The Boston Police Division Remembers the Service and Sacrifice of Officer Harris B. McInnes 93 Years In the past In the present day —

BPD Remembers: On Sunday, July three, 1927, Boston Police Officer Harris B. McInnes was shot and killed whereas pursuing two suspects after a theft on Most important Road within the space of Charles Road in Charlestown. Officer McInnes was 36-years-old on the time of his demise and had served with the Boston Police Division for seven and half years. He was survived by his spouse and daughter.

Officer McInnes is buried on the Mount Hope Cemetery in Mattapan. His title is positioned on the Nationwide Regulation Enforcement Memorial in addition to the Hero Wall at Boston Police Headquarters and the Police Memorial on the Massachusetts State Home in Downtown Boston.

A Hero Signal has been positioned in his honor on Most important Road close to Austin Road in Charlestown.