MA Chief Who Apologized for Police Racism to Take IACP Job

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Wellesley, Mass., Police Chief Terrence M. Cunningham, who gained national attention last month when he apologized for historical injustices police have perpetrated against minorities, will leave the suburban Boston department to become deputy executive director of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, reports the Boston Globe. Cunningham, who recently finished a year-long position as president of the Virginia . . .

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