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After successfully completing a comprehensive training program and field training, ten troopers graduated from the North Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy on Friday, Sept. 14. The newly sworn North Dakota Highway Patrol troopers began the academy on Jan. 8 and completed the 24-week training and field program in late August.
On Saturday, Sept. 8, the North Dakota Highway Patrol and Williams County Sheriff’s Office conducted a sobriety checkpoint on the Highway 1804 south of US Highway 2, west of Williston.
NDHP Colonel Brandon Solberg announces the promotion and reassignment of Captain Aaron Hummel, Captain Thomas Iverson, Lieutenant Jody Skogen, and Trooper Jeremy Rost.
North Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Gerald Baumgartner recently represented North Dakota at the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) annual North American Inspectors Championship (NAIC). The NAIC is the only event dedicated to testing, recognizing and awarding commercial motor vehicle inspector excellence. Fifty-two jurisdictions sent their best inspector to compete against other top inspectors from across North America for the 26th annual competition held in Columbus OH August 14-18. The event is held in conjunction with the American Trucking Association’s National Truck and Step Van Driving Championship each year to help foster an environment of cooperation between enforcement and industry in Highway Safety.
The North Dakota Peace Officers Association has awarded the 2018 Peace Officer of the Year award to North Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Kyle Stern at its recent annual meeting in Minot.