The Kansas Highway Patrol is planning a Condensed Academy Class at its Salina training center.
According to the Patrol, Class #67 is open for applications from full-time certified Kansas law enforcement officers interested in becoming Kansas Highway Patrol State Troopers. Held at the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy in Salina, Class #67 will begin on September 19th, and will graduate on December 13th.
Qualified candidates must be a full-time certified Kansas law enforcement officer in good standing with KSCPOST. A minimum of three years POST certified experience must be accrued by the academy’s start date, September 19th, to be considered for this academy class. Qualified candidates who successfully pass the comprehensive Trooper screening process, will go on to complete 12-weeks of rigorous training, that will be both physically and mentally challenging.
After graduating from the academy, these recruits will then move on to their next phase of field training with a veteran Trooper.
“It is an honor to once again provide current Kansas certified law enforcement officers with the opportunity to take their careers to a new level by joining the Patrol,” said Colonel Herman T. Jones, Superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol. “We are excited to offer this condensed academy to Kansas law enforcement officers who wish to become a State Trooper and who have the desire to immerse themselves in the deep traditions of such a prestigious agency.”
The Patrol looks forward to welcoming the certified Kansas law enforcement officers who complete Class #67 into our agency, as they’ll help us continue to provide service, courtesy, and protection to all those traveling throughout the state of Kansas.
For more information about Class #67 and the application process, please visit https://bit.ly/KHPCondensedAcademyClass.