LINCOLN – The Nebraska State Patrol sworn in a new class of troopers ready to serve the state.
The 59th Basic Recruit Class of the Nebraska State Patrol received their badges and were sworn-in as Nebraska State Troopers during a ceremony Friday at the Nebraska State Capitol.
Remarks were provided by Governor Pete Ricketts, Secretary of State John Gale, and NSP Colonel John Bolduc.
The 14 member class of Camp 59 completed 22 weeks of training at the NSP Training Academy in Grand Island. The training included hands-on experience as well as more than 1,000 hours of academics.
The new troopers will begin their career in the NSP Patrol Division and will be stationed throughout the state.
The class will now undergo six months of on-the-job training with veteran troopers.