The Globe reported on Dec. 7 that it found “at least 10 cases where police departments kept officers on the payroll when they lost their driving licenses for refusing the test, giving them paid leave or duties around the station instead.”


And this is from an editorial published Wednesday

Police departments commit a dangerous error in judgment by refusing to release the names of officers who are apprehended for drunken driving. Such subterfuge drives a wedge between the police and the public, crushing the credibility of law enforcement.


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