Kevin Horton ‘67
Boston College, B.S. 1972
Boston College, B.A. 1980
Anna Maria College, M.A. 1982
Detective Lieutenant, Massachusetts State Police, 30 years service.
Commanding Officer, Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section,
responsible for apprehension of the most violent criminals.
Co-founder, National Association of Fugitive Investigators.
Testified: United States Senate, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice Oversight.
Co-Authored Legislation -Testified before State Senate on Warrant Management System. Supervised numerous Federal and State Task Force Operations.
Proclamation from Governor Romney for 20 years of Service to VFAS
Citations for Outstanding Performance from Governors Dukakis, Weld & Cellucci
Appointed Honorary Deputy United States Marshal.
Received State Police Association “Bulldog Award”
Advice to Students
Choose a career you are passionate about, give it the best there is in you,
seize your opportunities, and be a team player!
Lead a “decent” life and remember the little things!
“You cannot do wrong and feel right. It is impossible!” – ET Benson
Inducted November 20, 2007