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20 significant dates in Pennsylvania State Police history

Pennsylvania State Police troopers on motorcycles in front of Troop A barracks in Greensburg, circa 1913.

Time was when Pennsylvania State Police troopers were unmarried men who were required to live in dorm-style rooms in their barracks. Over time, married men were able to join, but the state police stayed an exclusive boys’ club — no women allowed.


Source: The Tribune-Review

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