Members of a Washington State Patrol honor guard march in the Capitol rotunda during the Governor’s Inaugural Ball, Jan. 11 in Olympia. More patrol troopers are staying on the job since wages were increased.
Members of a Washington State Patrol honor guard march in the Capitol rotunda during the Governor’s Inaugural Ball, Jan. 11 in Olympia. More patrol troopers are staying on the job since wages were increased. Ted S. Warren AP
Members of a Washington State Patrol honor guard march in the Capitol rotunda during the Governor’s Inaugural Ball, Jan. 11 in Olympia. More patrol troopers are staying on the job since wages were increased. Ted S. Warren AP

Climb in trooper salaries reducing officer shortage, State Patrol says

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