INSTITUTE, W.Va. — A new cadet class starts training Monday at the West Virginia State Police Academy. This will be the 63rd class at the training facility.
The 21 cadets will undergo 25 weeks of training, which includes physical fitness, weapons and state-law education.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will administer the oath of office to the cadets at 10 a.m.
The cadets were selected from hundreds of applicants who underwent a written and physical exam.