INDIANAPOLIS - Four Indiana State troopers assigned to the Toll Road Post received their patrol cars, Tuesday, April 13th after successfully completing three months in the ISP Field Training Program.
The probationary troopers graduated from the 80th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy in December 2020. The entire class was issued their Dodge Charger state police cars at the Indiana State Police Museum in Indianapolis.
Their graduation was the culmination of more than 1,100 hours of training that included criminal law, emergency vehicle operations, firearms, and traffic law. The academy training also covered other facets of law enforcement including criminal investigation, crash investigation, self-defense, and other general law enforcement related areas of instruction.
(05-14-2021) Butler Woman Sends Car Airborne
(05-14-2021) Hubie Ashcraft Band LIVE in Angola Commons Park
(05-14-2021) Warmer Weather Brings Increased Risk of Tick-Borne Disease
(05-14-2021) Bronson City Wide Garage Sales Happening this Saturday
(05-14-2021) Driver Injured After Falling Asleep
(05-14-2021) Smith Pleads Guilty to DWI
(05-14-2021) Arson Of Stolen Vehicle Being Investigated
(05-14-2021) One Person Hurt In Two Vehicle Crash
(05-14-2021) CHA Now Giving Pfizer Vaccine To People Age 12 And Older
(05-13-2021) Trine Honors Faculty with Annual Awards
(05-13-2021) E&B Paving on Orland Road
(05-13-2021) Orland Slates Special Meeting
(05-13-2021) Trine's Blume Named to Elevate Ventures Board
(05-13-2021) Ohioans Could Win A Million for Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
(05-13-2021) City and Sturgis Foundation To Partner In Round Up Program