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Patrick unveils anticrime plan

Proposal has funds for 70 new Hub police

Governor Deval Patrick announced a statewide law enforcement plan with members of a new anticrime council at the State House in Boston. Governor Deval Patrick announced a statewide law enforcement plan with members of a new anticrime council at the State House in Boston. (PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / May 11, 2007

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Governor Deval Patrick unveiled a $15 million statewide anticrime plan yesterday that includes money to help put 70 new police officers on Boston streets in July. (Full article: 584 words)

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