Union: State Police Leader Ordered Recording Destroyed The union also criticized state police leaders, saying they are allowing Lt. Col. Robert Corona to retire Dec. 1 without facing punishment for the alleged misconduct even though the chief state's attorney's office found that Corona violated agency policy.
Impasse in State Trooper Labor Talks
No Confidence Vote On Horizon For State Police LeadersThe results of a no confidence vote against Connecticut state police leaders by state troopers are set to be announced.
State Supreme Court To Hear Trooper Staffing CaseThe state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration to Connecticut's law requiring a minimum number of state troopers.

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