Minority cops sue over Boston PD promotion exam
The supervisors are suing the city, demanding that it scrap the multiple-choice lieutenant's test
The Lowell Sun
BOSTON — Nine black Boston police supervisors have filed a federal lawsuit in which they claim they were denied advancement because of a discriminatory promotion exam.
The supervisors are suing the city, demanding that it scrap the multiple-choice lieutenant's test. Black and Latino officers historically fare worse on the exams than white and Asian candidates.
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