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About the Massachusetts State Police

The Massachusetts State Police was created in 1865, making it the oldest statewide law enforcement agency in the nation. Today, the department is comprised of 2,300 sworn officers and 400 civilian personnel.  The Division of Field Services is the largest division with the Massachusetts State Police.  It is organized into Troops; A through E.  First organized in 1921, the Division of Field Services consists of over 1500 state troopers.

George Vuilleumier holds a bachelor’s degree from Columbia Pacific University, and he has spent his entire adult life in the field of law enforcement.  At the age of 18, George Vuilleumier joined the United States Coast Guard.  Upon discharge he joined the Massachusetts State Police where his assignments included vice officer and narcotics investigator.  He left the Massachusetts State Police to join the U.S. Treasury where he served as an Internal Affairs Agent, uncover operative and ultimately the Chief of the Treasury’s Southwest Region.  Upon mandatory retirement he joined the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department where he served as a reserve lieutenant.  


George Vuilleumier has produced a number of law enforcement training films and has appeared on the Law Enforcement Television Network. He has also written extensively for The Chief of Police magazine.  His book, It’s a Cop’s Life, is his autobiography.

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