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Maj. John J. Buturla
Major John J. Buturla began his professional career in 1979 as a police officer in the town of Trumbull, Connecticut. He joined the Connecticut State Police in November of 1982.
He rose through the ranks to Major and served in numerous assignments, including Command Officer of Major Crime, Professional Standards, Labor Relations and patrol troops. He was also the Chief of Staff for the State Police.
In October of 2001, Buturla was assigned as the Deputy Director for the Division of Homeland Security. This Division serves as a direct liaison with the Federal Department of Homeland Security and is responsible for development of unified safety and security measures for Connecticut. Buturla was appointed as the Acting Director of the Division of Homeland Security in February 2004. On May 28, 2004 he was appointed as the Director of Homeland Security for the State of Connecticut and currently holds this position.
Director Buturla has a B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice from Sacred Heart University. In 1982 Sacred Heart University recognized him as "The Most Promising Criminal Justice Scholar." He received a M.S. Degree in Forensic Science from the University of New Haven in 1988, where he received a Graduate Fellowship for Academic Excellence. On December 17, 1999 Major Buturla graduated from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. Director Buturla is also an Adjunct Professor at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport and for the Graduate Program in National Security at the University of New Haven.
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Product Code: 6672
Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company
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