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Date Police Exam Passed: 12 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 14 February '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 1 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 11 November '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 8 March '21
Upholding the motto of Courtesy, service and protection, Alabama highway patrol is the state police agency for the U.S state of Alabama. Alabama highway patrol (AHP) has full authority in the state area and is subordinate to the Alabama law enforcement agency and Alabama department of public safety. Formed in 1936, AHP is currently providing its services in Alabama, under the command of agency executive, Major Sue Capps, with almost 507 troopers (as of 2020). AHP division is responsible for motor vehicle law enforcement, special duty performance during emergencies and rural traffic crash investigations. The agency includes 17 posts, communication unit, and the motor carrier safety unit that covers a number of counties. 507 troopers patrol a rural area of almost 69,500 miles in Alabama. The highway patrol contributes in almost 65% of arrests made within the Alabama Law enforcement agency.
It is headquartered in Montgomery and Alabama with 17 posts and 3 field offices.
To join AHP, the applicant needs to pass the Alabama highway patrol test which includes:
1. Written test- Basic knowledge of math, English language and proofreading, logical ordering of information, reading comprehension, decision making
2. Physical ability/agility test- includes 1.5 mile run, sit-ups, push-ups, obstacle course
3. Polygraph test- lie detector test.
4. Background check- in depth investigation of the applicant’s background.
5. Psychological evaluation- includes an interview with a clinical psychologist.
6. Medical exam- ensuring that you have no medical problems/diseases.
7. Preliminary test- include complete paperwork and participation in a preliminary interview with an ABI agent.
8. Training academy- after completing the first 7 steps you will be offered a position in troop training academy.
9. Field academy- after completing the training academy, you will be sworn in as a law enforcement troopers where you will begin your field training.
If the candidate has successfully passed the Alabama highway patrol test, he will be contacted for further professional training and skill development.
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