Robert C. Haas

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Robert C. Haas
Massachusetts Secretary of Public Safety
In office
2006–2007
Governor Mitt Romney
Preceded by Edward A. Flynn
Succeeded by Kevin M. Burke
Personal details
Alma mater William Paterson College
Rutgers University
Northeastern University
Occupation Law Enforcement Official

Robert C. Haas is an American law enforcement official who is the current Police Commissioner for the Cambridge, Massachusetts Police Department. He previously served as Secretary of Public Safety and Undersecretary of Law Enforcement and Homeland Security under Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, as Chief of Police in Westwood, Massachusetts, and as a police officer in Morris Township, New Jersey.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Robert C. Haas - Police Commissioner". lowellpoliceacademy.org. Lowell Police Academy. Retrieved 22 April 2011.