Sheriff Rod Seelye

Rod Seelye’s career in law enforcement began at the University Of Louisville Department Of Public Safety where he was named Rookie of the Year. He later transferred to the Louisville Metro Police Department where he was honored as Blue Coats Officer of the year. He served as an active member on numerous federal task force projects including DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. While serving on the Louisville Metro Police Department he was the lead narcotics investigator on numerous investigations, resulting in a large number or arrests and seizures. During his distinctive 25 year career he has acquired over 2,821 hours of continued education credits. He retired in 2007 from Louisville Metro to join the Meade County Sheriff’s Department as a Special Narcotics Investigator. In addition to his police career, he also served his country in Operation Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. In 2011 he was elected Sheriff of Harrison County. In 2012 he was named Sheriff of the Year by the Indiana Sheriff‘s Association for his leadership and outstanding accomplishments during his first year in office.