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Victor A. Clay Profile

By Zadoc I. N. Gee
Chief Victor A. Clay, the new chief of the Harvard University Police Department, has over 30 years of experience serving in law enforcement, including seven years serving in campus security.
Chief Victor A. Clay, the new chief of the Harvard University Police Department, has over 30 years of experience serving in law enforcement, including seven years serving in campus security.

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