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  • Alaska State Troopers Lateral (APSC certified)

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    The State of Alaska, Department of Public Safety, is recruiting for experienced police officers certified by the Alaska Police Standards Council. Successful applicants will at a minimum attend a 7-week lateral academy in Sitka, Alaska and complete the 15-week field training program at a training post at the Department’s discretion. This posting is for applicants who are interested in patrol or wildlife positions.

    The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is Alaska's primary law enforcement agency whose responsibilities encompass the enforcement of federal, state, and local laws.

    DPS has two law enforcement divisions: the Alaska State Troopers and the Alaska Wildlife Troopers. The Division of Alaska State Troopers’ main responsibility is the enforcement of all criminal and traffic laws, identification and apprehension of violators, and the prevention of crime and traffic violations. Specialized functions include: technical crime, complex criminal investigations, drug and alcohol investigations, warrant service, prisoner transport, and search and rescue missions, and highway patrol.

    The Division of Alaska Wildlife Troopers’ main responsibility is to protect Alaska’s wildlife resources through education and enforcement of laws and regulations governing the use of natural resources within Alaska and its adjacent waters. The Wildlife Troopers also participate in the overall mission of the Department of Public Safety through enforcement of criminal laws and participation in search and rescue operations.

    Troopers enjoy the following benefits:

    • Premium pay for troopers assigned to special duties.

    • Relocation reimbursement ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 paid in installments for troopers that move to remote locations. (relocation also includes the movement of up to two (2) vehicles and up to 15,000 pounds of the member's household goods for in-state moves);

    • State and union negotiated wage increases;

    • Eligibility for annual merit increases or longevity pay based on years of State service; and

    • Geographic pay differential, where applicable.

    The Department of Public Safety offers a variety of opportunities for career growth and self-improvement. Some of the specialized assignments and duties include the following:

    • Alaska Bureau of Investigation (ABI);

    • Wildlife Investigative Unit;

    • Alaska Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Enforcement (ABADE);

    • Canine Handler;

    • DARE Instructor;

    • DUI Enforcement Team;

    • Warrant and Fugitive Task Force;

    • Patrol Vessel Operator;

    • Aircraft Pilot;

    • Tactical Dive Unit (TDU);

    • Special Emergency Reaction Team (SERT);

    • Firearms Instructors / Armorers;

    • Judicial Services Units;

    • Bureau of Highway Patrol;

    • Academy Instructor;

    • Field Training Officer (FTO); and

    • Drug Recognition Expert (DRE).

    Salary and Benefits

    The base monthly salary for a State Trooper Recruit varies based on geographic location.

    Starting Salary Trooper Recruit

    State Trooper Recruit $26.16 per hour/$4,535.00 per month
    State Trooper Recruit with a 4 year college degree $27.14 per hour/$4,705.00 per month
    Starting Salary State Trooper Lateral (certified law enforcement officers with at least one year of qualified experience)

    State Trooper Lateral $30.31 per hour/$5,254.00 per month
    State Trooper Lateral with a 4 year college degree $31.45 per hour/$5,451.00 per month

    For more information contact 1-877 AKTROOP

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    Sir,

    I have a question or two about the lateral program the AST offer. I am a Border Patrol Agent with 4 years of service on the Southwest border. I notice that in the description for the lateral program it mentions FBI,DEA,ATF ext. Now my question is are those Federal agencies the only ones you will accept in the lateral? Or will you accept a Border Patrol Agent? I also have one more question. With the lateral program would I need to travel to AK for any type of testing or anything like what the recruits have too?
    Border Patrol Agent:
    Pre Employment Forms- completed 6/24/2008
    Qualifications- completed4/2/2009
    Medical Exam- completed 8/15/2008
    Structured Interview- completed 8/6/2008
    Drug Screening- Completed 4/9/2009
    Background Investigation- completed 3/31/2009
    Fitness- completed 8/15/2008
    TSU-4/21/2009

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