Law Enforcement

First Analysis Of Traffic Stops Finds Racial, Ethnic DisparitiesConnecticut's first analysis of police traffic stops across the state has found racial and ethnic disparities that may suggest bias on the part of officers, but stops short of declaring that racial profiling is going on
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Holdup At Hebron BankState Police are investigating a holdup about 9:30 Tuesday morning at the Savings Institute Bank and Trust on Main Street in Hebron.
Norwich Police Arrest One Of Puerto Rico's Most WantedOne of Puerto Rico's Ten Most Wanted was picked up in Norwich Monday during a traffic stop.
Weapons, Explosives Seized At Home Of Retired Deputy Police Chief Trumbull authorities say they seized explosives and weapons while raiding a home owned by a retired deputy police chief.
83 New State Troopers GraduateThe Connecticut State Police have graduated their 123rd training troop.
Bloomfield's K9 Maki Dies
Robbery In Meriden, Possibly With Gun
Law Enforcement Impersonator Arrested In Old LymeState police have arrested a law enforcement impersonator who stopped boaters using a commandeered vessel and who had a supply of weapons and ammunition in his police-style vehicle.
Opinion: Big Cities’ People-in-Power Don’t Understand Crime And MurderFor America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
State Police Union Defeats Part Of Labor DealThe Connecticut State Police Union on Friday voted down a two-year wage freeze in a labor savings and concessions agreement, effectively exposing state troopers to layoffs.