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38 new Boston officers awarded badges

Jose Molina III (center) took his oath along with 37 other new Boston police officers yesterday at a ceremony in Dorchester. Six recruits from outside Boston also graduated. Jose Molina III (center) took his oath along with 37 other new Boston police officers yesterday at a ceremony in Dorchester. Six recruits from outside Boston also graduated. (YOON S. BYUN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Patrick D. Rosso
Globe Correspondent / November 23, 2011
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The Boston Police Department celebrated the graduation of 38 new recruits. At a ceremony at the IBEW Hall in Dorchester, Mayor Thomas Menino and Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis congratulated the men and women who will soon be hitting the beat after their rigorous six-month Police Academy course. “I am very grateful to your commitment,’’ Menino said. “I never lose sight of your incredible service and dedication. . . . You are joining the finest police department in this country.’’

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