NSP 55th Recruit Class:
Monday, a class of Nebraska State Patrol recruits began training. The class of 25 members includes just under a dozen recruits from the greater metro area.
“We want to thank everyone who participated in the recruiting process,” said Colonel David Sankey, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol.
“We look forward to following their progress as they gain the skills and knowledge needed to become Nebraska State Patrol Troopers.”
The 55th Recruit Class will undergo 23 weeks of training. Instruction balances a paramilitary setting with an academic environment.
Recruits are housed and trained at the NSP Training Academy in Grand Island.
Members of the 55th Recruit Class are from four states including Nebraska.