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Boston Police Commissioner Wants TNC Fingerprint Checks

Posted on September 18, 2015

One day after accusing Uber of lying to him, Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans renewed his call Thursday for the company to implement “extensive background” checks and fingerprinting of its drivers to protect customer safety.

Speaking after a memorial service for a fallen officer, Evans also called on Uber to add identifying markers on its drivers’ vehicles and to ensure that the cars are properly inspected.

“We recognize the benefit” of Uber, Evans said. “All we’re asking is to make these safety changes.

Read the full story at www.bostonglobe.com.

Related Topics: Boston operators, city regulations, passenger safety, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    I said that boston is not going to play the guber game and allow anything that can place customers in danger. Good job boston ;)

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