Constable Arthur “Art” C. Rowley Jr.

Arthur C. Rowley Jr. is a retired Indianapolis Police Department (IMPD) officer, after 25 years of service. In his career, he worked as a beat officer, plain clothes officer, undercover as a gang detective, part of the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, undercover in the auto theft division, and the Mayor’s Dignitary Protection Unit.

After retiring from Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, he immediately started working for the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and was assigned as a Lieutenant to the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center (IIFC), and later was assigned to the Internal Affairs Division. He always devoted time in the community by registering citizens of Marion County to vote, including early voting, and also worked at the polls on election day.

He started working part-time at the Pike Township Constable’s Office as the Chief Deputy under then Constable Joe Turner. Under the guidance of Joe Turner, he decided to run for office as Pike Township Constable and was elected by the residents of Pike as their Pike Township Constable. He continues to work hard at registering citizens to vote and highly encourages citizens to vote early.

Art has one son, five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. He has lived in Pike Township for 30 years and his son and granddaughter both attended Pike.

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