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Police captain heads for Harvard

He leaves Boston to be deputy chief

Police Captain James Claiborne spent 30 1/2 years on the force. Police Captain James Claiborne spent 30 1/2 years on the force. (Bill Brett/ Globe Staff/ File 1995)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / October 6, 2009

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Boston police Captain James Claiborne, who was once a candidate for commissioner of the department and was at one point the highest-ranking minority member on the force, is leaving to become deputy police chief at Harvard University. (Full article: 423 words)

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