Boston Chief Selection Panel Near; Evans To Leave

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino is expected this weekend to announce the makeup of the search committee that will help select the city's next police commissioner, the Boston Globe reports. Commissioner Paul F. Evans is leaving to direct Britain's Police Standards Unit in London. The search committee is expected to be made up of eight or nine business and community leaders, a source told the Globe. It will be led by Wayne Budd, the former U.S. attorney. Evans is leaving in November after nearly a decade as leader of the Police Department. Among possible candidates to succeed . . .

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