Indiana State Police is a full-service, community-oriented law enforcement agency that preserves peace and safety and safeguards constitutional rights. It operates a police museum that features a collection of artifacts, photographs, and videotaped and oral history related to the police department. Indiana State Police has a criminal investigation division that investigates major crimes, conducts specialized investigations and provides investigative support. The division also assists local, state and federal agencies with a variety of investigative matters. The department s operations support division is comprised of aviation, explosive ordnance disposal, scuba, interdiction, and hostage and crisis negotiation teams. Indiana State Police maintains various forensic laboratories and provides services for scientific analysis, collection of evidentiary material, and security and control of evidences. It maintains a station in Peru, Ind.