STATE TROOPER. BY: MEAGAN KELLEY. SCHOOLING. The 18-week Mid-Michigan Police Academy, offered in the fall and spring each year, provides students with more than 650 hours of training.
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The 18-week Mid-Michigan Police Academy, offered in the fall and spring each year, provides students with more than 650 hours of training.
Candidates applying to the Academy must have an associate degree or 37 semester credits, which include CORE requirements. Candidates meeting the second criterion must be eligible for an associate degree after completing the Academy. In addition, candidates applying to the Mid-Michigan Police Academy should be 21 years of age or older.
You need to attend Police Academies for basic training to continue your training.
Troopers earn 13 vacation days in the first calendar year, accrued four hours every two weeks. Additional vacation time is accrued based on years of service.
Troopers earn 13 paid sick days in a calendar year, accrued four hours every two weeks.
State of Michigan employees receive 12 paid holidays per year.
All enlisted employees are provided with the required uniforms and equipment. A uniform cleaning allowance is also provided.
Troopers are eligible to retire after 25 years of service. The retirement rate is calculated at 60 percent of the average of the last two years of compensation including salary, overtime, vacation time and compensatory time.
For more information on benefits specific to the Michigan State Police Troopers Association bargaining unit, visit the Office Of the State Employer Web site.
AAST created the Spirit of the Trooper Award in 2009 to recognize individuals for their support of the goals and purposes of AAST and its mission to improve the lives of state troopers and their families.
State trooper earn awards based on how long they have been in service.
Michigan State Police Meritorious Service Award.
Many medals can be earned as well for your service