SERGEANT JASON BECK
Sergeant Jason Beck started his law enforcement career with the Whiteland Police Department in 2014 as a Reserve Officer. He was a full-time youth pastor for a local church, and volunteered his time as a police officer. Once he realized his desire for law enforcement, he pursued a full-time career. He applied and was accepted to the Whiteland Police Department in September 2016. He then attended the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in March of 2017 and graduated on June 16, 2017. He left the Whiteland Police Department in December 2017 to join the Center Grove Police Department.
While at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Sergeant Beck was nominated as president of his class. He also graduated Expert Marksmanship with his duty pistol, maintained a GPA of 96.0% or higher, and passed all of his physical exit standard marks. Officer Beck was chosen by his class to receive the Herman Freed award, which is presented to the officer who best represents Integrity, Loyalty, Ethics, and Attitude.
Sergeant Beck graduated from Perry Meridian High School in 2003. He attended the University of Indianapolis as well as the University of Arkansas-Monticello where he majored in Health/Physical Education.
Sergeant Beck has attained or is pursuing the following cerfications:
- Certified School Resource Officer
- School Safety Specialist
In high school, Sergeant Beck played baseball and was a member of many Marion County Championship teams, Sectional and Regional teams, and a State Final 4 team. He was awarded All-County catcher and named All-State catcher for the South team his Senior year.
In college, Sergeant Beck played baseball for both University of Indianapolis and University of Arkansas-Monticello.
- The Holy Bible
- Anything written by Louie Giglio
About Officer Beck
Sergeant Beck and his wife, Cassie, have a son, Holden, and a daughter, Nora. They love to spend time together taking walks to the park and having family movie nights with tons of popcorn. They also enjoy being with their church family at Harvest Bible Chapel-Indy South and watching their children grow up in the church. He enjoys watching baseball (specifically the Chicago Cubs) and playing golf.