Alaska's roads are dangerous anyway, but put a drunk driver on them and they can become deadly. Troopers must deal with just that situation during a blizzard. Another situation peculiarity of life in Alaska is that when the weather gets so bad, that wanted men will turn themselves in to have a warm, safe place to stay the night.moreless
The Season 3 Premiere of Alaska State Troopers takes state officers to the scene of the giant party that happens each year in Girdwood. Troopers are seen conducting a search for someone lost and missing on ice that is rapidly melting in a remote area. And troopers search in a bear infested area for a felon with a warrant.moreless
Inspections are all part of a trooper's job and Trooper Garcia finds a sizable cache of weapons in a boat in the Mat-Su region.
Alaskan State Troopers' jobs can take them to the remote islands of the state. Officers must conduct a night mission to capture and remove a man squatting on private property on a remote island only accessible by water craft; and troopers investigate the illegal killing of a moose.
A wanted fugitive is tracked down. Troopers also keep an eye on moose hunters and train public-safety officers in remote villages.
State Troopers conduct a manhunt for a crazed felon; surveil moose hunters for violations; and conduct training sessions for village Public Safety Officers.
Law enforcement is even more dangerous in the wilds of Alaska, as exhibited by trooper John Cyr who breaks an ankle during a search for poachers in the remote and harsh Talkeetna Mountains.
The Hoodoo Mountains once again host the Arctic Man Ski & Sno-Go Classic sporting event for a week and troopers are there to control the party-goers.
Troopers are in a daily fight against those who hunt the beasts of Alaska illegally as well as those who choose to drive drunk. The State Trooper Academy in Sitka is featured.
Another party draws troopers to the Kenai Peninsula while state officers travel to the remote village of White Mountain to conduct a probationary check on a registered felon.
Troopers pursue a dangerous man in a high-speed chase, search for two people who are feared lost in river rapids, and then look for drugs during vehicle stops.
A major problem in the 49th state is underage drinking, where passing out in the snow can cost you your life. Troopers are on the lookout for teenage drinkers during the holidays, look into the death of a moose, investigate the increase of crime during the season for fishing, and are attacked by eagles.moreless
Some of the most extreme people live the Alaska and troopers are called to a remote village and engage in an armed standoff; while the SWAT team is called out to effect an arrest on a high-priority suspect; and a constant in the 49th state is dealing with drivers under the influence.moreless
Troopers go after illegal hunters, investigate a serious motorcycle accident due to drinking, and intervene during a domestic dispute.
Troopers work the Iditarod cross arctic dog-sled race. Officers then investigate a report of gun shots in a remote village.
On Alaska's harsh Kenai Peninsula, hunters have gone missing in the wild, sending the Alaska State Troopers out on a dangerous search. A young man gets belligerent with a trooper after a motor vehicle accident involving his ATV. And troopers investigate the crash of a motorcycle and a tractor-trailer.
Mischief is the norm during the 20 hour nights experienced on Alaska's Seward Peninsula. A wanted man with a $10,000 felony warrant is taken into custody by a female trooper while her trooper husband interviews a man suspected of smuggling booze into alcohol free villages.
A special unit of the Alaska State Troopers called the Wildlife Patrol go after law breaking large game hunters. Trooper recruits are put through a two-and-a-half day survival test in the brutal Alaskan wild.
Even in as remote location as the Alaskan town of Bethel, a task force is put together in order to track down and arrest a drug dealer. And troopers are dispatched to the location of an ATV accident located near Sitka Sound.
The harsh wilderness of Alaska's bush country may have few who dare to live there, but drunkenness, sexual assault, and murder are regular events the troopers must deal with.
Season Two of Alaska State Troopers takes officers to the 25th annual Arctic Man Festival where they will try to keep law and order among the 12,000 plus heavy drinkers and partiers.
Troopers must fly to a remote village to make an arrest, using a frozen section of the Bering Sea to land on, and then have to fight off polar bears just to survive.
Troopers take to the rough country of the Talkeetna Mountain range to look for two men who have gone missing, while officers bust a substantial narcotics ring.
A fugitive is sought in the Fairbanks area while an assault near the Arctic Circle puts officers on the trail of a fight club. Troopers then man snow mobiles to track illegal moose hunters.
Series debut of a rare breed of law enforcement officers as just 13 Alaska State Troopers try to keep the peace and deter crime among the 10,000 festival goers at the Hoodoo Mountain Winter Sports Fest.