Pennsylvania State Police Lift College Credit Requirement For Prospective Troopers

DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. —

A college credit requirement has been dropped for prospective applicants to Pennsylvania State Police, a move that Gov. Josh Shapiro and leaders with state law enforcement believe will help a wider range of applicants qualify for the role.

Shapiro (D) and Col. Christopher Paris, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, announced the move during a Monday news conference at the Pennsylvania State Police Academy in Derry Township.

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