Wisconsin State Patrol

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Wisconsin State Patrol (WSP) was established in 1939 for the purpose of providing law​ enforcement services in a rapidly changing transpo​rtation environment. Along with that effort, it was recognized from its inception that the WSP would stand ready to provide public safety assistance to local, county and tribal units of government as well as our partner agencies at the state and federal levels.      (​More History​)​​

66th Recruit Class

Thank you to all who applied. 

The recruitment window is now closed. Check back for information regarding future recruitment opportunities.

Superintendent Burrell

Raised in Milwaukee, Burrell graduated with the State Patrol’s 40th recruit class in July of 1990 and began h​is career as a trooper in St.​ Croix County. (Read More​)​



The State Patrol's ​"Law of the Month" brings awareness to the issue of Human Trafficking. 
​The Wisconsin State Patrol is trained in identifying and responding to indicators of human trafficking.
​WSP works closely with federal, state, and local partners - including the Wisconsin Department of Justice - to combat this important issue. 

January is National
"Human Trafficking Prevention Month."
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Learn more by visiting​ the US Department of Homeland Security's "Blue Campaign" website. 

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