Anti-law enforcement media bias

Once again, media outlets in the Commonwealth have targeted, misrepresented and otherwise insulted and smeared the hardworking Troopers of the Massachusetts State Police.  Why?  To fuel their anti-law enforcement agenda and profit on advertisement revenue earned off our backs. The Association and our media representatives have written and spoken to numerous reporters, editors [...]

2021-03-23T12:42:49+00:00

United We Rise–COVID-19 Response Day

The State Police Association of Massachusetts is partnering with other community groups and organizations in Boston to commemorate Black History Month through a day of community service. MA State Police organizations One Blue and the Massachusetts Minority State Police Officers Association, Inc are also collaborating with SPAM to support this engagement. The spread of [...]

2021-02-23T17:12:27+00:00

Labor Relations Charges

The Association has levied a second charge against the Department for unfair labor practices.  Earlier today, our labor attorney filed a charge of prohibited practice under M.G.L. c.150E with the Department of Labor Relations.  We now have charges moving forward against (1) the unilateral implementation of Body-Worn Cameras (BWCs) without bargaining to resolution [...]

2021-02-20T01:00:43+00:00

Stop the Attacks on Law Enforcement

The State Police Association of Massachusetts is disgusted by the endless onslaught of attacks on law enforcement by violent assailants, special interest groups and the political establishment, that is seemingly more concerned with press conferences than training, equipping and supporting modern, professional police services. Last night we closed out 2020 with yet another firearm [...]

2021-02-20T00:57:27+00:00

Spam Benevolent Fund Provides Financial Assistance to NH Trooper Merrill

On Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020, Trooper Matthew Merrill of the NH State Police – Troop F was shot and wounded in the line of duty. Remarkably, Trooper Merrill survived the critical incident. The event however, left him with serious injuries and a long road to recovery. The State Police Association of Massachusetts created a [...]

2020-12-29T14:09:00+00:00

State Police Association of Massachusetts Organizes Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway for Vulnerable Families

Works With Neighborhood Network Center And MSP For Second Annual Event What: For the second year in a row, the State Police Association of Massachusetts is providing full turkey dinners to families in Boston for Thanksgiving.  Working in conjunction with the Neighborhood Network Center, Inc. of Boston and the Massachusetts State Police, [...]

2020-11-21T01:43:40+00:00

Endorsement of State Representative Timothy R. Whelan

Dear Representative Whelan, The State Police Association of Massachusetts respectfully requests your acceptance of an endorsement for your re-election in the First Barnstable district of the Massachusetts House.  Your steadfast commitment to truth and justice represents the highest principles of an American government answerable to its citizens.  Now more than ever, the people of [...]

2020-09-24T23:43:47+00:00

Thanks to the courageous Senators

Early Tuesday morning, ten (10) State Senators stood bravely apart from the hurriedly formed, submitted and rushed-to-vote Senate bill S.2800. The votes cast do not detract or reject police reform, but rather focuses our attention on reforms that are sound, attainable, and well- reasoned. We wish to extend our thanks to Senators Collins, DiZoglio, Fattman, [...]

2020-07-15T22:07:24+00:00

President’s Message To The Membership RE: Senate S.2800 and Qualified Immunity

Dear Association members, It strikes me as fundamentally cruel that absolute or qualified immunity exists in the law for every single government official in Massachusetts, but now the Senate wants to carve out an exception that will overly expose police officers, who have one of the most dangerous jobs that calls for split-second decisions [...]

2020-07-13T10:37:14+00:00
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