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© The Former Massachusetts State Troopers, Association

Welcome

To Former Massachusetts State Troopers,

Association

150th anniversary of Massachusetts State

Police

Thank you for visiting the Former Massachusetts State Troopers, Association web site. "FMSTA: To honor the history of the Massachusetts State Police and to recognize the accomplishments of its active and former members and their families through awards, scholarships and charitable donations." We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and can find the time to come see us and the rich history we have to share.

Grafton barracks now a

police museum

GRAFTON — In the rooms that once served as a barracks for troopers covering southeast Worcester County, nearly 150 years of state police history are on display in the Massachusetts State Police and Learning Center. Current and retired state police families and political leaders gathered Friday to open the museum at 44 Worcester St., a former barracks built in 1931. The barracks was replaced in 2006 by a modern barracks in Millbury.
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© The Massachusetts State Police Museum and Learning Center is a non-profit Chapter 501(c)(3) organization.

Welcome

To Former Massachusetts State

Troopers, Association

150th anniversary of

Massachusetts State Police

Thank you for visiting the Former Massachusetts State Troopers, Association web site. "FMSTA: To honor the history of the Massachusetts State Police and to recognize the accomplishments of its active and former members and their families through awards, scholarships and charitable donations." We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and can find the time to come see us and the rich history we have to share.

Grafton barracks now a

police museum

GRAFTON — In the rooms that once served as a barracks for troopers covering southeast Worcester County, nearly 150 years of state police history are on display in the Massachusetts State Police and Learning Center. Current and retired state police families and political leaders gathered Friday to open the museum at 44 Worcester St., a former barracks built in 1931. The barracks was replaced in 2006 by a modern barracks in Millbury.
More Info More Info