Connecticut's finest on four legs walked across the stage at a ceremony in Meriden Thursday morning, recognized for their hard work throughout the long training process.
For most students, the school year started weeks ago, but there is one new class that just arrived on campus. Monday morning, several dozen recruits started the long process towards becoming state troopers
It’s graduation day at the state police academy, as Connecticut’s newest four-legged officers took the stage along with their partners.
A brand new group of Connecticut State Troopers will soon hit the streets of Connecticut.
Acts of heroism happen every day in Connecticut. On Wednesday, some of those heroes were honored in a ceremony at the State Police Academy in Meriden.
To become an officer in the state of Connecticut, recruits must complete several months at the academy and over 900 hours of training. This year’s recruit class is getting a new element of training.
The Connecticut State Police Training Academy is set to host 25 high school students for a week of training and a shot at some college scholarships.
State police Youth Week is officially underway at the Connecticut State Police Training Academy in Meriden.
Some pomp and circumstance at the Connecticut State Police Academy in Meriden Thursday.
Two dozen new cadets are going through rigorous training at the State Police Training Academy, but they are still a long way away from serving in uniform. That’s because they are still in high school.