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Minority officers vow to oppose candidates who support Davis

In front of an audience that included multiple mayoral candidates, the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers today vowed to “vigorously oppose” any mayoral candidate who would keep Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis in their administration.

In a crowded news conference at their headquarters on Columbia Road in Dorchester, the association’s leadership again called for Davis’ resignation. They outlined grievances with their leadership -- most notably the failure to promote and retain officers of color and disparities in discipline handed out to black officers and white ones.

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