District One Kelly Mabon nan2k@cox.net Click:Go to District Page
District Two Anndi Bownes anndib@yahoo.com Click:Go to District Page
District Three None None Click:Go to District Page
District Four Kay Busby kbusby4343@gmail.com Click:Go to District Page
District Five Deb Unruh dlegerking@yahoo.com Click:Go to District Page
District Six Nancy Evans nancylevans47@gmail.com Click:Go to District Page
District Seven Edie Griffin egriffen1949@yahoo.com Click:Go to District Page
District Eight Meredith Quimby me.quimat@yahoo.com Click:Go to District Page


Program Information:








The Kansas Highway Patrol in cooperation with the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary annually hosts a one week law enforcement academy for high school students.  The academy is held at the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Center in Salina, Kansas.  The Academy is meant to help young Kansans gain knowledge in a hands on environment about the training and responsibilities of law enforcement officers, and specifically Kansas State Troopers.

  • Cadets learn about marching and inspections

  • Cadets spend time in a classroom

  • Cadets learn techniques in emergency vehicle operation

  • Cadets receive some basic firearms training

  • Cadets experience some Kansas Highway Patrol aircraft operations

  • The experience of a lifetime for any young adult who is considering a career in law enforcement


Eligible Cadets Must be:

  • In the summer between their Junior and Senior years of high school

  • Be in good health to take part in law enforcement related activities

  • Have "C+" academic average

  • Write a 100 word essay stating why they want to attend the academy


Applications are accepted annually from January through March 1st.  Interested students can contact the American Legion at (785) 232-9315 for an application and further information.


The fee per cadet is $300.00.  Interested participants are encouraged to connect with a local American Legion Post or American Legion Auxiliary Unit to discover if sponsorship is available.  Lodging, food and uniform are provided for the week.

Cadet Law is held during the month of June each year.



June 4-June 9, 2017, the 2017 Cadet Law Enforcement Academy was held. Review this video to see what the students learn from this program. Click the YouTube icon to view the video.
Purpose Statement:

To develop leaders at all levels, grows membership and mentors of all ages.


Committee Deadlines:

>Year-End Unit Reports are due to District Chairman by March 15, 2017.

>Cadet Law Academy Application must be received by March 31, 2017.

>Cadet Law Academy is held every year in June. This year Cadet Law Academy will be held from June 4 to 9, 2017.

Unit Report Form  
Cadet Law Enforcement Informtion Brochure Cadet Law Enforcement Application and Information (2016)



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