Posts tagged: Washington State Patrol
The Washington Department of Transportation's new port of entry on Interstate 90 near the Idaho border is open for business.
WashDOT describes the $14 million facility as equipped with state-of-the-art technology to enhance the efficiency, safety and security of truck freight movement at that location.
It was also designed in cooperation with the Washington State Patrol and a company, International Road Dynamics, to create a more efficient system of access.
Those new tech systems include a “Commercial Vehicle Information System Network” (CVISN) and a Weigh-in-Motion (WIN) system. Those tools provide for automated vehicle identification and rapid license plate recognition, to help focus on trucks and carriers known to be high-risk, according to a press release.
Photo: from Washington State Patrol
Do you have a strong sense of duty, honor and service?
Are you physically fit and educated? Looking for a career?
It's not the Army or Marines asking this time. It's the Washington State Patrol, which is recruiting for trooper positions.
Candidates are invited to fill out an application and join the WSP at its next physical fitness and written test, Nov. 5, 7:30 a.m., at the Washington State Patrol Academy, 631 W Dayton Airport Rd, Shelton, Wash.
To obtain an application for a testing date, or for more information about the process, go here.
Or contact Trooper Tina Wallman, Eastern Washington recruiter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.