Aaron SnyderSergeant, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, IN
Sergeant Aaron Snyder is 17-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) having worked in Operations, Narcotics, as an NRO Bicycle Officer and spent three years as a member of the IMPD Motorcycle Drill Team. Since 2012 Snyder has managed Officer Wellness and Development programs at IMPD in addition to the IMPD Career Leadership Development Academy where he assisted in the development of the 4-week Leadership Academy program and the Master Patrol and Master Detective programs. Sergeant Snyder has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Ball State University (IN) and is a certified Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) instructor. He has previously presented at IACP, NOBLE and ILEETA conferences on the topics of Resiliency, Wellness, Development, Mentoring and Leadership. He is responsible for managing the Office of Professional Development and Wellness (OPDW) and the DOJ/BJA/COPS Micro-grant which was awarded to the IMPD Wellness office as part of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing 6th Pillar on Officer Safety and Wellness.