A recent report said CT state police falsified over 25,000 traffic stop records. Investigations are underway — and the count could be higher.
Gov. Ned Lamont chose Deirdre Daly, a former U.S. attorney, to conduct an investigation into the fabricated traffic stop tickets.
The false traffic stop records potentially skewed the numbers to reflect more infractions for white drivers and less for Black and Hispanic motorists.
A new contract could boost wages for CT state police nearly 10% in its first year as Connecticut tries to reverse a recruitment crisis.
The most diverse class in the history of the Connecticut State Police got their badges Thursday.
State police raises and a paid lunch break top a list of six new labor deals that would cost $58 million collectively by 2022 — and could throw a wrench into budget negotiations.
This week, jaw-dropping footage of three Connecticut state police officers appearing to fabricate criminal charges against a protester made international news. Meanwhile, two families lost loved ones to police violence in Oklahoma and North Carolina. Each of these incidents was caught on video. All have inspired outrage from people around the world. It still might not be enough to ensure justice—and that should frighten all of us.
I am a 19-year-old resident of Willington, a town in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut that my family has lived in since 1914. This town of about 6,000 people is living with the fear that their home is on the brink of transformation into something unrecognizable. The state police wish to turn 326 acres of pristine woodland in the heart of our town into a massive training facility and gun range complex.
Four years after most state employee unions agreed to phase out controversial “longevity” payments, Connecticut’s state police have done so as well.
A 28-year veteran of the Connecticut state police, Brian F. Meraviglia has been named to replace retiring Col. Danny Stebbins as commander of the division. Dora Shriro, commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, announced the appointment Friday. She also named Maj. Warren “Butch” Hyatt Jr. to succeed Meraviglia as lieutenant colonel of the state police division.
Dora B. Schriro, who was named Monday as the first woman to oversee the Connecticut State Police and other state public-safety functions, has a national profile as the New York City correction commissioner and a former special adviser to the U.S. secretary of homeland security.