New Boston commissioner says community policing, gun violence top priorities

By Suzanne Smalley, Staff Writer
The Boston Globe

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Newly inducted Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis, right, is given the oath of office by Federal Judge Mark Wolf during Monday ceremonies, in Boston. (AP Photo)
Boston, Mass.- Edward F. Davis III, who will be sworn in today as Boston's police commissioner, vows to make gun violence his top priority while improving the department's community policing program.

Davis said the fatal shooting last week of a former gang leader who was deeply involved in preserving a four-month truce with a rival gang especially concerns him.

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