Following the violent counter-protests at the Straight Pride Parade that took place in late August,…
William Gross, the commissioner of the Boston Police Department (BPD), issued a letter Monday addressed to college and university students in the Boston area, outlining safety and security measures to expect on Marathon Monday, April 15.
A hearing to examine how the Boston Police Department (BPD) has been complying with the Trust Act—which says that the BPD cannot aid Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)—has been called in Boston City Council. Councilor Josh Zakim, from the seventh district, called for the hearing during the City Council’s meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
After multiple incidents were reported in the past week related to break-ins in the Brighton neighborhood that many Boston College students living off campus call home, the Boston College Police Department is working on educating off-campus students on how to prevent break-ins.
BC announced that current BCPD chief John King will be stepping down this past April.
Of the seven break-ins, all were reported to have no signs of forced entry, and four involved the theft of a laptop.
“It was just a little sketchy, we didn’t expect it to happen like that, if at all,” Kevin Lahiff, MCAS ’18, said.