Informative Public Service Radio Program at Your Convenience: “Indiana State Police Road Show”

Catch the latest edition of the radio program, the “Indiana State Police Road Show” every Monday morning, at your convenience. The most recent program features Indiana State Police Lieutenant Mike Lepper of the Staff Services Unit, as he discusses the newly reinstated “Move It” law, requiring the operators of vehicles involved in a property crash only to remove their vehicle from the travel portion of the highway. This law will take effect July 1, 2016.

The radio program was titled “Signal-10” in the early sixties when it was first started by two troopers in northern Indiana. The name was later changed to the “Indiana State Police Road Show” and is the longest continuously aired state police public service program in Indiana. The 15 minute talk show concentrates on public safety and informational topics with state wide interest. Download the free program by following the state police logo and download instructions from the main page of the public website. The ISP Road Show can also be viewed via YouTube. These links are easily accessible from this story on – Indiana State Police website

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