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  • DSP announce the retirement of Lieutenant Paige after 30 years of service

  • The Delaware State Police has announced the retirement of Lieutenant Colonel James Paige after serving 30 years.
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  • The Delaware State Police has announced the retirement of Lieutenant Colonel James Paige after serving 30 years.
    Paige was hired March 16, 1984 into the 48DSP Recruit Class. He began his career in Kent County and later Sussex County assigned to uniformed patrol. He served in several assignments throughout his career including the fatal accident investigation reconstruction team and the DSP Headquarters Traffic Section, where he was promoted to the rank of captain and assigned as the director of traffic.
    He also  served in many capacities following the Traffic section to include the video lottery enforcement unit, internal affairs and troop commander of Troop 9 located in Odessa. In 2009, after four years as troop commander, Paige was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel and joined the executive staff, where he has served as the deputy superintendent, the second in command of the Delaware State Police, for the last five years.
     

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