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Harvard scrutinizing its police on race

Former Suffolk district attorney Ralph Martin will lead the six-member panel that will review Harvard's police force. Former Suffolk district attorney Ralph Martin will lead the six-member panel that will review Harvard's police force. (George Rizer/ Globe Staff/ File)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 27, 2008

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Harvard University will launch an examination of the campus Police Department following long-running complaints that officers have unfairly treated black students and professors and, in an incident this month, a black high school student working at Harvard. (Full article: 853 words)

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