The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association and Massachusetts Major City Chiefs and 19 other local law enforcement officials support Massachusetts fair and equal treatment for transgender people. That’s why they’re standing with a broad coalition across the state in support of Massachusetts’ non-discrimination law protecting our transgender neighbors, family and friends from discrimination in public spaces. Each of these law enforcement organizations and individuals affirms the importance of explicitly protecting transgender people from discrimination in public spaces, like restaurants, shops and hospitals.

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  • Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association
  • Massachusetts Major City Chiefs
  • Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers
  • Amherst: Scott P Livingstone, Chief of Police
  • Boston: William B Evans, Police Commissioner
  • Brookline: Daniel C O’Leary, Chief of Police
  • Cambridge: Robert C. Haas, Police Commissioner (Retired)
  • Canton: Kenneth Berkowitz, Police Chief
  • Concord: Joseph O'Connor, Chief of Police
  • Lenox: Stephen E. O'Brien, Chief of Police
  • Lynn: Kevin Coppinger, Chief of Police (Former - currently Essex County Sheriff)
  • Mansfield: Ronald Sellon, Chief of Police
  • Marblehead: Robert Picariello, Chief of Police
  • Medford: Leo E. Sacco, Jr., Chief of Police
  • Melrose: Michael L. Lyle, Chief of Police
  • Newton: Howard L. Mintz, Chief of Police (Retired)
  • Northampton: Jody Kasper, Chief of Police
  • Pittsfield: Michael Wynn, Chief of Police
  • Salem: Mary Butler, Chief of Police
  • Somerville: David Fallon, Chief of Police
  • Stoughton: Donna McNamara, Police Chief
  • Swampscott: Ronald Madigan, Chief of Police
  • Wakefield: Rick Smith, Chief of Police
  • Worcester: Steven Sargent, Chief of Police


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