New ISP trooper reports to Evansville Post | News
Trooper William Campbell has joined the Indiana State Police Evansville Post.
ISP recently graduated 38 new troopers from the academy and during the 24 week process, Campbell received approximately 930 hours of structured training in law enforcement. His curriculum included 80 hours of criminal law instruction, 80 hours of vehicle operations training, and 47 hours of traffic law. He also developed skills in criminal investigation, vehicle crash investigation and impaired driver prevention and detection.
Campbell, 26, graduated in 2003 from Red Hill High School in Bridgeport, IL. He later graduated from Indiana State University where he received a degree in Criminal Justice.
Trooper Campbell starts his 14 weeks of field training with experienced troopers today. The program allows him to put the skills and knowledge he gained in the academy to work in the field. Upon successful completion of the field training program, he will receive his own patrol car and begin solo patrol responsibilities.
Campbell and his wife, Amanda, currently reside in Evansville.
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