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Wu secures crucial reforms in new police contract
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Wu secures crucial reforms in new police contract
Deal includes ability to fire officers convicted of crimes and a 21% raise in police salaries over five years
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Boston joins 30x30 initiative to hire more female police officers
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Boston joins 30x30 initiative to hire more female police officers
The Boston Police Department recently announced that it has joined the 30x30 Initiative, a commitment to have women make up 30% of sworn recruits by 2030. But officials did not say how much of that figure would include Black women and other women of color.
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Cox sworn in as Boston police commissioner
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Cox sworn in as Boston police commissioner
Michael Cox, who grew up in Roxbury, was sworn in as Boston’s 44th police commissioner Monday, completing a remarkable return to a department whose strengths and weaknesses he understands from deep and sometimes painful personal experience.
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Incoming police commissioner shares insights
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Incoming police commissioner shares insights
Michael Cox spent 30 years in the Boston Police Department before leaving to head the Ann Arbor, Michigan force. Now he’s returning as commissioner of the BPD.
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Wu taps Michael Cox to head Police department
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Wu taps Michael Cox to head Police department
After a six-month search process, Mayor Michelle Wu has announced that Michael Cox, formerly of the Boston Police Department and most recently head of the Ann Arbor Police Department, will take the helm as Boston’s next police commissioner.
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