http://www.boston.com/news/local/articles/2003/09/08/police_chief_gets_british_job_offer/ Boston Police Commissioner Paul F. Evans may accept a job directing a British government agency that helps the country's police departments improve crime-fighting techniques, the Boston Globe says. The job directing Britain's Police Standards Unit is "one of the most crucial" positions with the government's Home Office, said spokeswoman Hannah MacLachlan. Evans, 54, Boston's top law enforcement official since 1994, was sought out by a headhunter. Mayor Thomas Menino . . .
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