The top leaders are leaving as the CT state police are facing staffing issues, union unrest and a federal probe into falsified traffic stops.
Rep. Steven Stafstrom urged the Sentencing Commission to focus on bail reform, suggesting it could be a key policy issue in 2024.
The General Assembly voted in special session Tuesday to confirm the Connecticut Supreme Court nomination of Nora R. Dannehy.
At her confirmation hearing, the CT Supreme Court nominee spoke publicly for the first time about leaving the Trump-Russia investigation.
A 2014 campaign mailing that criticized the sitting governor has ignited a free speech fight that has reached the CT Supreme Court.
Appellate Judge Eliot D. Prescott is taking senior status, giving Gov. Ned Lamont a chance to deliver on his commitment to diversity.
When CT created its sex offense registry, it required that some people convicted in the decade prior enroll. Now, they want to be removed.
The judge ruled the court action was premature and that the matter would first need to go before the CT Freedom of Information Commission.
A report revealed that CT state police troopers may have falsified tens of thousands of traffic stop records. Here’s what to know about the audit.
There is a consensus that body-worn cameras are game changers. Harder to assess is how the BWCs are changing policing.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s nomination of Nora R. Dannehy to the Connecticut Supreme Court is a second effort to fill a vacancy after an earlier nominee failed to win confirmation.
Gov. Ned Lamont is vetting Nora R. Dannehy, who quit in protest from a Trump-era investigation of the FBI, for Connecticut’s Supreme Court.
FOI advocates are hailing the ruling in a 2017 case that limits CT’s use of patient confidentiality laws to keep records secret.
The CT Mirror and The Day of New London want the FOI commission to decide whether state police names and badge numbers should be disclosed.
CT state police union officials say 20% of troopers accused of submitting false ticket data or underreporting tickets have been exonerated.