As Boston Police Department and FBI officials continue to lock down the greater Boston area, the city's local sports teams are attempting to determine whether or not to proceed with their normal season schedule.
What does BPD stand for?
BPD stands for Boston Police Department
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We have 128 other meanings of BPD in our Acronym Attic
- Biological Product Development
- Biologics Process Development, Inc.
- Biparietal Diameter
- Bipolar Disorder
- Blaine Police Department (Washington)
- Blood Products Depot
- Blueprint Directory
- Bogota Police Department
- Boiling Point vs. Depth (at hydrostatic pressure)
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Bradenton Police Department (Florida)
- Bradford Particle Design Ltd
- Braking with Power Dissipation (Mode)
- Breathing Pattern Disorder
- Breese Pitt Dixon (engineering company; Australia)
- Bridgeport Police Department
- Brief Pain Diary
- Brockton Police Department
- Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
- Brunswick Police Department (various locations)
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He retired as a detective sergeant of the Boston Police Department with 35 years of service.
Police moved into Dewey Square at 4:55 am (0955 GMT), encountering little resistance as they cleared it of protesters camped out there as part of a nationwide grassroots movement against economic inequality, a spokesman for the Boston Police Department, said 32 men and 14 women were arrested for trespassing, "and a few for resisting.
ComnetiX has implemented more than 1,000 workstations, supporting thousands of users around the world, for customers such as the NYSE, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, the Fire Department of New York, the Boston Police Department, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the New York State Department of Education.
Although the Boston Police Department publicly described the arrest as an example of inter-agency cooperation, some police officials anonymously complained to the press that the feds had endangered the public by refusing to share intelligence with the local police.
The Boston police department won for "Operation Cease Fire," which has reduced gun and gang violence and cut homicides among young people by 70 percent in the last two years.
A 1997 Boston Police Department (BPD) study found that more than 50 percent of probationers were in compliance?
At the end of the lecture, I was promptly arrested by members of the vice squad of the Boston police department and charged with two felonies: publicly exhibiting birth control and abortion devices, and giving away a single condom and package of contraceptive foam to a nineteen-year-old, unmarried female student.