New Nebraska State Troopers Hit The Highways And Byways

13 new State Troopers have received their badges and will now begin their service in the Nebraska State Patrol out of different Troop Post Headquarters in different parts of the Cornhusker State, and the Patrol is currently accepting applications for the next class.

“Every graduation marks a milestone, not only for our new troopers, but for our entire agency,” said Colonel John Bolduc, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “These new troopers join a proud history of dedication to public service that is on display every day across Nebraska. They are well trained and eager to serve. We are proud to have them join our team.”

The Governor also spoke at the graduation ceremony Friday at the State Capitol.

The thirteen members of Camp 65 come to NSP from communities across Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois.

The newly sworn-in troopers have completed 22 weeks of training, including extensive live-action training scenarios and rigorous academic instruction.

Their training now continues in the field, pairing with veteran troopers in the field training process.

This is the 65th Nebraska State Patrol recruit class to graduate.

(Picture from the Nebraska State Patrol)

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