Chief Lindsey has served as the Lieutenant of the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township’s Police Department as well as Lead Resource Officer at North Central High School. While serving as Lieutenant he has established meaningful working relationships with students, staff, and families. One of his many strengths includes his ability to deescalate situations by identifying and addressing socio-emotional needs of individuals. This approach results in great opportunities to maintain safety and security and reshape the impression of police and the law enforcement system. Chief Lindsey leads by example and this leadership characteristic is also seen in the officers he supervises and manages.
Officer Black has been in district since 2020. He has more than 25 years of experience working in security and law enforcement. While working in several law enforcement settings ranging from patrol, investigations and supervision. He has a concentration in violent youth and juvenile trends. Currently serving as an SRO in the NCHS. Also, proudly an alumni of North Central.
Officer Evans started his Law Enforcement career 2016 doing Traffic Control for Washington Township. In August 2021 he was appointed as a Police Officer for Washington Township PD and was assigned to Crooked Creek and Fox Hill elementary.
Officer Haskins has a career in law enforcement that spans over nine years, beginning his career holding various positions with the Marion County Sheriff's Office and as a Special Deputy for the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. Officer Haskins completed and received his certification from the National Association of School Resource Officers and looks to combine a passion for youth mentoring with ensuring the peace and tranquility of all those in the Washington Township community.
Not Pictured: Officer Baiye