Eight years ago the U.S. Congress designated September 25th as the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims. Murder damages families and shocks communities, even people who never knew the victim. For those close to victims, murder often divides time into “before” and “after” with its irreversible finality. Losing a loved one to accident or illness, while deeply painful, is not quite the same as having someone taken from you by an intentional act of violence. Murder breaks... Read More
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William J. Bratton Biography Contact Commissioner Bratton began his career in 1970 as a beat cop in Boston. He went on to lead six major US police departments...