You see state troopers out on the roads, but how much do you know about the Missouri Highway Patrol? You can learn by participating in a five-week program at Troop D headquarters in Springfield. Highway Patrol Sergeant Jason Pace says it’s a unique opportunity for students, community leaders and responsible citizens…
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The program is on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9 starting September 18th, ending with an awards banquet October 23rd. Because the program locations for Troop D alternate with Joplin, it will be a couple of years before the Community Alliance Program is offered again in Springfield. Applicants will be evaluated on a first-come basis, and a criminal record check will be done. If you’d like to participate in the Missouri Highway Patrol’s Community Alliance Program, contact Sergeant Jason Pace at 417-895-6767.
If you’ve always wondered about a state trooper’s job, the Missouri Highway Patrol offers a five-week academy for citizens. Sergeant Pace says this year, the Community Alliance Program takes place at Troop D headquarters in Springfield…
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On Tuesday nights from September 18th through October 23rd, you’ll learn from troopers about traffic stops, accident investigations, SWAT operations and firearms. Applications from students, community leaders and responsible citizens will be evaluated, including a criminal record check. To find out more about the Missouri Highway Patrol’s Community Alliance Program, contact Sergeant Jason Pace at 417-895-6767.