Massachusetts State Police Patrol Centennial Anniversary of the State Police Patrol and the First Training Class

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Although the Massachusetts State Police is known as the Nation’s oldest state police agency, established in 1865, the development of the automobile led to the increased need for a uniformed force to patrol the state’s roadways and rural areas. This book celebrates the centennial anniversary of the Massachusetts State Police Patrol from 1921-2021, and the first training class that graduated on November 18, 1921. A comprehensive history, biographical narratives of the officers of the first graduating class, and more than 150 photographs honor these men and the beginnings of such a proud organization. Order today!

Proceeds from the sale of this book will also help other communities and organizations preserve their history through Our American Heritage Project, a non-profit organization.
About The Author

Ronald J. Guilmette  Ronald J. Guilmette joined the Massachusetts State Police in 1968. After graduating from the State Police Academy, he was assigned to Troop “C” Worcester County. He later saw assignment in the Criminal Information Bureau Narcotics Section, the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, Troop “A”, and as Captain/Troop Commander at Troop “F”, Logan International Airport. He was promoted to Major and Lt. Colonel, retiring in 1999. He has been an active member and past president of the Massachusetts State Police Muse Learn More about Ronald J. Guilmette
Book Details
Author: Ronald J. Guilmette
Pages: 64 pages
Product Dimensions: 8.5x1
ISBN: 978-1-948901-84-0
Cover Type: Hardcover
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