The Cambridge order points to the dragging of a passenger off a plane as a potential hate crime and refers also to an earlier incident, when three girls were barred from flying because they were wearing form-fitting leggings as pants.
Cambridge’s Housing Authority is working with other housing agencies around the country to develop printed materials and strategies they can all use to communicate with and protect immigrants living in subsidized housing.
The Cambridge Police Department’s 2017 Neighborhood Sergeants Program kicks off with a community meeting for Cambridgeport residents at 6 p.m. April 19 at the Cambridge Public Library’s Central Square Branch, 45 Pearl St.
Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is pleased to announce an initiative aimed at engaging local residents with developmental disabilities.
The police department’s written policy on immigrant “detainers” gives officers more leeway than some realize to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
The “Safe Communities Act” working its way through the Massachusetts Legislature is designed to do what its name suggests: Protect everyone in the community regardless of their citizenship status.
Police are investigating gunshots last night on the 300 block of Elm Street between Cambridge Street and Webster Avenue, near Inman Square.
Applications are available for youngsters wishing to participate in the 2017 Youth Public Safety Academy. It is made up of six one-week camps beginning July 10. Transportation and lunch are provided, and a graduation ceremony is held each Friday in Chelmsford.
A plea by the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts to halt a controversial collaboration between state and local law enforcement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement won unanimous support from the City Council on Monday.
The public is invited to help develop the leadership profile to be used in hiring a new police commissioner. Members of the public may participate by attending a citywide public forum or by providing written feedback.