KSP Teen Driving Academy

Click here to download the Teen Driving Academy Information Sheet

Kentucky State Police is hosting its 10th Annual "Drive To Stay Alive" Teen Driving Academy. This program is a unique educational/hands-on learning experience designed to decrease teenage driving deaths in Kentucky.

When: June 17th-20th 2015

Click here to download the Drive To Stay Alive Teen Driving Academy Information Sheet

Click here to download the Drive To Stay Alive Teen Driving Academy Registration Application

 

Confiscated Weapons Sale

Confiscated sales

May 27, 2015 and open to Federally Licensed Dealers Only.

Click here to download the Weapons List in Excel Format

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KSP Unveils Statue To Honor Agency Service and Sacrifice

Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) and sculptor Benjamin Victor (right) unveiled "The Trooper" statue at the Kentucky State Police Academy in Frankfort on May 11

(Frankfort, Ky.) - The Kentucky State Police has strived to achieve a legacy of service, bravery and sacrifice. With today's unveiling of a powerful new symbol, this history will be permanently honored. At nearly 10-feet tall, a masterfully crafted bronze statue, entitled 'The Trooper,' rises as the crown of the recently dedicated state police training academy. Rendered in formal uniform, the figure is posed striding toward the future, moving out to protect the citizens of the Commonwealth.

"The statue is a permanent tribute to the troopers and officers of the Kentucky State Police who have made the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives in the line of duty," says KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer. "Moreover, it's about all those who have served since the agency's inception in 1948 and made tremendous sacrifices on a daily basis to protect its citizenry."

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Governor Beshear Dedicates New State Police Academy Campus

Governor Steve Beshear (center) joined Justice and Public Safety Secretary J. Michael Brown (left) and Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (right) to dedicate the new KSP Training Academy in Frankfort on April 27

(Frankfort, KY) - Governor Steve Beshear formally dedicated the new Kentucky State Police Academy today, unveiling a facility designed to provide current and future troopers with enhanced knowledge and skills to serve and protect the citizens of the Commonwealth.

"From day one, it was evident that the Kentucky State Police was in dire need of a facility that measured up to the level of professionalism exemplified by our troopers," Gov. Beshear said. "This is the premier law enforcement agency in the state, and it certainly deserves a first-class physical training facility."

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