Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has named New York City’s top prison official as the state’s next public safety commissioner.
The number of New Britain’s finest is on the upswing. Following a hiring freeze, the city has recruited and hired 18 officers. That, says Mayor Timothy O’Brien, is in addition to several lateral hires they’ve […]
Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra has vetoed a Common Council measure that would have put a halt to overtime and hiring for the foreseeable future. With the city looking at a nine-million-dollar deficit for the current […]
Connecticut State Police concluded a busy Thanksgiving holiday enforcement detail at midnight. Lieutenant Paul Vance said they recorded three fatalities among the over 400 accidents investigated between last Wednesday and midnight Sunday. Fifty-nine were injured, […]
The first Hartford Police and Fire Services have moved in to the new Public Safety Complex at 253 High Street, and additional services will be moving in over the next few weeks.
A second top University of Connecticut police official is retiring amid controversy over the six-figure salaries of top department officials, who earned more than police managers in many cities including New York.
Hartford’s new Public Safety Complex on High Street reached a milestone Monday with the “topping off” ceremony for the $77 million dollar project.