December 17, 2017
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Maine Criminal Justice Academy graduates 11 troopers with specialized training

The Associated Press

VASSALBORO, Maine — Eleven state troopers are graduating after completing nine weeks of specialized training at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

Gov. Paul LePage and Col. Robert Williams, chief of the state police, will speak at Friday’s graduation, at the academy in Vassalboro.

The latest training is on top of previous basic training that the troopers completed.

The graduating troopers will spend the next three months patrolling with senior troopers.

 


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