The state law enforcement agency is celebrating its 100th anniversary. At the same time, Troop E is celebrating 50 years in the Finger Lakes region. State police have written a book telling the stories and cataloging the experiences of its troopers. Troopers in Troop E wrote their own book as well.

New York State Police have reached a milestone and the men and women in uniform want the community to join the celebration.

The state law enforcement agency is celebrating its 100th anniversary. At the same time, Troop E is celebrating 50 years in the Finger Lakes region. State police have written a book telling the stories and cataloging the experiences of its troopers. Troopers in Troop E wrote their own book as well.

This Saturday, the public is invited to come to Troop E headquarters on Route 332 in Canandaigua to meet the men and women in uniform and get a taste of the agency's proud history.

"I think it gives us the opportunity to let the public see what we're all about," said Major Richard Allen. "It gives us the opportunity to welcome the public, let them see our members in action and what we bring to the table to help the citizens of this area."

You can learn all about Troop E from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday: talk with troopers and see firsthand some of changes that have taken place over the last 50 years.