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LSP Graduates April 2017

Louisiana has 46 new state troopers.  Louisiana State Police held a graduation ceremony Wednesday for its latest cadet class, the 95th in their history.  Graduating troopers got gold boot badges at a ceremony in Baton Rouge.  The new troopers will participate in a 10-week field training program under the supervision of a senior trooper and then will be deployed around the state.  The troopers have been in training for 22 weeks since November. Sixty-four potential candidates started the training, and 46 finished it.  Training areas include physical fitness, crash investigation techniques, emergency vehicle operations, impaired driving detection and traffic incident management.



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"Your gift will further my education and allow me to follow in the footsteps of family members before me. My grandfather, Captain Joe F. Dixon (retired), served Florida Highway Patrol for 39 years and my dad, Major Jeffrey S. Dixon, has been on the patrol for the past 25 years. My family has been in FHP for several decades and someday I hope to join the ranks of the patrol and pursue a career in law enforcement.

I know AAST supports the education of troopers and their families through scholarship opportunities, and I am truly grateful to be a recipient. Man’s flight through life is supported by the power of his knowledge and your gift will certainly help me sustain my educational and professional goals. As a part of a trooper’s family, this opportunity means a great deal to me and my family. Thank you to everyone at AAST and to the troopers and retirees across the county who support the scholarship program.”

-Wesley Dixon, AAST Scholarship Recipient
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