Massachusetts Questioned on Not Listing Problem Police Officers
While New Hampshire has released the names of police officers with potential credibility issues, Massachusetts officials say they’re not maintaining a similar statewide list. New Hampshire’s attorney general released a statewide list in December. The Telegram & Gazette asked Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey for a similar list of Massachusetts officers with proven histories of lying or misconduct and...
All Mass. State Troopers Given Body Cameras After Overtime Scandal
Massachusetts State Police announced Thursday that all of its troopers have been assigned body cameras, a reform that was ordered in 2018 after the agency was rocked by an overtime scandal. All 2,200 of the agency’s sworn personnel now have body cameras and are training on how to use them, police officials said. The agency has also installed cameras in…
Victim's Daughter Speaks Out Following Attack in Boston; Search on For Suspects
An 82-year-old man was viciously beaten and attacked by a pack of dirt-bike and ATV riders last week in Boston. State police say the victim was chased down on Storrow Drive and are asking anyone who witnessed the attack to call detectives.