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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: 15 Dec '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 11 November '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 8 March '21
Kentucky state troopers (KST) was formed on 1st July, 1948 as the official state police for the commonwealth of Kentucky. It is responsible for providing state-wide law enforcement services with a total of 866 troopers and 764 civilians. Following its formation in 1948, KSP replaced the Kentucky highway troopers. KSP became the successor of Kentucky highway troopers and thus inherited all of the officers and equipment from highway patrol agency. The agency operates from 16 regional posts, divided into 2 sub-posts. The west troop contains 8 posts and the east troop also contains 8 posts. Under the command of agency chief, Lt. Cl. Philip Burnett. , KSP has 7 specialized units, including:
• Cannabis suppression
• West drug enforcement
• Aircraft support
• East drug enforcement
• Special operations
• Vehicle investigation
• Critical incident response time
To become a KS troopers, a cadet needs to go through brief training programs. First of all the candidate is required to pass the Kentucky state troopers test and after that he must undergo a 24-week preliminary phase training program and then the potential cadet who hold their certificates of Kentucky peace officers professional standards and have a 2 year experience of being a local/state trooper can apply through LEAP (law enforcement accelerated program).
Moving on, the applicant would be initially assessed on the basis of Kentucky state troopers test. This comprehensive test further includes:
• Written test: the test contains questions to evaluate:
1. Vocabulary- tests candidate’s knowledge by the accurate definition of given word
2. Reasoning ability- testing your ability to handle situations and apply written rules
3. Language skills- ability to communicate properly
4. Spatial reasoning- tests your ability to properly read a map diagram
5. Computing speed- tests your brain’s ability to compute things
6. Math reasoning- testing your ability to use basic mathematic commands (add, subtract, multiply)
7. Measuring drugs- tests your knowledge of basic math on drug values provided
8. Spellings- tests your ability to spell words
• Physical ability test: sit-ups, push-ups and other physical exercises
• Drug screening: detect the amount/presence of drugs in the blood
• Background check: brief discussion about the candidate’s background history, early educations, personal details
• Polygraph test: lie detector test
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