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Disabled Person Protection Unit Sergeant retires; 35 years of service to Massachusetts State Police

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“We would like to congratulate Sergeant Timothy Grant on his retirement after 36 years of service to the Massachusetts State Police and the citizens of this state.

Sergeant Grant worked for many years in our Disabled Persons Protection Unit, seeking justice for people with disabilities who were abused or victimized.

This week at General Headquarters, where he finalized his retirement, he was joined by his wife Loretta and several of his colleagues, including Lieutenant Colonel John Mawn, commander of the Division of Investigative Services.

Thank you, Sergeant, for your honorable service on behalf of some of our most vulnerable victims.” -Massachusetts State Police.

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  1. Thank you Sergeant for your many years of service to the citizens of the Commonwealth. You are a true example of an exemplary police officer and a good man.

    Life is good on the other side of law enforcement. Enjoy what is ahead.

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