Entering his fourth week on the job after taking over for the now-retired chief John King, Evans is beginning to settle into his routine at his home in BCPD command. His walls are adorned with countless medals from his various escapades during his over 30 years of service to the Boston Police Department, right down to the many different literal hats he wore over his tenure, which led to a five-year stint as commissioner.
William B. Evans will leave his post as commissioner of the Boston Police Department (BPD) to become chief of the Boston College Police Department and director of public safety at BC. The news was first reported by The Boston Globe Monday morning, and a press release was issued shortly thereafter. Evans said his goodbyes during a press conference at…
BC announced that current BCPD chief John King will be stepping down this past April.
Chief of BCPD John King confirmed with ‘The Heights’ that there was no further information available with regard to the incident as of June 19.
When asked if he knew that chalking was in violation of University policy, Matthew Barad, MCAS ’19, said, “I did not. And I am still not convinced it is.”
BC announced Tuesday night that the University would be open at 9 a.m. Wednesday, a slight delay.
Of the seven break-ins, all were reported to have no signs of forced entry, and four involved the theft of a laptop.