The Indiana State Police is humbled to share the press release, as provided by the Indiana Chapter of the Lions Club International, to announce recognition of Indiana State Police Sergeant Eric Dunn
As released by the Lions:
Multiple District 25, Indiana, Honors Indiana State Police Sergeant Eric Dunn
Muncie, IND – At the recent 101st Indiana Lions Clubs state convention, the President of Lions Clubs International, Dr. Naresh Aggarwal presented Indiana State Police Sergeant “Lion” Eric Dunn with a Leadership Medal, the 3rd highest award from Lions Clubs International.
Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service organization representing 1.4 million members in over 200 countries. There are over 9,000 Lions in clubs throughout Indiana.
The Leadership medal exemplifies dedicated service to the citizens of Indiana, but especially to the youth of Indiana. As the director of the Vincennes Indiana State Police-Lions Law Camp, “Lion” Sgt. Dunn embraces the Lions Clubs International’s motto of “WE SERVE” through the ”Power of Action,” the “Power of Service” and the “Power of We”, while never forgetting the Indiana State Police Motto “to Serve and Protect.” Quality leadership is essential to providing quality service to Indiana communities.
Dunn, a 14-year member of Indiana Lions, is a member of the Bloomington Lions Club. He graduated from the 50th recruit school academy of the Indiana State Police Department and was assigned to the Toll Road in 1993 and later transferred to the Bloomington State Police Post. He resides with his family in Bloomington, Indiana and is assigned to Indiana State Police Headquarters Operations Center, Indianapolis.