PRESS RELEASE: Police Commissioner Hull Resigns - Resumes Being Accepted to Fill Vacancy


The Town of Speedway and the Speedway Police Department thank Police Commissioner Kenneth Hull for his many years of dedication while serving on the Speedway Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners as well as his past years serving as the Speedway Schools Superintendent. Commissioner Hull recently resigned from his position as police commissioner, and he will no longer be able to fulfill his term due to relocating his residency outside of the Town of Speedway.


The Speedway Town Council is now accepting letters of interest from residents interested in serving on the Speedway Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners.


The Speedway Police Commission is a three-person board appointed by the Speedway Town Council. Police Commissioners attend monthly meetings, and other special meetings that may be called by the Speedway Chief of Police.


The resident who is selected to fill the (1) vacant police commission seat will serve for the remainder of the current term. Letters of interest are being accepted until 12 p.m. on Friday, August 5, 2022. Resumes may be submitted for consideration to: Speedway Town Council, Speedway Municipal Center, 5300 Crawfordsville Road, Speedway, IN 46224 – or via email to

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