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星期三, 11月 16, 2016

MAYOR WALSH, COMMISSIONER EVANS SWEAR IN 42 NEW CADET

MAYOR WALSH, COMMISSIONER EVANS SWEAR IN 42 NEW CADET
BOSTON - Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh joins Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans today, Wednesday, November 16, swear in 42 Boston Police Cadets to the Boston Police Department. 

Last year, Mayor Walsh announced the reinstatement of the Boston Police Cadet Program, a training program for Boston's youth seeking a career in law enforcement.

Candidates for the cadet program must be between the ages of 18-24, be a current resident of Boston, and have maintained Boston residency for the last 5 years, be a United States citizen, have a valid Massachusetts driver's license and take and pass an exam. 

The Cadet program is a minimum of a two-year commitment. Cadets rotate throughout the Department in various assignments and shifts, including Headquarters, District Stations, and other specialized units throughout the City. Primary responsibilities include: routine clerical and administrative duties, answering phones, data entry, traffic duty, utilizing Department vehicles, barrier work, and related duties as required.