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Connecticut State Police Seek To Raise Awareness About Domestic ViolenceConnecticut State Police are driving around with purple magnetic ribbons on their cruisers to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Man Shot Dead After Allegedly Pointing Gun At Officers In Old Saybrook Motel RoomPolice shot and killed a man who allegedly pointed a gun at officers in a motel in Old Saybrook, Connecticut this weekend.
Report Finds Racial Disparities In Connecticut Traffic StopsThe report singles out five agencies for having "statistically significant" racial or ethnic disparities in their data and says further investigation is warranted.
Connecticut State Police Step Up Patrols For Holiday WeekendUnmarked patrol vehicles, aircraft and additional manpower are being deployed on Connecticut highways and secondary roads through Monday night.
Malloy Picks NYC Prisons Chief As Public Safety CommissionerConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy named New York City's top prison official Monday as the state's next public safety commissioner and the first woman to hold the job.
Man Dies Following Altercation With Meriden, Conn. PoliceThe man was pronounced dead at MidState Medical Center in Meriden after doctors tried to medicate him. The man's name is being withheld until his family is notified. An autopsy is planned.
Connecticut Troopers Make 57 Drunken Driving Arrests Memorial Day WeekendAuthorities said Tuesday that troopers also investigated 281 accidents including fatal crashes in West Hartford and North Stonington over the three-day Memorial Day weekend.
Jury Gives More Than $16 Million To Connecticut Man Who Lost Leg To Police CarA Connecticut Superior Court jury awarded more than $16 million Tuesday to a Bridgeport man who lost his leg after being struck by a state police squad car.
Connecticut Infoline Open For Those In Need And Those Who Want To HelpConnecticut State Police are asking anyone who wishes to assist the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre and their families to contact the state’s 211 Infoline.
Attorney: Family Of Teen Unknowingly Killed By Father Gives State Police Access To ComputerThe Giulianos have given state police permission to hack into their son's computer as they search for any information as to why the teen was wearing a mask and why he lunged at his father with a knife.
Added Sobriety Checkpoints Across Tri-State Area Could Cost Drunk DriversLaw enforcement agencies across the country this holiday weekend are beefing up patrols. In the Tri-State Area, that means added roving patrols and sobriety checkpoints set up by local and state police.
Connecticut State Troopers Vote No Confidence In LeadershipConnecticut state troopers overwhelmingly voted no confidence in the leadership of top state police leaders on allegations that management decisions are jeopardizing the safety of troopers and the public.
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