POLICE

Springfield, Massachusetts, City Council President Justin Hurst.
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The president of the Springfield, Massachusetts, City Council says the Hampden County district attorney should resign.

Police cruisers in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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In our look at the week's news, the investigation of a 2015 fight outside a Springfield, Massachusetts, bar that involved off-duty police officers keeps evolving. 

Springfield, Massachusetts, City Council President Justin Hurst, at podium, speaks at a press conference with other city councilors.
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The City Council president in Springfield, Massachusetts, is taking the Hampden County district attorney to task for his handling of an assault case involving 14 current and former Springfield police officers.

Springfield police headquarters.
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A Massachusetts grand jury has indicted 14 Springfield police officers in connection with an off-duty assault outside a city bar.

Springfield Police Lt. Cheryl Clapprood discusses new police dispatch computers in this 1998 photo.
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A month ago, Springfield, Massachusetts, got a new leader of the police department. 

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