The Delaware State Police is currently accepting applications for the position of Trooper.
The DSP Human Resources Department will be hosting a “How to Succeed Seminar” on Nov. 8 at the DSP Troop 1A location at 3500 Brandywine Parkway, Wilmington, for those individuals interested in a career with the DSP.
Those interested may reserve a seat by e-mailing email@example.com.
Following a round of retirements, the Washington State Patrol needs to fill 60 vacant trooper positions.
The agency is conducting monthly testing to fill the job openings. The application process includes a physical fitness test — pushups, sit-ups and a mile-and-a-half run — plus written examinations to determine judgment and common sense. Candidates must also pass a background check and a polygraph examination.
Successful candidates might be selected to attend the next Washington State Patrol Training Academy class in the spring. Learn more about the application process here.
Police Chief Chad Callahan and Officers with the department would like to thank two local residents for their dedication to the public safety of the city.
Elise and Dominique Dipalma have been walking dogs and dog sitting since August to raise money for the departments K-9 unit.
During open house at the fire department on October 21, the sisters surprised Patrolman Vogt and Deuce with a donation of all the money that they collected through their hard work.