June 11, 2015 - Annual Public Safety Appreciation Luncheon
Police and Public Safety – Necessary Measures
We have the pleasure of Boston Police Commissioner, William Evans, joining us for lunch. Commissioner Evans will be speaking on a number of topics surrounding Police and Public Safety – Necessary Measures.
Members, please use the following Word Document to extend this invitation to your local law enforcement acquaintances. Event Invitation Letter (MS Word Doc)
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Registration / Cocktail Hour: 11:15am
43 Scanlon Drive
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Cost / Registration:
$25 / Person
$225 / Table Sponsorship
Seats 10 people
Online registration is now closed.
William B. Evans, Police Commissioner, City of Boston Police Department
Police Commissioner William B. Evans is the 41st Police Commissioner of the City of Boston. A member of the Boston Police Department for 33 years, Commissioner Evans rose through the ranks culminating in his promotion to Civil Service Captain, the highest civil service position in the department. He commanded District D-14 (Allston / Brighton) and District D-4 (South End, Back Bay, Fenway & Lower Roxbury) during which he forged strong police-community relationships with residents, local businesses and academic institutions. From 2009 until his appointment as Police Commissioner, he served as the Superintendent in charge of the Bureau of Field Services, a position responsible for supervising the department’s patrol force of 1,800 as well as oversight of the planning and security of all major events including parades and sporting events.