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Women in OSP
Sworn Positions
OSP female Troopers bring a variety of specialized skill sets and backgrounds to their jobs. Some have college degrees, some don´t. Some have worked in a military or paramilitary environment before, some haven´t. Some are raising families, some aren´t.

Being a Trooper is not an issue of gender or
race, it´s about tapping individual potential. Trooper Stephanie Bigman

  • If you have the Commitment to Make a Difference
  • If you have a Desire to Work Hard and Learn New Skills
  • If you are Physically Fit and you want a Career That Can Offer Financial Security
  • If you have the Desire to Grow Professionally and if you have a Genuine Interest in Law Enforcement and Becoming a Trooper.
Click for a video dedicated to the Women of OSP.

Read Their Success Stories in Their Words
Click on a link below to see some success stories about Women in Sworn Positions at Oregon State Police.

Sr. Tpr. Peggy Bishop
Sr. Tpr. Toni Raugust
Sr. Tpr. Carla Urbigkeit
Detective Deanna Harris
Det. Teresa Bowersox 
Detective Kristina Manley  Trooper Kristina Manley