Steroid Scandal brought disciplinary action against 11 Boston OfficersIn a scandal that brought bad name to the police department, eleven Boston police officers have been reprimanded for their alleged role in context to steroids.

This scandal has forced senior officials to tighten and revise their drug policies and resulted in prison time for four involved patrolmen.

Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis said that he was not happy with the action taken against the eleven culprits in the uniform. Seven of the eleven officers who admitted to steroids at some point in their careers were asked to give a written reprimand to a suspension for 45 days without any pay. However, none of the guilty officers were fired and will not be facing any criminal charges against them.

All of the eleven officers will be subjected to drug tests for their entire careers.