Meet Boston Police Commissioner Gross at First Parish Dorchester

Meet Boston Police Commissioner Gross at First Parish Dorchester on January 11, 2019

First Parish Dorchester is pleased to announce that Boston Police Commissioner William Gross will be attending the monthly Community Dinner on January 11, 2019. Neighbors are invited to join us for the pot luck dinner. It will be held in the Parish Hall located at 10 Parish Street Dorchester from 6-8 PM. Please bring something to share or just come and enjoy an evening of food and conversation with the new Commissioner.  We look forward to hearing from the Commissioner on his plans for policing in Boston.

Commissioner Gross is the City of Boston's first African American Commissioner. He is a 33-year veteran of the Boston Police Department.  He is a South Boston native who started his career on the force in Dorchester in 1985. As Deputy Superintendent, Gross served as the Commander of Zone 2, which is comprised of Area B-2 Roxbury and Mission Hill, Area B-3 Mattapan, Area C-11 Dorchester, and Area C-6 South Boston. In this role, he coordinated with District Captains in their development of strategies to address crime trends, and attended community meetings to address specific neighborhood crime concerns.


WHAT: Community potluck dinner with BPD Commissioner William Gross


WHEN: January 11, 2019 from 6-8 PM


WHERE: First Parish Church Dorchester, 10 Parish Street, Dorchester, MA 02122


FOR MORE INFORMATION: or call the First Parish office 617 436 0527