Boston’s O’Toole Among 200 Female Police Chiefs

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The pioneering women of the Boston Police Department in the early 1970s caused a stir, says the Boston Globe. Mary L. Crowley was in the Boston Police Academy’s class of 1972, the first group of women allowed to carry guns. “Nobody wanted us,” Crowley, now a 54-year-old sergeant detective, recalled. “It was `the end of
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