Bradley Lueckenhoff enters Law Enforcement Academy
Son of Highway Patrol Sgt. John Lueckenhoff to graduate in June
Lieutenant Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, acting superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announced that 38 people reported to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy on Jan. 2 to begin the 25-week training course to become a trooper.
Included in the group is Bradley J. Lueckenhoff, of Cassville, son of Sgt. John Lueckenhoff, public information and education officer for the Highway Patrol, and Wendy Lueckenhoff, speech pathologist.
The 104th Recruit Class is scheduled to graduate on June 23. As of Feb. 3, 2017, 29 recruits remain in the Academy. The average age of the members of the 104th Recruit Class is 23 years.
Eight of the recruits have attended some college, three have earned an associateís degree, two have credits that total more than an associateís degree, 13 hold bachelorís degrees, one holds a masterís degree, and one has earned a doctorate.
Seven of the recruits have prior military experience, and five of the recruits have prior experience in law enforcement.