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[Document — No. 28] 

CITY OF BOSTON 



SIXTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Police Commissioner 



FOR THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



FOR THE 



Year Ending December 31, 1970 




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CITY OF BOSTON 



SIXTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Police Commissioner 



FOR THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



FOB THE 



Year Ending December 31, 1970 




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Police Department 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 



I ole of Contents .... 
; miiissioner"s Letter to the Mayor 
\ iyor"s Letter to the Commissioner 

Pli of Honor 

];anizational Struclure. 

le Department .... 

Fiancial Statement . 

Pcipients of Awards 

SitisticalTables of 1970 

F;ure I 

F;ure II 

Ffure III 

Fjure IV 

Ffure V 

F;ure \ I 

F;ure MI 

F;ure VIII 

F;ure IX 



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Part I Offenses 1961-1970 

Part I Offenses— Montlily— 197(1 

Part II Offenses 1961-1970 

Part II Offenses— Montlily— 1970 .... 

Part III Offenses 1964-1970 

I'arl HI Offenses— Montiily—1970 .... 
Total Incidents (I + II+lli) 1961-1970 . 
Total Incidents (I-I-II + III) Monthly— 1970 . 
Homicides (Murder and Nonnegligenl Manslaughter) 

1964-1970 

[iure X Hdniiiides ( Murder and \onnegligent Manslaughter) 

Monlhlv l'»70 '^^ 

F'ure XI Emergency Calls Received — Variation hy Day of 

\Veek— 1970 32 

Dure \II Emergency Calls Received — Variation by Month of 

Year— 1970 , ^'^ 

Dure Mil Emergency Calls Received — Variation by Hour of 

Day— 1970 34 

1 ble I Work Load, Population, Square Miles, Road Miles by 

Police Districts 35 

Ible II Major Offenses (Not Arrests) Known to the Police 36 

1 ble HI Analysis of Property Connected With Offenses Under 

Table II 37 

Ible IV Rreakdown of Offenses Under Table II ... 38 

' ble V Additional Analysis of Larceny and \uto Thefts . 39 

"" ble VI Number of Individuals Arrested Excluding Trailic 

Arrests 40 

TbleVII Arrests for the \ ear 41 

lible VIII Age and Sex of All Persons Arrested .... 43 

'Mile IX Amimlance Service by Police District 44 

Tijle X Part I Crimes by Time of Day Reported ... 45 

Mile XI Part I Crimes by Day of Week Reported ... 46 

'M)le XII Identification Section Operations 47 

Jible XIII Communications Control Division Operations . . 48 

Mile XIV Crime Laboratory Operations 49 

»ble XV Hackney Carriage Unit Operations .... 49 



Police Department 




Citv of Boston 



Police Department 



()llicc of llic Commissioner 



January 1. 1071 



Hon. 



Kevin IT. White. 

Mayor of I he City of Boston, 

Dear Mr. Mayor: 

In compliance willi I lie provisions of the Revised Ordi- 
nances of 1961, chapter .?. section 23. the amuial report 
of the Boston Police Department for the year ending 
Decemher 31. 1970, is herewith submitted. 

During 1970, as in preceding years, the work of the 
Boston Police Department accelerated to record levels. 
A continuous rise in crime, increased criminal activity, 
disruptive incidents of street violence, and multiple' calh'd- 
for services to the public all contrilnited to the taxing 
demands on pohce facilities and manpower. 

While endeavoring to anticipate and meet the broad 
challenges of these varied community and crime problems 
in a realistic and intelligeni manner, the department 
continued to move ahead with on-going programs designed 
to further professionalize the police service and to insure 
the pioliciency and competency of every ollicer. To that 
end planning, research, and development progressed in 
the areas of improved police training and education, 
better facilities and equipment, new and more sophisti- 
cated investigative techniques, increased coordination 
and cooperation with other police agencies, emphasis on 
organized crime, and numerous other speciahzed fmic- 
tions. 



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To acliirxc tlic police mission in oiif Mioilt-rn socirl\ 
i»'(|iiircs ol' [lolicc cniitloNccs :i diiniiision of (IuIn \Nlii<li 
demands ill (lical inn anil lo\all\. I .im pleased to repoil 
llial llie men and wnmi-n ot llie lioslon l\)li('e Deparl- 
inenl lia\e (list in;.'ni>lird lliiniselses in llieir icsponse lo 
tlial sailed Irnsl. and I am |)ronil to share \silli lliem in 
lliis lilv's law enroreement ell'orts and tes|jonsiliiiilies. 
\s I'oliee ( '.onnnissionei' I wish loeonnnend tliese (IcNoled 
iin|)loyees for their ai i oni|)lislim('iils and express appre- 
ciation lo the cili/ens of this coimnnnil\ wilhont whose 
sn|)porl and encouiagemeni our ohjeclixes conld no! ha\e 
lieen realized. 

|{especirnll> snhmilted. 

I!ii\n \h L. McNamam \. 

I'oliee (jtiiiniissioiier. 



Police Department 




City of Boston 



Oilici' of I he Mayor 



Citv Hall. Boston 



January 1. 1971 

To the Members of the Boston Police Department: 

It is with great pride tliat I contribute to this year's 
edition of the Boston I'olice Yearbook. 

The Boston poUce force has been confronted in the 
past year with unprecedented challenges, and it has 
responded in the best professional tradition. 

This city is a microcosm of a society in conflict. Our 
entire system of social order is threatened from all sides 
by spreafling \ iolence. drug abuse, mass protest flemon- 
strations. and oiganized crime. In the midst of this con- 
flict stands the police officer as the principal, and often 
the sole, defender of the peace. The Boston police force 
has tilled this role with the highest courage, dedication, 
and restraint. 

This city is indebted to your efforts to protect that 
peace and enable that conflict to be resolved without 
needless pain or violence. That is the essence of civil- 
ization, and civilization is at stake. 

Sincerely, 
Kevin H. White, Mayor. 



BOSTON 

POLICE depart:ment 



Roll of" Honor 



TO THOSE MEMBERS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN 
THE PROTECTION OF THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS 



:ZEKIAL W. HODSON 
ALFRED \I. STURDIVANT 
OHN T. LYNCH 
•i^EDERICK SCHLEllURER 

IC.HARD .1. (iALLIVAX 
\LBVA\T R. PETERSON 
IHOMAS .1. NORTON 
WTRICK J. CARR 
QUA J. EARLE 
lOSEI'H C. REISER 

HARLES E. DEININGER 
\DOLFH F. BUTTERMAN 
AILIJAM C. CLANCY 
iVARD M. BRAY 
VNDREW B. CLNEO 
DANIEL ,1. McSHANE 

ETER P. OGINSKIS 
lOSEPH E. CONYA 
\LBERT MOTRONI 
BENJAMIN ALEXANDER 
FRANK J. COMEAU 
HARRIS B. McINNES 
HERBERT 1). ALLEN 
EDWARD (}. BUTTERS 
IA:\1ES J. TROY 
FRANKLIN B. DREYER 
FREDERICK W. BARTLETT 



JOSEPH L. CAVAGNARO 
WILLIAM L. ABBOTT 
JOHN P. M. WOLFE 
GEORGE J. HANLEY 
JAAIES T. MALLOY 
JAMES BRICKLEY 
DANIEL A. McCALLUM 
JAMES D. IirGHES 
JAMES B. ROCHE 
LAURENCE V. SHERIDAN 
WALTER B.ANTER 
EDWARD J. KEFLEY 
JOHN H. MANMNG 
THOMAS A. DAVIS 
PAUL J. MURNANE 
PATRICK C. GANNON 
JAMES G. McCANN, JR. 
STEPHEN P. HARRIGAN 
FRANK B. CALLAHAN 
WILLIAM F. HEALY 
MICHAEL J. CROWLEY 
JOHN J. GALLAGHER 
JAMES B. OLEARY 
GEORGE J. HOLMES 
CHARLES A. McNABB 
FRANCIS B. JOHNSON 
WALTER A. SCHROEDER 



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FOLICE DEPARTMEiNT 



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THE DEPARTMENT 



VoiACE Commissioner 



Tlu' Police Force 

Superintendent-iii-Chit'f 
Superintendents .... 
Dejjuty Superintendents 

Captains 

Lieutenants and Lieutenant-Detectives 
Sergeants and Sergeant-Detectives 

Detectives 

J'atioliDcn 

Total 



1 
5 

14 

34 

79 

289 

292 

2,091 

2,805 



Civilian Employees 

Administrative Secretaries 
Assistant Biological Chemist 
Clerks and Typists 
Confidential Secretary 
Director. Criminalistic Services 
Director. Planning and Research 
Director. Signal Service 
Director, Signal Service. Assistant 
Electrical Equipment Repairman 
Foreman. Signal Service 
Croundmen. Laborers (Police), and ^lotor Equi| 
ment ()])erators 



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I Iciid \(liiiiiiislr;ili\<' ( 'Ici k 

I It'ad Clerks 

IlcMriiif; St('iioj:t;i|iln IS 

lldstlcis 

.hillil li'ssi s 

Junior liiiildiiifi ("uslodiaiis 
I.iiii'iiicn mid ( '.ililc SpliciTs 

Marliiiiist 

Matron, f'.liiof 

Matron, \ssistaiil Cliicr 

.Matrons. Police 

-Motor l"](]nipinenl liepair |-"f)reinen 
Motor ivjuipinent Hepairnien . 
Mnltililli Operator .... 
Multililli Operator and C.anieranian 
< tpri atoi'. ('.onipnter ... 

Painter and (iroundsnian . 
Police Clerk Typists .... 
Police Security (inard 
Principal Clerks and Is pists 
Principal Statistical Machine Operator 

Property Clerk 

Senior Building Custodians 

Senior Clerks and Typists 

Senior Statistical Machine Operators 

Signahnen-Klectricians 

Statistical Ma(tiiiif ( tperators . 

Steam Firemen 

Superiiilendent of Police Buildings . 
Superintendent of Police Buildings, Assistant 
Telephone Operators .... 
School Traffic Supervisors 
Police Cadets 



Total 



Police Department 13 

Distribution and Changes of Sworn Officers 

During the year 291 patrolmen were appointed; 1 lieu- 
tenant was promoted to captain: 1 sergeant-detective and 
2 sergeants were promoted to lieutenants: 2 detectives 
and 7 patrolmen were promoted to sergeants: 5 lieutenants 
were reclassified lieutenant-detectives. 13 sergeants were 
reclassified sergeant-detectives, and 106 patrolmen were 
reclassified detectives third-grade; 1 captain, 3 lieuten- 
ants, 2 sergeant-detectives, 5 sergeants. 8 detectives, and 
16 patrolmen retired; 1 sergeant, 3 detectives, and 12 
patrolmen resigned; 1 detective and 10 patrohnen ditni. 



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;{.388.:j|.') 91 

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<iH((ii' il ( .oMit.xcTi .\i. Siiin i(:i>: 

21 ( .(iipiiiuiiiralions 

22 l.i^lit. Iifiit :iiiil power 

2(> licpairs and iiiairilriiaiKc ol l)iiil(liti;;s and 

si riic lures 

27 Hcpairs and snv icinfr of ('(]ui|)Mi<'nt 
2<1 rtans|)((itali(»n ol' persons ... 
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(inmi' '.] Si I'i'i.iKs \M> M\ii:iti\i 
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31 lldusehold 

35 Medical, dental and hospital 

36 onice 

37 ( .lofliinfr allowance 

39 Misiellaneous .... 



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19 Miscellaneous 



( iiidi p .") K()i ipment: 

.')() Autoniolive Equi[)nient 

56 Oflice Furniture and Equipment 

59 Miscellaneous Equipment 



Total 



s 1 56.997 a:', 
I 19.01! 95 

I9.08» 51 

136.631 II 

21.832 07 

67.566 01 



S551.160 81 

s273.0(ll !.; 

12.383 o" 

28.298 .' 

10.881 9.-, 

221 i:; 

81.650 97 

586.825 (Ml 

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§285,661 li; 

§285.661 i;; 

$440,315 17 

17.374 43 

481,973 42 

8939.693 02 

838.218.820 08 



Police Department 



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RECIPIENTS OF AWARDS 




Sii|i<-i'iiit<'ii<l«'nt William J. Taylor presents the Walter Seotl Medal for 
Valoi' aiul a Depailiiieiit Medal of Honor to Patrolman James W . Halston 
of District Six for extreme courage in dissuading an armed robber from 
jumping from a roof in a suicide attempt while the felon was still armed. 
At no time did the officer draw his service revolver. 



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Sii|iri'intrrM Irn I ,|(-r«-in iaii >ii 1 1 i% ;im |ii'r>'<-ii 1 - ;i I >t-|iarl iiHiit Mi-tLiI oi 
lloiHH- lit I'at lolinari Kolicrt J. Itatti'- of llir larli<-al Patrol I'orcc fur 
uppi*cli«*iiiliii;:. \*liil*- olV <liil\. luo ilaii^<*r(iii» i^aftMTai'kiT-* iluriii^ tin- 
com III i--ii»ii ot a rrJiiH- in ;i il riiiz'^toi'r. 




l)epiit\ SupcrinU-iHU'iit .|<»-f'ph Saia pre:ieiit> a Depart ineiil Medal of 
Honor to I*atri>liiiaii .|o?-eph K. % aUli of District Tliirteeii for his per^-onal 
courage in sa\iiig the occupants of a flaming three-storj' building by 
running in and bringing them to safety. 



Police Department 



17 




Superiiit€'ii<leiil Jaino Hiioliuiian presents a Deparliiieiil Medal (il'lloiior 
to Deteetive Frank <)ll>rys of the Criminal Investigation Division for his 
part in the solution of the murder of a nine-year-old boy. The subject 
was also indicted in the murder of three other persons. 




Deputy Supe'riiitendent Herbert Craig:\*ell presents the Departme 
Medal of Honor to Detective Richard ,M. Driscoll of the < 'riminal Inves 



:*ie(iai oi nonor to i^cieciive nicnara m. uriscoii oi tne Trunin 
gation Division for his part in the capture of tv*<» armed robb 
the commission of an armed robbery in v»hich shots were (ir 
and a brother officer by two masked gunmen. 



bbers during 
'ed at him 



City Doci ment No. 28 




!^ii|>(-i'iiilcii(lt*iil ll«-rlM-i-| I . MiiMoiK-N |ii-c-cMt« a I >4-pai'lfii(-ii I Nl<-ilal 
itf lloiiiir uikI u I Iiiiiiiu- I'. >iilli\uii Vuuril to ralnilniuii >\ illiaiii K. 
Murl.ouii of Ihf radical I'alrol Korrr for iiuTilorioii- |«>!i<-c- iliil>. I lie 
ollirci'. uliilr oiriliilv. ~in^l<-liaiiili'ill\ appi'<-li<-iiil<-rl aii<l ili-uriiicil an 
ariiiril rohlirr in a -toli'ii rar »> lien tli<- ftloii |>oliitcil a icNohcr al liiiii. 




Deputy SupiTinleiuleiit Heilieit ( raiiiMelt pie«eiit^ the Uepaitmenl 
Medal of Honor to Patrolman \( illiani H. Kelley. Jr.. for his part in the 
capture of two armed niale$ during the commission of an armed robbery 
in which shots were fired at him and a brother officer by two masked 
sunnien. 



POLICK DeP \ KTMKNT 



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Sujicrintendent James Buchanan presents a Department Medal of Honor 
to Detective Etiw in J. Kennealey of the Criminal Investigation Division 
for his part in the solution of the murder of a nine-year-old boy. The 
subject was also indicted in the murder of three other persons. 




Superintendent James ttuchanan presents a Department Aledal of Honor 
to Detective John T. Murray of the Criminal Investigation Division 
for his part in the solution of the miu'der of a nine-year-old boy. The 
subject was also indicted in the murder of three other persons. 



Police DEPAiriviENT 21 



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TABLE V — Additional Analysis of Larceny and Auto Thefts 
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I'lirse snatching .... 

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From antes (not accessories) . 
Auto accessories .... 

Bicycles 

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278 
1,614 

825 
3,691 
1,:!97 

637 
1,5.57 

21 
2.437 



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2.102 



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18 


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24 


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33 


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54 


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66 


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38 


11 


70 


154 


39 


356 


20 


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10 


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27 


3 


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7 


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Narcotic drup laws 


116 


13 


664 


III 


606 


80 


23 


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1 


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18 


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35 


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70 


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8 


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42 


2 


78 


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2 


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29 


2 


39 


2 


67 


Liqnor laws 


26 


5 


61 


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120 


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975 


59 


1.852 


113 


1.788 


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10 


126 


12 


67 


6 


31 


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All other offenses (except traffic and arresU for 
other departments) 


399 


277 


350 


65 


197 


39 


123 


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581 


4.183 


639 


4.137 


836 


3.478 



















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Police Department 47 
Table XII — Identification Section Operations 

Major Files, December 31, 1970 

ords ill main iriilex liie 1,422,088 

tograplis on lile 893, 122 

jerprinl reoorils on file iiOi.Q!!! 

;-finger cards on lile 15, 13(1 

1969 Operalional Data 

Photographs 

stees photographed 9, 166 

stee photographs distributed 68,350 

iiinal photographs sent to outside departments 37,185 



Crime Scene Operations 

le scenes photographed 7,513 

le scenes investigated lor latent prints 6,579 



Records 

•lests for criminal records I7,'>lt(l 

ified criminal records issued 925 

) Ling nuinliers issued i!ft,936 



Warrants 

rants obtained liy Boston Police Department 10,059 

rants received from outside departments 2,128 

1 warrants processed 12,391 

"ants serviced 7,9 19 



Missing Persons and Dead Persons 

: ing persons reported in Boston 1,859 

: ing persons reported by other deiiartments 4,281 

1 bodies llngcrprinted 180 

bodies identilied I'rom lingerprints 172 



Breathalyzer Operations 

■ Ihalyzer tests administered 318 

) ictions resulting therefrom 130 

: ;uilty verdicts 17 

spending 131 

ediate releases (.05 percent or less) 10 



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Police Department 



49 



Table XIV — Crime Laboratory Operations 



loinicides 












96 


iiiaking and entering cases .... 












114 


\ oncotic analjses 












25 


\i irii-d rolilifiy cases 












30 


\-- lult and hattery /dangerous weapon cases 












59 


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21 


lil and run cases 












11 


iijinljs and arson 












16 


.arceny cases 












18 


■Ml iai number restorations .... 












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55 



Table XV — Hackney Carriage Unit Operations 

Hackney Carriage Licenses 

■■lalMlui-.i, liniil un I lack 1 ley carriages (Chapter 392, Acts of 1930, as amended J 
HI iage license applications received 
III iages licensed — renewals 
Ullages licensed — changes in ownership 
II riages licensed — regrants 

irriage licenses cancelled (In favor of regrants and <nvniTslii|) changes) 
aiiiages licensed, December 31, 1970 
Ullages inspected 




1 ,525 

1,654 

1,525 

129 

375 

501 

1,525 

2,029 



Hacliney Carriage Driver Licenses 

\|i|ilications for driver licenses received 
\|i|ilications for driver licenses rejected 

)ii\er licenses granted .... 
I*ri\er license revocations (temporary) 

)ri\er licenses rescinded 

I iniplaints investigated. 
\i tides found and turned in by drivers 



10,900 
128 

10.353 
119 
132 
945 
628 



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