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State Police Association of Massachusetts

State Police Association of Massachusetts

(781) 449-7916

State Police Association of Massachusetts

49 years in business
388 Hillside Ave
Needham Heights, MA 02494-1221
Fax Numbers
  • (781) 455-8666
BBB File Opened: 01/24/1986
Business Started: 01/01/1968
Business Management
  • Mr. John D. MacLean, President
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. John D. MacLean, President
Business Category
  • Associations
  • NAICS: Civic and Social Organizations

Number of Employees: 



State Police Association of Massachusetts (S.P.A.M.) is engaged as an association representing members of the uniformed branch of the Massachusetts State Police. The association was established in 1968. There are 18 employees. Mr. John D. MacLean is the President. Dean Bennett is the Vice President. Thomas Neff, Jr. is the Secretary and John Coflesky is the Treasurer. Any questions or problems should be directed to the attention of Mr. MacLean.

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State Police Association of Massachusetts


State Police Association of Massachusetts

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