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In 1796, the watch was reorganized, and the watchmen carried a badge of office, a rattle, and a six-foot pole, which was painted blue and white with a hook on one end and a bill on the other.The hook was used to grab fleeing criminals, and the rounded "bill" was used as a weapon.On January 1, 2007, the rest of the Munis were either laid off or transferred to the city's Municipal Protective Services, which provides security to the city's Property Management Department.There was no merger with the Boston Municipal Police.This signaled a dramatic shift in traditional labor relations and views on the part of the police, who were unhappy with stagnant wages and poor working conditions.The city soon fell into riots and public chaos as over three-fourths of the department was no longer enforcing public peace.
An accomplished horsewoman, she was sworn in as a mounted officer of the Weston Police Department in 1913 during the town's bicentennial celebration.After criticism in the press, Seaver reinstated Mc Ginniskin, who remained in the police until the 1854 anti-Irish groundswell of the Know Nothing/American Party movement, when in the words of the Boston Pilot, "Mr.Mc Ginniskin was discharged from the Boston Police for no other reason than he was a Catholic and born in Ireland." Mc Ginniskin became a United States inspector at the customhouse and died of rheumatism on March 2, 1868.He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett, according to Boston Globe newspaper reports on Oct 19, 1857. Homer, its first African American officer, on December 24, 1878. He and his wife, Lydia Spriggs Homer, are buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Brighton, MA.On September 9, 1919, when Police Commissioner Edwin Upton Curtis refused to allow the creation of a police union, 1,117 BPD officers went on strike.
On August 23, 1995, the BPD became the first police agency to send fingerprint images to the FBI electronically using the newly created EFIPS (now IAFIS) system.