THE ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED
DELAWARE STATE POLICE, INC.
 
P.O. Box 168
Cheswold, Delaware 19936-0168

Office: 302-736-9958 Fax: 302-736-9815
Email: ARDSP@DelawareTrooper.com ARDSP
 

19936 (Cheswold Weather Forecast, DE)





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DELAWARE STATE POLICE MUSEUM



              The Delaware State Police Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the Delaware State Police and honoring the sacrifice of those troopers who died in the performance of their duties. The Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts and displays as well as several antique vehicles.

              The facility is open to the public Monday thru Friday during the hours of 9 AM until 3 PM and is free-of-charge. While the Museum is a self-guided tour, a representative is available on-site to provide additional information and guidance. Please visit the DSP Museum website here.

              The Museum is an independent 501C3 charitable organization that owns and operates the museum facility. In order to maintain and operate its facility, the Museum relies on donations from its supporters and the general public. Contributions can be made payable to: Delaware State Police Museum, Inc. Donations and correspondence should be addressed to:

DSP Museum
P.O. Box 430
Dover, Delaware 19903-0430


Thanks in advance for your support of this worthy cause.




DELAWARE STATE POLICE CAMP BARNES


              Camp Barnes, located on Miller�s Creek, a tributary of Little Assawoman Bay, has since served the needs of thousands of children from throughout Delaware. Camp Barnes was originally designed to provide the children who were unable to attend summer camp an opportunity to experience life at a summer youth camp. Camp Barnes has remained basically unchanged, providing Delaware children with these outdoor experiences for over 50 years.

              The summer camp is an overnight residential camp run by the Delaware State Police and is open to children between the ages of 10 and 13 at no cost to the camper or family. Camp Barnes accommodates 60 campers per week for six weeks. The camp is in session from early July through August. All children are eligible to attend regardless of family income. Please visit the Camp Barnes website here.

              Camp Barnes is a non profit organization that operates the camp from donations and fund raising events. If you would like to make a donation to Camp Barnes make a check or money order out to Camp Barnes Inc. and mail to:

Camp Barnes, Inc. DSP Troop 4
23652 Shortly Road
Georgetown, Delaware 19947


Thanks in advance for your support of this worthy cause.









Troop 2 State Road, New Castle 1940's

Rt 13 & Rt 40 Split Located Between Rt 13 Lanes

Nicknamed "The Ferry Boat"

Troop 4 Georgetown 1940's

DuPont Highway North of Georgetown

1940 Patrol Vehicle

1949 Ford

Trooper Bruce C. Ennis 223

1968 Plymouth Fury

Trooper Alfred T. Hawkinson, Jr. 278

1972 Plymouth Fury

1971 Bell Jet Ranger "N71SP"

1990 Ford Crown Vic & Bell Long Ranger

Motor Unit at Law Enforcement Memorial

Delaware Law Enforcement Memorial

DSP Uniforms over the years



Important Trooper Information Request
              In our attempts to make the information at the Delaware State Police Museum more meaningful to everyone who served as a Trooper, whether deceased or still alive, we would request the following information.

              To be included in the touch-screen computerized Roll Call display in the Museum, which is now operational and very effective, we ask that each Trooper be described with a biographical sketch listing the following information. If the Trooper is no longer living or if you are the widow or survivor of a deceased Trooper, you may know the information we are seeking and if so, please fill out as much information as you can.

Please send the information to:

Delaware State Police Museum
P. O. Box 430
Dover, Delaware 19903-0430


        Biography Form              click in this box to bring up the form


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Association of Retired Delaware State Police