BLOOMINGTON — ISP Superintendent Doug Carter recently announced the promotion of Regional Dispatcher Tonya Beck to dispatch supervisor to serve at the Bloomington Regional Dispatch Center.
Beck’s primary responsibilities will be to supervise Regional Dispatch Center personnel on assigned shifts which include evaluating performance, training and scheduling subordinate personnel. She will also ensure shift dispatchers maintain constant contact with troopers in the field and keep the post commander aware of all activity. Supervisor Beck will also assist the Regional Dispatch Center manager in daily operations and manage 911 and other emergency calls processed by dispatchers.
The Bloomington Regional Dispatch Center currently serves the Jasper, Evansville and Bloomington districts.
A native of Loogootee, Beck graduated from Vincennes University with degree in law enforcement. She was hired by the Indiana State Police as a dispatcher in 2012 and served the Bloomington, Jasper, Evansville and Putnamville districts.
Beck is certified in Indiana Data and Communications Systems, Emergency Medical Dispatch and CPR, Public Safety Communications, Course 1, and National Incident Management System.
She is married to Aaron Beck and has three children, Andrea Gress (husband Chase), Tre Blanton and Caleb Beck. She has three grandchildren, Jackson, Annabelle and Hazel Grace.
Beck is the daughter of Tony and Ginny Steele of Springville, Indiana, and Richard and Angela Jewell of Lyons, Indiana.