The Michigan State Police is a full-service, state wide law enforcement agency with its sworn members having full police powers. The department was founded in 1917 as a wartime constabulary and eventually evolved into the modern agency that it is today. The department’s members are called “Troopers”. The Michigan State Police headquarters is in Dimondale, Michigan. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of approximately 10 million people covering nearly 100,000 square miles.
2020 is the first year the Michigan State Police has joined the Pink Patch Project. The Michigan State Police would like to extend a special thank you to the members of the El Segundo Police Department for including MSP into this project.