TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – If you’ve ever wanted a career in law enforcement, you might be interested in this:

The Idaho State Police will be hiring around 25 new troopers this year in all of its six different offices, according to a news release issued on Tuesday. It currently is testing applicants. But don’t worry, you still have time to apply. Online examinations must be completed no later than June 1.

Top applicants will undergo an extensive background check that includes reference checks, work history verification, criminal history and credit checks. Applicants must also pass a series of psychological, medical and physical fitness examinations, according to the news release, along with a polygraph exam and substance abuse screening. Previous law enforcement experience is not required.

The hiring process will take around six months to complete and successful candidates will begin training in ISP's 20-week Advanced Training Class in January 2017.

Learn more at the ISP website or by contacting a recruiter at 208-884-7018. To begin the testing process, visit this page.