrol deputies, detectives, SWAT Team, narcotics investigations and confinement division in Steuben County.
Sheriff Troyer is a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy, the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, the Ft. Wayne Police Academy and the National Sheriff’s Institute. During Sheriff Troyer’s initial administrative tour, he was instrumental in bringing the Amber Alert and Sexual Offender Registry
Programs to citizens of Steuben County. During Troyer’s operational career, he created the Special Response Tactical Team (SWAT) and supervised the department’s firearms training. Troyer has also spent over 15 years in drug and narcotics law enforcement working with the I.M.A.G.E. (Indiana Multi Agency Group Enforcement) Drug Task Force.
In addition to a broad range of law enforcement leadership and management initiatives that he drove and directed, Troyer is a tireless advocate for school safety priorities and a dedicated leader in solving “life protection” challenges for all people.
After his two terms and 8 years in office, Sheriff Troyer retired, as required by Indiana law, from his
position as Sheriff of Steuben County, Indiana on January 1, 2019.
• 2013 – Indiana Sheriffs nominated and elected Troyer to position of Treasurer of the Indiana
Sheriff’s Association for 2014. Troyer remains active in the Sheriff’s Association, a strong
organization that helps Indiana stay on the cutting edge of public safety matters.
• 2014 – Serving as Indiana Sheriff’s Association Treasurer, Sheriff Troyer was then nominated and
elected as the Secretary of the Indiana Sheriff’s Association to serve the 2015 calendar year and
continued appointment on the Sheriff’s Association Legislative Committee.
• 2015 – Sheriff Troyer was elected as the northeast Indiana representative of the Indiana Drug
Enforcement Association. This representation covers an area of 22 counties in northeast Indiana
and is the leading drug enforcement organization in Indiana.
• 2015 – Sheriff Troyer was nominated and elected to become the 2nd Vice President of the Indiana
Sheriff’s Association in 2016. Sheriff Troyer remains active with the Indiana Sheriff’s Association
and the National Sheriff’s Association.
• 2016 – Sheriff Troyer was elected to become the 1st Vice President of the Indiana Sheriff’s
Association for 2017 and chairman of the legislative committee. (NSA) National President,
Wyoming Sheriff Danny Glick, appointed Troyer to the Drug Enforcement Committee of NSA.
• 2017 – Sheriff Troyer was elected to serve as president of the Indiana Sheriff’s Association in 2018.
Sheriff Troyer continued his role as chair of legislative committee and had regular involvement at
the statehouse on matters of importance to the Indiana Sheriff.
• 2017 – Steuben County went live with a state-of-the-art multi-cast radio system by Motorola on
the Indiana State Safe-T network system. Sheriff Troyer worked aggressively with many exceptional
participants to bring this solid emergency service radio system to the county.
• 2018 – Sheriff Troyer traveled to Parkland, Florida to attend the first Marjory Stoneman Douglas
School Safety Commission meeting. Troyer presented to several parents of victims of the MSD
shooting and law enforcement leaders and educators from around the USA.
• 2018 – Sheriff Troyer was selected to present at the Senator Marco Rubio School Safety Summit in
Washington DC. Troyer spoke about pragmatic school safety solutions from the law enforcement
response perspective as gained from first-hand experience in Indiana.
• 2018 – Sheriff Troyer awarded the Magnus Leadership Award. The International Academy of Public
Safety’s National Command & Staff College (NC&SC) recognized 70 sheriffs with the prestigious
MAGNUS Award at the National Sheriffs’ Association annual conference.
• 2018 – Sheriff Tim Troyer and Sheriff Steve Luce, both of Indiana, co-wrote and presented the
National Sheriff’s Association 2018 School Safety Resolution at the annual meeting of the
NSA in New Orleans – to set and recognize critical school safety priorities nationwide. This Resolution
was unanimously adopted by our Nations Sheriff's .
• 2018 – Sheriff Troyer was invited to speak at the F.B.I. School Safety Summit in Washington DC.
Many federal and state agencies, and renowned organizations, were in attendance to discuss
school target hardening, prevention and intervention strategies available today.
• 2018 – Sheriff Troyer testified before the US Presidents School Safety Commission in Las Vegas,
Nevada. By special invitation from the US Department of Homeland Security, Troyer gave testimony
specific to school safety and best safety practices achieved in Indiana.
Note: Seven (7) key topics were presented by Sheriff Troyer to DHS in Las Vegas: 1) protected
spaces for students and staff, 2) immediate notification to E911 in the event of an emergency,
3) actionable real-time intelligence during an event (e.g. seeing inside school cameras during
an emergency), 4) regular drilling and protocols for students and staff, 5) highly trained school
resource officers with clearly defined roles, 6) best practices with guidelines for school safety, and
7) having a lead agency with oversight on best practices and funding that follows.
August 9, 2018 – SHERIFF TIMOTHY TROYER receives the SAGAMORE OF THE WABASH AWARD
from the Honorable Eric J. Holcomb, Governor of Indiana. Presented to Sheriff Troyer at the Indiana
Sheriff’s Association Annual Conference in French Lick, Indiana, by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, the
Sagamore of the Wabash is a personal tribute given to those Indiana individuals who have rendered
distinguished services to the State of Indiana and the Governor. The Sagamore of the Wabash Award
is the highest distinction of an individual in the State of Indiana by the Governor of Indiana.
“Keeping our children and citizens safe has become my passion to apply all that I have experienced,
learned and developed into the safety of our schools, properties, and the public and private sector.”
– Sheriff Tim R. Troyer – RET
Steuben County, Indiana
During Sheriff Troyer's Operational Career in Law Enforcement, unique training and experiences has allowed for very unique insights into the criminal mindset. This insight is extremely important in the development and execution of a layered safety system within any structure. It is highly effective in schools, health care, public, private and commercial applications.
• Decades of weapons and tactics training taught by elite instructors all over the United States
• USMC Weapons Training Battalion Quantico Virginia by U.S. Military and British SAS instructor
• Sub-Machine Gun Instructor for SWAT applications by British SAS Operator and Instructor
• N.I.P.A.S. (Northern Illinois Police Alarm System) Multi-Jurisdictional SWAT training
• SWAT advanced training
• Decades of training regional law enforcement officers and teams on handgun, shotgun, rifle, sub-machine gun and special tactics
• Creation and development of a SWAT Team
• SWAT Team Commander and Leader with hundreds of successful operations
• Seven and a half years as an undercover operative working local, state and federal investigations
• Hundreds of direct drug buys and other cases with suspects as an undercover operative
• Two full undercover infiltration investigations with multiple arrests of dangerous suspects
• Several years managing a jail facility dealing with manipulative behaviors of inmates
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