The Alumni Association is
primarily made up of retired and former Maryland State Troopers.
Retirees and former members of the Department who have served
Three (3) years or more are classed as regular members. These are
the only voting members. See below for the various classes of
membership. There are four classes
of membership in the Maryland State Police Alumni Association.
"Regular Members" - Those who have served a minimum of Three (3)
years as a sworn, uniformed member of the Maryland State Police.
"Sworn Members" - Those who presently serve as a uniformed
member of the Maryland State Police. Sworn members of the
Maryland State Police may become regular members when they
"Associate Members" - This status can be
conferred on civilian members of the MSP, retired and active
members of allied law enforcement agencies.
"Life Member" - Those whose deceased spouses were members in good standing at their time of
MSPAA Information: There are five elected
regular members, known as the Board of Governors, who serve the
Association for a two year term. There are six standing
committees and eight special committees that assist in the
operation of the association. The Maryland State
Police Alumni Association, Inc. (MSPAA) was formed in 1960. The
purpose was to form a body of former and current members of the
Maryland State Police in a bond of good fellowship, to promote a
closer professional and social union among them and to assist
and promote the Maryland State Police. The Alumni Association
normally meets several times a year at luncheons held around the
State of Maryland. Some social events take place between
meetings. Spouses are always invited. "The Alumni News" is a
popular newsletter of the Alumni Association that is mailed to
all its members around the State and country.
dues are due by (January 1st) and are $35.00 a year.
for a membership application.
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