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A message from the President

Sergeant Matt Broniec, PresidentThe Missouri State Troopers Association was founded in 1981.  Since then, MOSTA has been serving and protecting those that serve and protect the citizens of Missouri, representing over 1300 active and  retired Troopers and Radio personnel.

MOSTA continues to be a leader in pursuing legislation to ensure its members have the resources they need to make Missouri a safer place to live, visit, and travel through.  MOSTA also ensures its members have the legal assistance needed to fulfill their job duties.

During these tough economic times, Missourians can rest assured that the members of the Missouri State Troopers Association will be there for them in their time of need, just as members of the Highway Patrol have been since 1931. 

We will always remember those Troopers who have made the ultimate sacrifice to the citizens of Missouri. 

Sergeant Matt Broniec, President

 

Have you been called recently???

The Missouri State Troopers Association contracts through Daycom in Bolivar, MO to foster support for the Association and raise awareness of the public for issues such as the "Move Over and Slow Down" law.

These calls are legitimate, however at no time will the calling representative obtain your credit card information over the phone.  They may however, obtain your mailing information to send you a pledge packet in the mail. If you have any additional questions, you may contact the MOSTA business office.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

Contact Us

Missouri State Troopers' Association
1729 East Elm Street
Jefferson City, MO  65101


573.635.5500
800.621.5094 Toll Free
573.636.5572 Fax

M-F  8:00am - 4:30pm

Attention Members

You will soon receive login information for the new MOSTA website in your email.  Once you have your login credentials, please go to the MOSTA Mail Portal and login with the credential issued to you.  You will be required to change your password upon entering the mail portal. 

Once you have changed your password, you may return to this page and login using the LOGIN link at the top of the page.

(Additional MEMBER ONLY menu options will appear on the menu bar across the top of the page when you are logged in.  There you may access the MOSTA Bulletin Board and other Member Resources)

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