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South Dakota Highway Patrol to Host 3rd Annual Women’s Recruiting Seminars

February 23, 2017

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s Highway Patrol is again hosting what has become a successful effort in recruiting more female troopers.

Four Women’s Recruiting Seminars are scheduled statewide in the next few weeks. 261 more words

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Troopers: Many Alabama teens violate driver license law

It has been 15 years since the passage of the Alabama Graduated Driver License law targeting teenage drivers, with revisions made in 2010 and  THE WORLD’S BEST BLIND SPOT MIRROR Buy Maxi View Blind Spot Mirrors. 20 more words

DPS: Carjacking suspect fires at troopers; ends in crash with semi


A carjacking suspect fired at troopers on Interstate 17 near Camp Verde Sunday morning, Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Col. 233 more words

My Road to TROOPERS Scholarship! - Part 1

Hello Everyone,

It’s been a while since our last talk. You know, many things happening, a masters degree and a constant dream hunting. I think that the last time we talked, it was about my conclusion in the BlackHat Europe 2016 event, and my first vlog. 787 more words

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Troopers warn against drunken driving on Super Bowl Sunday

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut State Police are warning against drunken driving and betting in bars this Super Bowl Sunday.

Troopers are urging people to use designated drivers, taxis or ride-hailing services to avoid driving under the influence. 107 more words


From Casper Wyoming, and Greenwood, Indiana: I'm a Trooper!

I am honored and thrilled to be joining such a recognizable and iconic organization as the Troopers. The opportunity to work with my long-time friend Pat Miller as Co-Caption Head is a dream come true for me. 49 more words

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Republican leaders propose massive pay raise for troopers

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Republican state leaders are proposing large pay increases for state troopers and sheriffs’ deputies, along with a 3 percent pay raise for other state employees. 100 more words