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Sociology & Economic* 
Dttroil Public Library 



[Document — No. 28] 



CITY OF BOSTON 



SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Police Commissioner 



FOR THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



FOR THE 



Year Ending December 31, 1971 




[Document — ?so. 28] 



CITY OF BOSTON 



SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Police Commissioner 



FOR THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



FOR THE 



Year Ending December 31, 1971 




2 I'm. UK I )i:i'\urMi;\T 

IMH.K or ((►%! i:\rs 

I'u 

I altic ol (onlciil.s 

Coiiiinissioiicr's Lrttt-r In I lie Mayor .... ;} 

.Mayors Lcllcr to the (.()iimiissii)iicr .j 

licporl <)(' the Hiiicau of ( '(irriiiniiii(> Ml'airs tn llic l'(ili<-f Coiii- 

tiiissioiKT 7 

Holl of Honor 

Or^niii/atioiial Sinicliiri' 

Till' Drparliiii'iil . II 

j'iiiaiicial Slalcincnl 

Mccipicnis of Awards . . 15 

I'iiliircs oC Dcparlinciit al Work 2.j 

Slalistical Tahii'sof |t>71 

Ki-inv I Pari I OllV.isrs 1%I I 'CI 

Ki-inv II I'ail I (lllriis,> \l.,iillil> I")T1 

Ki^rui. Ill l';,,i II (lir.fisrs i<)()l I'JTI 

Viiiw l\ I'ail II OllcMisi-s-MontlilN — lin 

l"i-iin- \ I'arl III ScrviiTS I')61-ig71 

Fif.Miic \ I I'ail III S.Tviccs MonlhK l"7l 

Fif,'iiiv \ II Intal iiRidciils (l + li + lllj I'Jbl l'*71 

Fignn \lll I (.lal Iiifidenls ([ + n + III) .Monthly— 1'>71 . 

I"ij,'ini' l\ I Ininicidcs (Murder and Xonnffrlifrciit Mansianplilcr) 

l<>(il H)7I 

Figure \ I lnMH<i(li's i Miirdrr and \()nM('j.'lij:cnl Manslaughter) 

Morilhlv- IM71 

I'ignrr \l i .ini'rciMK'v Calls Hcci-ived — \arialion li\ Dav oT 

W.-^k— ]t>7l 

Iii,'urr \ll 1 jiiiTi.'rnr\ (.alls Hiccivcd — \arialion hv Mmilli of 

^ car 1971 

Figurr \lll FintTgcncv Calls Hweived — \ ariation li\ lluui- of 

|)a>-l*>71 

Talilc I W nrk Load. Population, Square .Mik-s, lload .Miles hy 

Police Districts 

Tabic II Major OlVcnses (Not .\rrests) Known to the I'olice 

Talilc III Viialvsisof Properly C;jnn?cti.':l Witii OU'ens's I'luler 

Talilc II 
Talilc l\ J'rcakdnwii 1 if OlTenscs Under 'Talilc II 

Talilc \ Additional Analysis of Larceny and .\uto Thefts 

'J able \I Number of Individuals .Vrrested Ivxcluding Trallic 

.\rrests 

Tabic Nil .\rrests for the \car 

Table \ HI Age and Se.\ of All Persons -\rrested . . \i 

Table IX Ambulance Service by Police District .')(V 

Table X Part I Crimes by Time of Day Reported . 

Table XI Part I Crimes by Day of Week Reported . 

Talilc \H Identification Section Operations. 
Table XIII Communications Control Division Operations . 
Table XIV Crime Laboratory Operations .... 
Table X^ Hackney Carriage L nit Operations 



Police Department 




Citv of Boston 



Polite Dcpai'liiiciit 



Ollicc (if till' r.Dniiiiissioiier 



.Taiuiary 1, 1^)72 



Hon. Kevin 1 1. W iiite, 

Mayor af I he (Uly of Boston. 

Dear Mr. Mayor: 

In confoninuicc willi tho provisions of llic Bevised 
Ordinances of PJdl, Chapler 3. seclion 2r>. I lie Annual 
Report of the Boston I'olice Departn^enl for I he year 
ending; Decemher .31. 1971. is herewith submitted. 

These pajies contain only a capsulini account of the 
departuH'iits work and accon>[)lisluiienls durinji the past 
year hut, ho|)efull\. tliey provide some insijjht into the 
increasingly complex prohlents of urban j)olicinfj. ^ot 
so easily docun>cnled. but perha|)s of greater signilicance. 
are the deparlmcnrs continuous efforts in all phases 
of its operations to moNc ahead ])rogressi\el\ in the light 
against crinu' and lo in>|)r<)vc the f|ualilN of service 
rendered lo I he public. 

In meeling its iesi)onsibilities the department's |)rin- 
cipal asset lias been, as always, the line men and \vou)en 
who serve within its ranks. Once again, the composite 
performance of these dedicated personnel has lieen 
exemjjlaiy in cariying out a very ditlicult task in diilicult 
times and often under trying and provocating circuni- 
stances. Equally appreciated was the citizen suf)poil 
and cooperation so essential to the success of the police 
mission. 



4 ( 'n '^ !)()( I \ii:m No. 2H 

r<)};rl liti . llif |i<ilicc aii<l ihr piiMii . \vc ^liarc :i coiii- 
II II II I (ilili<.Mliiiii lor till' |ioliriii>; 1)1' 1)111 i'(iiiiiiiiinit\ in these 
<l;i\> III ;i i;i|)i(ll\ cliaii^.Miifr socirlN. As Police ('omiiiis- 
sioni r. I wish lo gruteftilly cojiuiiciid all those Milhiii and 
wilhoiil the police orfraiiizatioii who lia\i' lalioied so 
(lili;.'eiill\ ill lliat endea\ or. 



S)Uic 



|]|>\ll M) L. \1(.N AMAHA, 

Police Conimissioner. 



Police Depahtment 




CitY of Boston 



Uilice of llie Mayor 



City Hall, Boston 



January 1, 1972. 
To the Members of the Boston Police Department. 

Prompt, equitable, and effective administration of 
justice is llic fitsi ies|)()nsil)ilil y of a civilized society, 
riie Consliliiliofi recognizes lliis fact in its preamble: 
"We. I he pe()|)le oi' (he United States, in order to form 
a more perfect union, eslablisli justice, insure donteslic 
tran(juilily. ..." 

Crime running rampant certainly is not the mark of 
a healthy society. Large-scale criminal activity, whelhtM' 
organized or spontaneous, underniines an economy based 
upon opportunity and enterprise, while it fosters a sense 
of injustice^ among the poor and other minorities. No 
citizen lan justify indiU'erence, for complacency will prove 
suicidal. 

Events of the past year have intensified the challenge 
to order and justice. Drug abuse is rising rapidly, terror- 
istic violence is now a fact of life, and crime, in general, 
flourishes. 

The response of the department to these challenges 
is most encouraging. In fact, our record in this area 
compares favorably with most other cities. 



6 ('iTV Dofi Mi:\T No. 2(5 

Dm in;.' I lie |)iisl scar we have increased the police 

liMil^'ct. :i(|(liii;r more rncii. <'(|ui[)iiu'iil. and modern 
I'iKililics. Ill iiildiliciii. (Ill- \l;i\()i's Safe Streets Act 
\(l\isoi\ ( (iiiiiiiil li'i' pKividnl iiKiii' lli:iii s| iiiilli(^n 
ill ri'dcrai iiiiid> lo I lie di-|)ai liix-iil. 

II llii> war is cM'i to lie won. il will he iiicn like \ ou 
who will win il. Tlic rit\ is indchlcd lo \oii I'or \oiir 
t'll'oiis in itrolcclin;.' liic pi-acc and for \oiir allein|jls 
lo resolve llic <'oiilli('ls of societN willioiil needless jjaiii 
or \ ioleiicc. 

Sincere! > . 

K i.\ i\ II. W 111 1 1:. Mdvor. 



Police Department 7 

From: Suppiiiiteiidciil Jeremiali P. Sullivan, Bureau of 
Conununily All'airs 

To: Edinund L. McNamara, Police Cuniniissiouer 
Subject: Activities of the Bureau of Community Affairs 

Dear Sir: 

Durinfj 1971 llie Bureau of Community Affairs, thronp;h 
its Comnumity Helations and Coimnunity Services Divi- 
sions, continued to expand its activities throughout the 
city. Existing programs were updalcfl and/or broad- 
ened including the following: the District Conunuiiity 
Relations Workshops. Police Cadet Progran), Officer 
Friendly Program, Law Enfoicemeiit Explorer j'ost Pro- 
gram, Comnumity Service Olliccr Program. My Friend 
the Police I'rogram, Neighboihood Aide Program, and 
the School- Police Programs. Bureau personnel, includ- 
ing District Comnmnity Service Oflicers, met with in- 
dividual citizens, citizens groups, neighborhood associ- 
ations, etc., regarding items that were oriented loward 
neighl)orhood concern, some issues being police-related 
and others referred to the proper agencies. 

Twelve ollicers were sent to a comprehensive four-week 
Spanish Institute, conducted at Regis CoUege, where 
Ihey lived in with social workers, teachers, and coimnu- 
nity [)oople learning the fundamenlals of Ihe Spanish lan- 
guage coupled with a study of the culture and mores of 
the Spanish-speaking peoj)le. Secondly, eleven other 
officers parlicipaled in an cncii more in-de|)lh program 
conducted in conjunction with APCHOSS (^Association 
Promoting Constitution Rights of Spanish Speaking) and 
the Tjanguage Department of Boston State College, which 
inchuletl a visit to the Coinmonwealth of Puerto Rico 
with conunuiiity leaders. Thirdly, the establishment of 
a Neighborhood Aide Peogram within the department, 
with Spanish-speaking aides being trained for two weeks 
and then employed full time as interpreter-aides on dis- 
tricts where heavy Spanish-speaking populations exist. 
Other liaisons were developed with the Spanish-speaking 
minority and will continue, and in addition bureau per- 
sonnel have assisted, whenever i)ossible, in obtaining em- 
ployment for Spanish-speaking people in both municipal 
and private sectors. 



8 Cii^ Doti Mi.M \o. 2» 

III irfiiird Id rt'cniiliii},' iiiiiiorilii's loi- tlic policf s«'r\ ice, 
Imrciiii |)cis()iiiitl were imolvcd in ii |)ii)j;r;iiii ficarcd to 
Iraiiiiii^ xoiiiijr imn "li<> linked tlic Itasics (reading, wril- 
iii;z. and siiii|ili- iiiallii'iiial irv i. mi iliid iIicn could pass llic 
cm ii'iil ciil laiiic c\aiiiiiialioiis. I liis |)ro<;i'aiii was oH'cred 
Id iiiiiidiilio ;iiid ld\N-iiicoiiii> groups caiK in 1971. and 
loll \-dnc cdiii|)lclcd the I CI 1- week course, with inslriiclors 
lu'iiif.' utilized IVoiii liic liosloii S( liool Dc|>ai liiienl and the 
Massaclinsells Depailinent of Iviiicalion. These \oulh.s 
also ifccixed an inlrodiicl ion to llie Police Manna! l»y 
depailiiieiil iiislriiilois. and ol the IoiIn-oiu' ( (jiii|jleling 
tlie |)rograin (liirly were IVoiii iiiinoiilv groups, and eleven 
well' ri(pin other iow-incoiiie groups. \ddilionaII\ . of 
these Noiiliis lilleeii ol eighteen wlio lacked a high school 
e(jui\aleney certificate successfullv pas.sed a lest after 
cfiinpletion of the priigrain and now ha\ e their cerliticates. 
('.i\il litigation in the federal court |)laced an eiiihaigo on 
an\ further enlrance exaiuinations for the leniainder of 
the \eai. Therefore. e\ en though the liiireau was acti\ely 
iinoKed in such endeaNors. no increase in niiiiorily repre- 
sentation was visible, and the department is most con- 
cerned and (lee|)l\ coiiimil led to seeing an increase become 
a reality. 

Respectfully suhmilled. 

Jehemimi I'. Si i.i.n \\. Superinleiidenl. 

liureau of Conununitv Affairs. 



BOSTON 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Roll of Honor 



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



EZEKIAL W. HODSON 
ALFRED M. STURDIVANT 
JOHN T. LYNCH 
FREDERICK SCHLEHUBER 
RICIIAIH) J. GALLIVAN 
ALBER'r r,. PETERSON 
THOMAS J. NORTON 
PATRICK J. CARR 
JOHN J. EARLE 
JOSEPH C. REISER 
CHARLES E. DEININGER 
ADOLPH F. BUTTERAIAN 
WILLIAAi G. CLANCY 
WARD \1. P.IUV 
ANDREW B. CUNEO 
DANIEL J. McSHANE 
PETER P. OGINSKIS 
JOSEPH E. GONYA 
ALBERT MOTRONI 
BENJVMIN ALEXANDER 
FRANK J. COAIEAU 
HARRIS B. McINNES 
HERBERT D. ALLEN 
EDWARD O. BETTERS 
L\AIES J. TROV 
FRANKLIN B. DBEYER 
FREDERICK W". BARTLETT 



JOSEPH L. CAYAGNARO 
WILLIAM L. ABBOTT 
JOHN P. M. WOLFE 
GEORGE J. HANLEY 
JAMES T. MALLOY 
JAMES BRICKLEY 
DANIEL A. McCALLUM 
JAMES D. HUGHES 
JAMES B. ROCHE 
LAURENCE V. SHERIDAN 
WALTER BAXTER 
EDWARD J. KELLEY 
JOHN H. MANNING 
THOMAS A. DAVIS 
PAUL J. MURNANE 
PATRICK C. GANNON 
JAMES G. McCANN, JR. 
STEPHEN P. HARRIGAN 
FRANK B. CALLAHAN 
WILLI \M F. IIEALY 
MICHAEL J. CROWLEY 
JOHN J. GALLAGHER 
JAMES B. OLEABY 
GEORGE J. HOLMES 
CHARLES A. McNABB 
FRANCIS B. JOHNSON 
W^ALTER A. SCHROEDER 



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City Doci mini No. 2',', 



POLICE 
COKUIISSIO.VER 



»rrcaivrE«Mjn 



T" 1 



"1 1 



T r 



J L 



Police Department 



11 



thp: department 

Police Commissioner 



The Police Force 

Superiiiteiident-in-Chief 
Superintoiideiits .... 
Deputy Superiiiteiirleiits 

Captains 

Lieutenants and Linilenanl-Detectives 
Sergeants and Sergeant-Detectives 

Detectives 

Patroln'en 

Total 

* Includes 3 Policewomen 



1 
5 

15 

31 

79 

280 

*289 

2.033 

2,733 



Civilian Employees 

Admimsth.\tive: 
Adininislrnlivc Secretaries 

Clerks and '\\ pisls 

Computer Opeiator .... 
Confident ial Sccfclary .... 
Data Processing Svslems Analyst 
Head Administrative Clerk 

Head Clerks 

Hearings Stenogiapliers (Police) . 

Management Analyst (Police) 

Mnllilltli Operator and Cameraman (Police) 

Alultilitii Operator- (Police) . 

Police Clerks and Typists 

Police Secuiily Cuards (City Prison) . 

Principal Clerks and r\])isls 

Principal Statistical Machine Operator 

Properly Clerk (Police) .... 

Serrior' Clerks and typists 

Senior Statistical Machine Operators . 

Special AssislanI Cor|)oration Counsel 

Statistical Machine Operator 

Telephone Operators .... 



3 

13 

1 

1 

1 

1 

15 

3 

1 

1 

1 

26 

15 

8 

1 

1 

10 

4 

1 

7 

15 



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CiTV !)()( I mi:m \o. 2H 



M \iM KN \\( i:: 
Assistant (Jliicl' Million ( Police) . 
\ssisliiiit SiipcriiilfiKlfnl of Police Hiiildinfjs 
( .liid' Malrou ( I'olicci .... 

('.liriMiialisI 

Dirccloi ol' ( '.liiiiinalislic Scin ires 
I leas > Moloi l^|iii|)m('nt Operators anc 
liorers (I'olice l)e))arliiieiit) 

Hostlers (I'olici'J 

.Iaiiilr<'ss('s 

.Iiiiiior I'liildiii^' Ciislodiaiis 
Motor l'](|iii|iiiieiil ne|)aii'ii>eii 
Motor il(]iii|)iiieiit Hepair l-'orciiieii 

Police Matrons 

{{adio ( '.oinnMinicalions Teeluiiiian 
Senior l^nildini; ( iistodians 

Senioi' Ciiniinalisl 

Senior Hadio ('.onunniiicalions Tecliiiicians 

Steam I'iren'en 

Snperinlendent ol Police liuildin^'s 
Working' I'oiiniaii. Motor l*^(|uiprnent Mepair 
man 



1 
I 
1 
1 
1 

19 
6 

i 

18 

•2:) 

o 

1 1 

1 

a 

1 
•-> 

:5 

1 



Si(;\Ai. Si;iu uic: 

Assistant Director of Signal Service ... 1 

Director of Sifrnal Service 1 

ICleclrical iupiipment iU'pairnian ... I 

J-Orernan ol Sifrnal Ser\ ice ( Police I ... 1 
(Jroundmen. Laliorers (Police), and Motor 

Kqnipment He|)airinen 2 

l.inenx'n and ('.able Splicers 6 

Painter and (iroundman 1 

Signalnien-l^lecliicians 3 



Police Cadets .... 
School Traffic Sltervisors . 



191 



Total 

Grand Tot.\l 



556 

3.290 



Police Department 13 

Distribution and Clianges 

Duriiij,^ llio year one patrolman was reinstated; eight 
patroln'cn were disniissed; two detectives and two patrol- 
men resigned ; two captains were appointed deputy super- 
intendents; one sergeant rated as sergeant-detective and 
eight patrohren rated as detectives; two detectives 
changed in grade to patrohiien; one captain, one Heu- 
tenant-fletective, one sergeant-detective, six sergeants, 
three detectives, and twenty-nine patrobnen were retired 
on pension; two sergeants, four detectives, and fourteen 
patrohnen died. 



City Document \o. 28 






FINANCIAL STArivMKM I OK llli; \\.\l{ KNDING 
DKCKMHKK il. 1971 

l'.\|)<'ri(lil iirrs 



(hu)II' I l'i.u-()N\i. Si.iixicES: 

10 I'enuaneiil Krii|)loyees . 

11 r('iiii)oi;ii \ luiiployeps . 

12 Ovciiinic . 



Giu)i p 2 CoNTRACTiAL Sermces: 

21 Cotiitiiiiiiiciitioiis 

22 Lif.'lil, IiimI. ;iii(I power . . .. . 
2f) Hcpairs :iii(l iiiaitilrnaiK r of liii!liliii<.'s and 

st [lift UK'S 

27 l^paiis and scr \ iciii}< of r(jiii[)im'iil 

28 Transportation of persons 

29 Miscellaneous contractual services 



Groi p 3 Si PPLIES \M) M\ri:iti\i 
30 Automotive 

32 Food .... 

33 Healing' . . 

34 Household 
3o Medical, dental, and hospital 

36 Ollice 

37 Clothing allowance 
39 Miscellaneous .... 



Grovp 4 CiRRE.NT CuARtiEs; AND Ubligations: 

49 Miscellaneous 

Group 5 Equipment: 

50 Automotive Equipment 

56 Oflice Furniture and Equipment . . . . 
59 Miscellaneous Equipment 

Total 



S33.009.772 .3( 

890.391 J( 

\. 198.986 6 

$38,399,150 »( 

$212,383 3 
l.")9.896 2' 

67.. 500 7 

213.610 7 

18..301 2 

.59.0.32 4 



§730.757 6 

S3 12,771 8 
13.307 9 
57.099 4 
1 1.849 5; 

14 1: 

72.162 9: 
520.880 (K 
163.420 7: 

SI. 154,536 61 

S429.505 r 
S429.505 r 

.^220.432 6( 

7.448 51 

38.537 6( 

S266.418 7( 

S40.980.368 6: 



Police Department 



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RECIPIENTS OF AWARDS 




Superintenilcnl JaiiK'N I>. lEtU'luiiian presents a nepailiiieiil .M<'«lal of 
Honor to Patrolman Joseph W . Kipiiey for his alertness an<I eom'afje in 
rescuing; a hhn<l iiiaCe oeeiipant fr<ini a clMelliiif: house. I pon ol>ser\ ing 
the fire, the oifieer enteie<l the «l\^elling and hroiighl him to safety 
after hreakiiig open the front <loor. He reentered the Mazing striieliire 
and earried an elderh woman iu safety despite the intense smoke and 
Barnes. Both i>f the reseiied persons suffered severe burns of the h<idy, 
and the offieer eollapsed from smoke inlialation. 



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C]\\ DoCL'MENT No. 2'n 




SiipcrintciiHent Jrmiiiali I'. >iilli\aii presents a Depailmeiil .Me<lal of 
Honor to I'atroliiiaii I'rami- \. (iiiinellv. who efTected the arrest of 
three men in a station »a^on » lio liail <liseliarf;e<i firearms in tlie streets 
of a ero»<le(l lionsin-: proiecl. He pa\e cliase in liis ox n >ehiele, ar- 
rested tlieni at ^iin|Kiiiit. anri ili~pla>ecl liifili personal roiirape in niain- 
t lining liis eoni|M>snre anil liohliii^ liis prisoners in the face of a men- 
acing njoh «liicli Mas threatening to rescue the prisoners and urging 
them to escape. 



Police Department 



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Siiperiiiteii<l«'iit \^ illiam A. Bradley presents a nepartiiieiit Medal of 
Hciiior to I'alroliiian John J. McLaiifihlin, « lio entered a loeal theater 
on report of a nian ereatinp: a distiirhanee. The iiflieer heard a loud 
outer^' an<l a gunshot from the lobby. W hen infornie<l that the nian 
had left, he searched the area and loeate<l the man. who then fired a 
shot directly at him and ran. Fearing for the safety of innocent by- 
standers, he did not return tlie fire but gave chase. The felon fired at 
him three more times, but the officer would not return the fire, still 
with the protection of life in mind. He eventually overtook him and 
disarmed him of a .38-caliber revolver at great personal risk, exhibiting 
a high degree of professionalism. 



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C.n-i Do 




Hal»l>i <»(>ral«l /rlcrinx <■!*<• pr<-»>ciit> a Drpurt iiu-n t Mr<lal of Honor to 
l*al rolinan Loniaii i.. Mr< iinton. Jr., mIio. mIiIIi' oIT <Iii1\ and roii- 
(lurlin^ lm>iiu's> in a rt'al c-lalc oiliro. Ii(>ar<l a loud (li*«t iirl>aii<-c in the 
roar. \lv iiiini«>diat4''l> «ont lo lUv r**ar of tin" <il]ic-<' and sa\* a man 
lioUlin^ llie iiianu^er at gunpoint aii<l threatening other persons in 
the room. As he went lo their aid the felon fired a shot and Mounded 
tlie manager. The otlirer dre\* his re\olver and onlered him to drop 
his ueapon. thereupon the felon fired a shot at him. narro^^ly missing 
liini. A> the felon (ired. I'atrohiiaii McC'linton >imtiltane<»u>ly fired, 
fatall> \%oiiiidiii«: tlie holdup man and thereh\ pre>enting further loss 
of life. 



Police Department 



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Bishop Jereniiali Miiiiliuii presents the Walter Scott Medal for % alor 
and four other medals to Patrolman James K. Iliekman, who, while 
accompanying a store manager to a bank with the receipts, was con- 
fronted by four men, one of whom was brandishing a saw ed-o(f shotgun. 
The officer raised his revolver and ordered them to raise their hands, 
but the man with the shotgun pointed it at him. The officer fired and 
struck him. The bandit discharged the shotgun and struck the officer. 
All men jumped into a ear and made their escape. Vt hile being treated 
for his wounds at the hospital, the officer observed a man being wheeled 
from the examining room and identified him as the felon with the 
sa«ed-off shotgun. He was placed under arrest. 



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City Doci mi;m \(i. 28 




Ke^ort-iiil llai'olil U. Bi]r>c_\ prc>i-iit> tlu- riiiiiiias F. Sullixaii Auard 
and t lirec otiifr awards to l*atr<iliiiaii TlKiiiias J. (^leasoii for his courage 
in rlTi'cliiifX the arrest <>f a drouiiiiifi man \* hoiii he observed in llie 
Charh'> l{i>er fort> to fifty f«'et from the shoreline. After t»o un- 
successful attempts to pet a lifeline to him h> the MD(; police, the 
officer <li\ed into the icy Maters, hreakinp ice as he swam, and reached 
the man just as he Mas submerpinp. He grasped liim, and both Mere 
pulled to shore by the MDC officers. The \ictim and the officer Merc 
taken into the hospital in the same ambulance, and the \ictim Mas 
revived by mouth-lo-mouth resuscitation by Patrolman Gleason and 
MDC police officers. 



Police Department 



21 




Siiperiiilendeiil Herbert F. Miilloney presents a" Department Medal of 
Honor lo I'atrolniun Joseph l{. Meninio foi- liis part in the eaptiire of a 
dangerous eseapee from the Plymouth House of Correction. With his 
partner the officer recognized tlie man in a passing vehicle. Assistance 
was suminoned, the vehicle was then forced to a curb, and the 
escapee arrested at gunpoint. In the rear of the car was a 12-gaiige 
sawed-off shotgun ready for loading. The weapon was seized, and all 
occupants of the vehicle were arrested. 



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Superiii!riHl«Ml McrlM-rt I. Mtil)iiM<-\ pri'X'nl-- a Ih-partmciil Medal of 
llfMioi- to ratrolinan KftlxTt J. Kt*t:aii for hi-- part in the capture of a 
<lan^«>r<>ii> <"«rap<-«* from tlif l*l\ iiioii t li ll(>ii-«> of (!orr«*<'ti(»ii. ^^ itii his 
partner iIh- oirirrr rrniyiii/ril the man in a pa^-^in^ \ehirU'. Assi?-tance 
wa^- sinnni<ini-(l. tin* M-hirU- \*a> then forciMl l<» a curb, and the escapee 
arrested at i:iinpoint. In the rear of the car was a 12-paupe shotgun 
readv for loading. The >«eapon \«as seized, and all occupants of the 
vehicle were arrested. 



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Superiiitciideiit W illiuiii J. Taylor presents a' neparlmeiil Medal of 
Honor to Patrolman I'aiil W . ('.iinrlon for liis pari in caplurin^ an armed 
bank rohher >\ lio was ohser\e{| by liim and his p:irtiier r-nnnin;^ from a 
bank with a revolver in his hand. After pursuit the robber barricaded 
himself behind a parked car and discharged several shots at I'atrolman 
Condon and his partner. The robber was struck in the right hand by 
the officers' (ire and he was disarmed and placed under arrest. The 
loot of $4,796 was recovcretl and returned to the bank. 



24 



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Siiporiiili-inlriil \\ illi;iin J. r;i\ lor presents a Deparlmeiil Meilal of 
lloiKir t<i I 'n t nil 111 u II .laiiie~ J. \\ ilcli for hi- part ill la pill rill): an armed 
liaiik roliliir u ho »as oh-er\e(l \t\ him anil his partner riiniiiii): from a 
hank \iitli a revoher in liis haiul. \fter pursuit the rohher harrieaded 
himself liehind a parked ear and discharged se\eral shots at Patrolman 
W eleli uiifl his partner. The rohher was struck in the right hand bv the 
oUieers" (ire and he was disarmed and placed under arrest. The loot of 
■*t,796 »as leeinered and reliiriied to the hank. 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 
OF THE 
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FOR THE YEAR 1971 



28 




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53,815 



57,663 



60.571 



65,958 



62,051 



61 ,487 



58,061 



51 ,760 



NUMBER OF OFFENSES. 



Police Department 



31 



3,551 



3,521 



R.3Rf- 



3,6?5 



5,846 



4,127 



4,532 



4,507 



4,739 



3,747 



NUMBER OF OFFENSES. 



32 



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235,303 



239,474 



231.945 



184,374 



146,209 



143,168 



136,654 



124,895 



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33 



17,764 



17,306 



19,742 



20,203 



21,349 



21 ,913 



20,890 



21,174 



20,565 



20,079 



16,471 



17,847 



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CiTV Duel MliNT .No. 28 



16.95 (84,M3) 



15. 7X (78.903) 



13. 7J (68.434) 



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13. 3S (66,645) 



13. 5S (67,377) 



13.3" (66.371) 



13. 6S (67.833) 



PERCENTAGE OF YEARLY TOTAL OF EMERGENCY CALLS 
RECEIVED EACH DAY OF WEEK 



Police Department 



39 



7.75; (38,774) 



7.2::, (36,493) 



8.7:: (43,540) 



8.7°: (43,548) 



9.6;; (46,992) 



9.7% (48,624) 



9. as (46,540) 



.8Z (44,254) 



.12 (40,273) 



8.1:; (40,304) 



6.9;; (34,415) 



7.2" (36,347) 



PERCENTAGE OF YEARLY TOTAL OF EHERGENCY CALLS 
RECEIVED IN EACH MONTH 



40 



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6.3? (31.456) 



5.9t (29.526) 



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4.7t, (23,472) 



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3.9i (19.590) 



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3.4'. (16.821) 



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RECEIVED DURING EACH 1-HOUR PERIOD. 



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TAIJIJ; l\ HriakdoxMi ol <M1.iisos Shouii I iidtr I al.lc I 

and \alin- of Proporly Sloh-ii 1»\ !> |>f of OHViisc for the 

^«-ar Kiiding Ueccinl>cr 31. 1971 



CUSSIPICATION 


Number of 

Actual 

Olfcnses 


Value 
I'roperl 


Uulili<-r> : 

(a) ili^'liwiis (slri-i'ls, iillc\s, elc.) 
(6) CommiTcial house (iiol rf, c,/j 

(c) (ius or service station 

(d) Chain store .... 

(f ) IW-sidcnce (unvwhcre on premises; 

(/) Bank . . ■ 

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3,270 

538 

81 

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378 

57 

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289,i 

106, 
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Burt'lary — breaking or cntcriiife': 
(a) Residence (dwelling) 

(1) Night 

(2) Day 

(6) Nonresidence (store, ollice, etc.) 

(1) Night 

(2) Day 


2,680 
6,389 

3,071 
299 


840, 
2,064, 

977 
73 


Total — burglary 


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Larceny — theft (except auto theft) 

(a) $50 and over 

(6) $5 to $50 

(c) Under $5 


7,055 

4,410 

992 


1,568 
1 


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Auto theft : 

(a) Jovriding 

(6) Ali other 


9,960 
6,067 


4,979, 
2,943, 


Total — Auto theft 


16,027 


7,922 


Grand Total 


45.6.->n 


14.223, 






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45 



TABLE V — Additional Analysis of Larceny and Aulo Thefts 
for the Year Ending Deceniher 31, 1971 





Numlior of 


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Property 




Oilenses 


Stolen 


ture of larcenies: 






b) Pocket picking 


272 


S15,52;5 


6) Pmse snatcliing 


1,961 


77,110 


c) Slioiilil'liiit; 


1 ,2.'.7 


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d) From autos (not accessories) 


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07 1,797 


e) Aulo accessories 


1,191 


07, i:!.! 


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.->2,.-,l7 


q) From Ijuildiiigs (not shoplifliiifr) .... 


l,:!()» 


291,742 


/?) I'rom any coin-oi)eralecl niacliines not in a 






Imilding 


2:5 


276 


i) All other 


2,412 


413, 190 


Total — Firceniei 


12,457 


$1,656,:539 



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Niimlier .'iloli'ii locally and recovered localK 


9,721 


b) 


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2,319 





Total locally stolen autos recovered 


12,010 


d) 


Number stolen out of town recovered locally 


2,.5ii3 



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23 


289 


21 


161 


29 


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23 


182 


27 




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8 


.186 


8 


201 


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581 


296 


403 


244 


225 


17.1 




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469 


26 


403 


24 


197 


10 




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54 


23 


148 


15 


147 


19 




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6 


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16 


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113 


10 


214 


25 


195 


24 




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41 


2 


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29 


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63 


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80 


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13 


110 


208 


57 


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33 


2 


26 


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24 


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97 


518 


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12 


171 


16 


112 


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247 


224 


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167 


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I'KI <)|ii'ialii>iKil Ihila 

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Arrcslces |)!ioloi'rii|ilicil 

Arrcslcp jilioloKi'iplis <llslriliiiti-<l 

Ci'iiiiiiial |iliolo^'ia|>li> scnl to oiilsiilc (lc|Kirtinciits . 



Crime Scene Operations 

Crime scenes plioloKrajiliod 

Crime sceiii'v iiiM"~lit.al(Ml for lalciil iJiiiil-. 



I\ei|iii'sls for criniiiial records 
Ccrlilicil criiniiial records issued 
l^ookiii;: nunilicrs issued . 



KcCIIImN 



W arriilll" 



Warrants olilaiiicd !>> Boston I'oliie Department 
Warrants reiei\ed Iroin outside departments 

'I'olal warrants )(roce.s.sed 

\\ arrant.s serviceil 



^lissins IVr'-oiis ;md ()ea<l l*er^f»iis 



Missiiip persons re|)orleil in Boston 

Mis-ill^' persons re|)orted liy other departments. 

Dead liodies liiit;er|)riiited 

Dead bodies identified from iingerprints 



Bleat lial\zer f>pcrations 



BreatliaUzer tests administered 
C.on\iilions resiilting Iherefioni 

\ol f.Miilt\ \erdicts 

Cases jiending ...... 

Inmiediate releases (.05 jiercent or less^ 



Police Department 55 

Table XIII — Coinniuiiications Control Division Operations 



Telephone Calls Keceived 



i'rf,('niy niimljci', Dl'j ii-1212 . 
niiiisliative niimlH'r, KE 6-6700 

ll-liiii's ...... 



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J 1. ■;,(>() I 
:;6:;,.'>H.') 



ciiil |iiir]iose lines 
^■oiiiK message iinils 
li.U'oin.i,' loll culls . 



!i2.'), 711:1 
17,121 



Kadio Transmissions 



innel 1 — Average il:iil\ ,iii- lime . 

Average chiiK Iraiismissions 
I'olal Iransinjssions . 

innel 2 — A\ erage dails air lime 

A\erage (lail\ Iraiismissions 
Polal Iraiismissions . 

















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1,1!) 


innrs 
1,1(111 
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1:1 1 
1,12: 


utns 
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X messages sent 
egrams sen I . 
al telel\j)e ilenis sen I. 
le telelxjie ilems senl 
le lelelvpe ilems reeeivei 
ords enlereil 
iiiries .... 



LEAPS S\sUin 



Nati 

;6rds enlered 

iiiries 

len ear Mils . 

nieil person liils . 

len lireaiin liils . 

len |iio]i"il \ liils 

en seeniil ies 



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Iiifoi'iiiat ioii ('4>iil(' 







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76,7n2 






211,17.) 






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12 

1 

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Talilc \l\ <!riiii«- l.ul>oratoi-> Operations 



lliiiiiiiidc^ 

hriMkiii). Mini riiti'riii); <°iisi!s .... 

\;ili-<>l ii> ;iii;i]\si*s ...... 

Viriifd rolilit'i's ciiNf^ ..... 

As^Miill ^ricl li;ill<-i'\ iliiiip-roiis \vi-:i|>oii liises 
.*^i*\ rriiin'N ........ 

I III mimI lull riiS4*.s ...... 

Boinlis iiiiil iirsiiii 

Liin'i-ii\ iiisi"^ 

Scri.'il iiiiinlMT rrstor;ilifHis 

\li-i rll:iiici)iis ciisf- ... 



Talilr \N Ila<-km'y (iarriage I nil < >|)«T;ili<»iis 

llarkiii-\ ( !;il*ria^<' l.ii-i*n^r* 

Sl;itiil((r\ liiiiil on li:i<kiif\ nirriapi's (fliii|il<T:W2, .XcKof W.W, as anienilccl ) 

Carriaf.'!' lirciiM- a|i|ili('aliaiis received 

("arriap's lii-eiiseil — renewals 

Carriafies licenseil — clianpes in owiierslnp 

('arriafies liieiised — llejiraiils 

Carria;;e lirenses raiicelled i in favor of rpj^ranl-s and ownership changes) 

Carria;.'es licensed, Decenilier .il, I*)?] 

('arria;;es ins|iei'l(xl 



Ila<'kiie\ (!ari*iafi<' l)ri\cr Liceii'.cs 



A|)|)lications for driver licenses received 
.\l)|)li(alions for driver licenses rejec-ted 
Dri\cr licenses ^.rallied .... 
I)ri\er license ie\ocalions (lemporary i 
Drixei licenses rescinded 
Coniplainls iiivesliKaled .... 
Arlicles rouiiil :iiid I Milled in liy ilrivers 



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