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State Trooper? Contact a Recruiter
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online application for the position of a PSP Cadet. Apply Online
What are the
duties of a Trooper?
Pennsylvania State Police Troopers
provide and maintain traffic enforcement and control, crime scene response and investigation,
public order, staff support, and security for the citizens of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania. Troopers often work independently and are required to recognize immediate
problem areas. Troopers must make responsible decisions and take the appropriate corrective
action without the benefit of close supervision. Troopers often operate in situations that are
stressful and dangerous.
The Pennsylvania State Police Day Memorial
Ceremony honoring the 98 members of the department who have died in the line of duty was held
at the State Police Academy in Hershey on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.
The granite Wall of Honor has been filled to
capacity. Preparations are currently being made to add an additional wall. Due to the
rising costs of granite and associated materials, the price to purchase a brick will be $350.
Bricks may be purchased by contacting the museum at 717.534.0565
Exists to help protect those who
protect us, and to serve those who serve the commonwealth. Learn more
The Rifle Raffle Winner!
Bill Regan, H.E.M.C. President,
presents Thomas Memmi with the Trapdoor Cartrige Carbine Rifle. Mr. Memmi won the the
PSP-Springfield Trapdoor Cartridge Carbine Rifle Raffle when his ticket was drawn
on Thursday, February 18th at the H.E.M.C. monthly board meeting. View more!
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Send donations to:
PSP-HEMC 187 Police Academy Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
The new 6,000sq. ft.expansion of the museum includes a donor-funded chapel, more
exhibit area, a vehicle display, and a multi-purpose room for senior citizen education and public
use for meeting space rental.
PSP-HEMC Announces Plans to Begin Construction of the Wall of
The Wall will be made of black polished granite. Each brick will be 12
in length, 3 in height and able to be clearly read from a distance of 6. The bricks
will be engraved with the individuals Name and Date of Enlistment/Date of Hire. Bricks will
be arranged randomly without regard to rank or employment status (ie; active, retired, enlisted or
civilian). Brick order forms may be obtained by emailing the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org. Special Placement form
The Pennsylvania State Police
is the world's largest internationally accredited law enforcement agency. This honor was awarded
by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies also known as CALEA.. Learn more
Legendary golfer and "Friend of PSP-HEMC", Arnold Palmer passed away on
September 25, 2016, He was a supporter of the PSP Museum and will be sadly missed by all.
Arnold Palmer: Message...
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View historical photos of The Pennsylvania State Police...
Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Glenn Walp, (retired) was hired by the lab
to investigate crime and lapsed security that plagued the lab post-9/11. Walp uncovered the theft/loss
of over $3 million in taxpayer property.