Police Transparency in Connecticut

Join us April 1 at 7:00 pm for a symposium on Police Transparency in Connecticut.

Moderator: John Dankosky, host of “Where We Live”

Representative from the office of the State’s Attorney

Representative from New Haven Police Department

Tejas Bhatt, assistant public defender, New Haven

Jim Smith, president, Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information

The symposium will be recorded by WNPR-FM for a later broadcast. Sponsored by the Connecticut Foundation for Open Government and WNPR-FM, the event is free of charge and light refreshments will be served.
Where: Gateway Community College, Community Room, N100, 20 Church St., New Haven, Connecticut
Directions: From I-91 South, take New Haven Downtown Exit, cross Church Street South, pass Gateway College façade on the right, enter Temple Street Garage on the right, park on third level.  Save parking ticket for validation/free parking.
Contact Karin Schwanbeck (203-582-5391) (leave a message) or karin.schwanbeck@quinnipiac.edu Catie Talarski (ctalarski@wnpr.org) for more information.


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