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STATE POLICE TO GRADUATE 53 NEW STATE TROOPERS IN CEREMONY THURSDAY 131st Training Troop

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(MIDDLETOWN, CT – March 23, 2022) – The Connecticut State Police Training Academy will graduate 53
members of the 131st Training Troop on Thursday, March 24, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.
The graduation ceremony will be hosted by the Connecticut Military Department at the Hartford
Armory, located at 360 Broad Street in Hartford, Connecticut.
The Commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, James C. Rovella,
and Colonel Stavros Mellekas, Commander of the Connecticut State Police, will preside over the graduation
exercises. The State Police Command Staff will be in attendance to receive the new graduates. A member of the
graduating class will represent the new Troopers as Class Speaker during the ceremony. Governor Ned Lamont
is scheduled to attend and address the graduates.
This graduating class has been in training for over six months. The new Troopers will report to their
State Police Troop assignments where they will complete their training with field training Troopers.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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