Video shows aftermath of alleged sexual assault by von Keyserling – Greenwich Time

12/16/18 – Staff Reports GREENWICH — Surveillance footage published Sunday reportedly shows the moments after Christopher von Keyserling, a former member of the Representative Town Meeting, allegedly sexually assaulted a Read More …

Report: Meriden School Readiness Council violated FOI rules – Meriden Record Journal

12/14/18 – By Matthew Zabierek MERIDEN — A Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer concluded the city’s School Readiness Council violated state transparency laws dating back several years and recommended Read More …

Draft FOI decision says Meriden police should release internal affairs reports – Meriden Record-Journal

12/12/18 – By Mike Savino MERIDEN — The police department improperly withheld four internal affairs reports involving former Capt. Patrick Gaynor, according to a Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer. Read More …

Why the Courant Is Publishing Adam Lanza Documents – Hartford Courant

12/09/18 – Editorial The Courant today is revealing new information about what was in the heart and mind of the most heinous killer in the state’s history, Adam Lanza. In Read More …

ACLU challenges decision by FOI Commission on police shooting – New Britain Herald

12/08/18 – By Lisa Backus HARTFORD – The Connecticut American Civil Liberties Union and the parents of a man shot and killed by New Britain police last year are challenging Read More …

FOI Commission admonishes municipalities for illegal meetings, illegal fees – Hartford Courant

11/15/18 – By Matthew Kauffman Shortly after the Bridgeport City Council’s budget committee opened its meeting last May, Councilwoman Jeannette Herron took up the first order of business with a Read More …

FOI Commission rules Connecticut’s incentive offer to Amazon is a trade secret – Meriden Record-Journal

11/13/18 – By Matthew Zabierek The Freedom of Information Commission has ruled that the state is not required to disclose tax incentives offered as part of its failed bid for Read More …

Unlike Republicans, Democrats Sign FOI Act Pledge – Waterbury Republican-American

11/01/18 – By Paul Hughes HARTFORD — Democratic candidates for statewide offices signed a pledge to support open government laws that their Republican counterparts have yet to sign, the Connecticut Council Read More …

State Will Not Appeal Supreme Court Ruling Ordering Release Of Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza’s Records – The Hartford Courant

10/30/18 – By Dave Altimari State officials said Tuesday that they will not appeal the recent Supreme Courtdecision ordering the public release of documents and journals belonging to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Read More …

Derby Cop Had ‘Extensive’ Disciplinary History Before Quitting, IA Report Shows – Valley Independent Sentinel

11/24/18 – By Eugene Driscoll A Derby police officer who resigned earlier this year after allegedly attacking his girlfriend had been the subject of seven previous disciplinary actions, including one Read More …