The Wisconsin State Patrol is welcoming 42 new state troopers. The 66th Recruiting Class was officially sworn into duty at a graduation ceremony Friday in La Crosse. The 42 officers just completed 26 weeks of training in traffic and criminal laws, emergency vehicle operations, firearms proficiency, communications, crisis management and lifesaving skills. After graduating from the State Patrol Academy at Ft. McCoy, new officers are assigned to one of the State Patrol’s seven regional posts. Governor Tony Evers joined the ceremony and thanked and congratulated the latest State Patrol recruiting class.

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