Boston Police Commissioner William Evans promises to fight violence, strengthen community policing

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William Evans pledged to fight to keep crime down and strengthen community policing in the department as he was officially introduced today as Boston’s new police commissioner.

“I’ll work my hardest,” Evans, who has been with the force for more than three decades, promised at a news conference at police headquarters attended by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley.

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