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THE ILLINOIS STATE POLICE IS OFFERING A NEW TRAINING PROGRAM TO ATTRACT MORE POTENTIAL TROOPERS.

 

THE LATERAL ENTRY TRAINING PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT LOOKING TO BECOME A STATE POLICE TROOPER. CADETS WILL SPEND TIME AT THE ACADEMY IN SPRINGFIELD, BUT ALSO COMPLETE SOME OF THE TRAINING AT HOME SAYS I-S-P DIRECTOR BRENDAN KELLY.

 

 

ADDITIONALLY, A NEW STATE LAW LOWERS THE RETIREMENT AGE FOR TROOPERS FROM 60 TO 55.

 

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NEW TROOPERS ARE THEN ASSIGNED TO THEIR HOME DISTRICTS. 

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