Per tradition, the run, which is … A new batch of candidates for detective have just completed their final preparatory training at the Boston Police Academy in anticipation of forthcoming promotions. Even though they started the day out all business with a meet-and-greet and Q&A about the recruits, the laws, and their duties, the fun and games broke out when the recruits led the students through some PT and had a contest for who could stand at attention the longest. Said Police Commissioner William Evans, “Being a police officer is one of the most honorable professions in the world and I look forward to watching the men and women of Recruit Class 57-17 grow and develop into some of the best police officers in the country.”, Offered Mayor Marty Walsh, “It takes a special person to be a good police officer and there's no doubt you have what it takes. WHAT:          Tomorrow, after six months of training, the Boston Police Academy will graduate ninety-seven recruits in Class 57-17. Boston Police Academy Recruit Class #59-19 Completes Traditional Final Class Run Before Graduation: Today, Friday, May 29, 2020, members of Boston Police Academy Recruit Class #59-19 completed the traditional class run which stretches from the Boston Police Academy in Hyde Park to Boston Police Headquarters at One Schroeder Plaza in Roxbury. *****Statement from Boston University President Robert A. Graduation Ceremony—Boston Police Academy, 85 Williams Avenue,                     Hyde Park. In addition to the eighteen Boston Police Department detectives, two Boston University detectives and two Harvard detectives culminated their training by processing a full "mock" crime scene, utilizing all of the skills they have learned over their four-week training course. In a few weeks, Class 59-19 hopes to exchange their white flag for a blue one, signifying not only unity, but the cohesiveness, camaraderie, and responsibility that their class will carry with them throughout their careers. We are them. Nothing like rounding out the day with a pizza party (with pizza provided by Kappy's Pizza!) Cadets rotate throughout the Department in various assignments and shifts, including Headquarters, District Stations, and other specialized units throughout the City. Photo by Boston Herald Staff Faith Ninivaggi, BPD IN THE NEWS: Thank you to Boston Herald reporter Kathleen McKiernan for highlighting the BPD’s new summer program, “Summer with the Women in Blue,” aimed at building trust between youths, specifically girls, and police. Said Police Commissioner William Gross: “I am very proud of your commitment to the communities of Boston that you have sworn to protect and serve. and a word from the top cop, Police Commissioner Evans! Boston Police Academy Recruit Class #59-19 Completes Traditional Final Class Run Before Graduation: Today, Friday, May 29, 2020, members of Boston Police Academy Recruit Class #59-19 completed the traditional class run which stretches from the Boston Police Academy in Hyde Park to Boston Police Headquarters at One Schroeder Plaza in Roxbury. Superintendent Holmes was a street cop, walking the beat in Orchard Park, where she grew up and served as one of the first members of the Gang Unit in the ‘90s. Thanks to the MBTA, who donated buses, the kids took a ride with BPD and Transit officers out to the Academy. Create your account; Receive up-to-date newsletters; Set up text alerts; Log In. WHO:            Boston Police Commissioner Evans, Boston Police Department Command Staff, Boston Police Academy Staff, Boston Police Academy Class 57-17 Recruits, members of the Boston Police Department, and invited friends, family, and guests. For Kathleen McKiernan’s full story, click this LINK.

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