Floyd Peterson currently serves as the director of training and technology for the Indianapolis Public Schools Police Department in the rank of sergeant. As a school police sergeant he assists local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in areas such active shooter, restorative justice, school safety and police survival. His assistance as requested by law enforcement agencies and local organizations in the city of Indianapolis.
He has served as the project manager for the development of regional response plans, and other efforts aimed at enhancing an agency’s overall investigative response to violent crime incidents, missing, abducted and exploited children incidents as well juvenile crime and bullying.
He is now a national lecturer on juvenile behavior and school violence assessments and has conducted research in the areas of social emotional intelligence of adolescents and adverse childhood experiences.
He is the recipient of numerous awards for his support and expertise in anti-bullying, adolescent crime, child exploitation investigations and safe passages and teen suicide prevention and intervention training in the City of Indianapolis, IN.
He is the 2nd Vice-President of the Indiana Association of School Resource Officers, and the founder member of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Associates.