Ky. State Police Academy Enrolls Record Female Class

On Sunday 92 new cadets reported for state police training in Frankfort.
It's the first K.S.P. cadet class in nearly two years.
This year's group includes 12 women the most ever!
Officials say that's an encouraging sign, and they are trying to add more diversity.
Officials say, the training includes academic, physical and emotional tests.
The cadets who make it through are scheduled to graduate in February.

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  • by Stephanie Location: Lexington on Sep 12, 2007 at 11:21 AM
    Personally, I wouldn't want a Trooper showing up at my door who couldn't handle what the instructors put the cadets through in the Academy. If you can't handle someone yelling in your face, having to do a lot of PT, and studying the pertinent things needed to do the job, how are you going to be a good police officer?! They should have known going into it what it was going to be like. Obviously, they didn't want to be a Kentucky State Trooper enough. My fiancee, however, will be graduating with the rest of them in February.
  • by bill Location: frankfort on Sep 10, 2007 at 01:58 PM
    15 quit the first day, what a great job


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