Commissioner Evans heads to Washington for security summit


BOSTON - Boston police commissioner Bill Evans is heading to Washington today for a special homeland security meeting.

The top cop will talk with the counter-terrorism and intelligence subcommittee about how the city responds to reports of suspicious activity.

He'll be joined by officers from New Jersey and Virginia.

Wednesday's meeting follows the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.

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