Hartford Welcomes New Police RecruitsSixteen new Hartford Police Department recruits have begun their work at the city's training academy.
Not Guilty Plea In Case Of Alleged Police BrutalityRetired Sergeant Sean Spell entered a not guilty plea during a brief court appearance.
Police: Man Shot In HartfordHartford police say a man was shot today on a city street.
Jury Returns Split Verdict In Hartford Alleged Brutality LawsuitA federal jury has returned verdicts in favor of the city of Hartford and police in a lawsuit alleging several officers used excessive force on members of a family.
Retired Hartford Cop Arrested for Suspect AssaultRetired Hartford Police Sergent Sean Spell, 46, was arrested by state police Thursday evening for kicking suspect Emilio Diaz while he lay flat on the ground, handcuffed, following a lengthy car chase through Hartford and west Hartford, June 4.
Hartford Shooting Under InvestigationA man is in stable condition after Hartford Police say he was shot when answering the door to his home on Harold Street.
Oversight Of HPD ExtendedHartford officials and plaintiffs in a 1969 civil rights lawsuit against city police have agreed to extend federal oversight of the police department for another three years.
Hartford Wins Three Public Safety GrantsThe City of Hartford has won three public safety grants from the federal government totaling $4.75 million.
More Details On Principal's ArrestThe principal at a Wethersfield elementary school who was arrested over the weekend at Hartford WalMart is accused of following children in the store, attempting to photograph them.
Hartford To Pay $2.9M To Settle Fatal Police Crash LawsuitThe city of Hartford has reached a $2.9 million settlement agreement with the estate of a man who was fatally injured when a speeding police cruiser struck his car in July 2012.
Hartford Police Seize 1,000 Bags Of Heroin, Arrest SuspectHartford narcotics detectives have arrested a man suspected dealing heroin from his vehicle and seized 1,000 bags of the drug stamped "great job.''
Hartford Police Report Spike In Out-Of-Town Key-Fob Car TheftsHartford police say the number of vehicles stolen from out of town and found in the city is on track to top 425 in 2016.

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