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Pennsylvania State Police Welcomes 99 New Troopers


Col. Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, recently announced that 99 cadets graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey and have been assigned to troops across the commonwealth. The men and women represent the 159th graduating cadet class.

In accordance with statewide measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the graduation ceremony was closed to the public. Friends and family were afforded the opportunity to view the event via live streams on the Academy Facebook page, YouTube Live, and PAcast.

“The support of loved ones, even from afar, is crucial during the rigorous physical and mental training State Police cadets receive at the academy, and it will remain vital throughout their careers as troopers,” said Col. Evanchick.

“Although proud parents, siblings, spouses, and others could not attend in person, we are grateful for everything they have done to help these men and women reach the important milestone we are marking today,” said Col. Evanchick.

Graduates assigned to area PSP offices include the following:

Troop G, Bedford – Matthew M. Hample

Troop G, Huntingdon – Duane A. Mock Jr., Zackary J. Weaver


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