Seymour native promoted within State Police

A Seymour native has been promoted within the Indiana State Police’s user29383-1449867190-media1_939393_191_240_PrsMe_(ISP) Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division (CVED). ISP Bloomington Post Spokesman Sgt. Curt Durnil says that Superintendent Doug Carter recently announced the promotion of Motor Carrier Inspector District Coordinator Kim Judge to Motor Carrier Inspector Administrator (MCIA) to serve the CVED.

Durnil explains that Judge’s primary responsibilities will be to manage ISP Scale Operations and supervise MCI personnel through subordinate commanders, while also providing direct supervision to the Assistant Administrator. She will also ensure proper distribution of applicable correspondence to CVED personnel. He goes on to say that Judge will also be responsible for training, supervising, counseling and evaluating MCI personnel. She will also manage the Superload Escort Program which oversees all aspects of oversized loads that travel on Indiana roads. Judge will also assist the CVED Commander with formulating legislative issues relating to Commercial Vehicle Enforcement.