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96 Fallen State Police Troopers Memorialized; Gov. Tom Wolf declares Pennsylvania State Police Day
Memorial Service Ninety-six Pennsylvania State Police troopers who have died in the line of duty were
memorialized at the State Police Academy in Hershey, marking the 110th Anniversary of the organization's formation. The gathering honored the troopers' service as part of the ranks of state police, which were first created on May 2, 1905. Gov. Tom Wolf proclaimed May 2 "Pennsylvania State Police Day" to pay tribute to those who have died while serving in the "noble organization." View Highlights from the Ceremony...  Click here
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View a Rare Painting of Col. John C. Groome (circa 1920)

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Colonel. John C. Groome's Burial Place
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Interior construction will begin resulting in the partial closing until further notice. of PSP

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Fingerprints are a positive means of identification. No two persons have the same fingerprints...

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