Police Refuse to Say if Accused Troopers Were Disciplined – U.S. News & World Report

08/15/17 – By Dave Collins HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut State Police are citing “invasion of privacy” concerns in refusing to release the findings of an internal affairs investigation involving a trooper and two sergeants accused of fabricating charges against a sobriety checkpoint protester during an encounter recorded on video. [Read More]

Enfield Cautionary Tale – Caledonian Record

08/23/17 – Editorial According to a WSHU.org (Conn. Public Radio) report, former Enfield Police Officer Matthew Worden has had nine lawsuits filed against him. [Read More]

FOI panel fines insurance commissioner – Meriden Record-Journal

06/29/17 – By Mike Savino HARTFORD — The Freedom of Information Commission Wednesday issued Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade a $500 fine after ruling that she improperly withheld documents last summer related to a proposed merger between Aetna and Humana. [Read More]