the Safety Signal
February 2012 - Page 1
Academy applicants meet for first time
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With the testing portion of the application
process behind them, the cadets were called in
for an Information Session. There they had their
first look at each other in early February. The
session took place just weeks before they began
the grueling, intense training of the 60th
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Academy.
Personnel of the Human Resources
division checked in each cadet and welcomed
them. They provided the cadets with the
opportunity to learn information they will need
to know as employees of the agency.
Key members from various organizations
were brought together to address the cadets and
inform them of specifics regarding their
particular areas. For instance, there were
representatives from the DPS Federal Credit
Union, the Insurance division and the Oklahoma
Law Enforcements Retirement System.
Spokespersons from the organizations provided
information to the cadets that helped them
understand any benefits available to them as
information with the
participated in a
them to delve deeper
into learning about
being an employee.