New Troopers to Graduate at Salina Academy
KSAL Staff - December 5, 2017 2:44 pm
A group of Kansas Highway Patrol recruits will have their badges pinned on this week in Salina and officially became troopers.
According to the agency, the newest class of Kansas Highway Patrol troopers and Capitol Police officers will hit a milestone in their career this Thursday, as they graduate from the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy in Salina. The Patrol’s 38 newest troopers and five new Capitol Police officers will enter the field training phase of the program.
KHP Recruit Class #57 began 23 weeks of training at the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy on July 6, 2017.
New officers will be stationed in the following counties:
- Johnson/Wyandotte counties-9 troopers
- Miami County-1 trooper
- Leavenworth-1 trooper
- Osage County-1 trooper
- Pottawatomie County-1 trooper
- Shawnee County-2 troopers
- Marion County-1 trooper
- Gove County-1 trooper
- Russell County-1 trooper
- Thomas County-1 trooper
- Haskell County-1 trooper
- Kearny County-1 trooper
- Kiowa County-1 trooper
- Seward County-2 troopers
- Barton County-1 trooper
- Sedgwick County-8 troopers
- Sumner County-1 trooper
- Cherokee County-2 troopers
- Greenwood County-1 trooper
- Lyon County-1 trooper
- 5 new Capitol Police officers
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