(KFOR NEWS December 19, 2019) For the first time in the Nebraska State Patrol’s 82 year history, a married couple is graduating from the Patrol’s Basic Recruit Camp.
Recruits of the Nebraska State Patrol 61st Basic Recruit Class will graduate during a ceremony at the Nebraska State Capitol this Friday, December 20. The ceremony will be held at 10:00 a.m. in the Rotunda of the Capitol, 1445 K Street, in Lincoln.
Camp 61 also includes the first married couple to attend and graduate from Basic Recruit Camp in NSP’s 82-year history. The nine graduates, along with fourteen troopers sworn-in in June with Camp 60, complete the most successful recruiting year for NSP since 2015.
Remarks will be provided by Governor Pete Ricketts, Attorney General Doug Peterson, and Nebraska State Patrol Colonel John Bolduc. The recruits will receive their badges and take the oath office, which will be administered by Secretary of State Robert Evnen.
The class includes recruits from several communities in Nebraska, as well as Florida, Kansas, and Michigan. The nine graduates will begin their careers as Nebraska State Troopers serving in a variety of communities across Nebraska.
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