Washington State Patrol seeking applicants

OLYMPIA — The Washington State Patrol has announced that they plan to hire 60 trooper cadets and 24 commercial vehicle enforcement officers for the July 12 class at the Trooper Academy.

According to a press release, the patrol has immediate paid job-training opportunities available across the state for applicants selected for the academy.

For more information or to apply, visit wsp.wa.gov.

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