Zero murders, 9 drug arrests for February

The New Haven Police Department saw a successful end to the month of February — the city’s first murder-free month since August.

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Crime tech quickening forensics analysis

Peter Massey said recent advances in forensic science have concentrated on developing devices that can be easily transported to the crime scene and yield immediate analysis results.

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Police, schools seek stronger relationships

Robert Clark is one of 10 New Haven Police Department officers who make weekly one or two-hour visits to 30 grade schools throughout the Elm City.

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Sergeants graduate leadership school

For two weeks, 19 policemen took classes in a variety of fields, including leadership development, corruption control, police legitimacy and media relations.

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Sandy Hook students deliver love to YPD

Love is in the air, even in the Yale Police Department. This year, the YPD joined in the Valentine’s Day spirit with a special gift from the children of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. Yesterday, students from the Sandy Hook Elementary School delivered cookies and handmade Valentine’s cards to Yale police officers in appreciation […]

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Sig Ep added to tailgate lawsuit

A lawsuit filed by Sarah Short SOM ’13, who was injured in the fatal U-Haul crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard tailgate, has been amended to include Sig Ep as a defendant.

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No longer ‘us against them’: NHPD ratifies contract

After nearly two years of negotiations, NHPD officers ratified a five-year contract Wednesday night that boasts wins for both the union and City Hall.

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NHPD approves new 5-year contract

After more than a year of negotiations, New Haven Police Department officers have voted in favor of a new five-year contract with the city. The voting — which took place Wednesday from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the NHPD’s 1 Union Ave. headquarters — ratified a new deal between the city and the over […]

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NHPD sends new sergants back to school

Starting this week, 19 newly promoted New Haven police sergeants will go back to school to learn about leadership and department command structure.

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Ross ’13 enters probationary program

Nearly 14 months after the 2011 Yale-Harvard tailgate, Brendan Ross ’13 has agreed to enter a probationary program that will allow him to maintain a clean record.

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Ross ’13 receives special probation, no criminal record

Fourteen months after a fatal U-Haul crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard tailgate, Brendan Ross ’13 has entered a probationary program that will allow him to maintain a clean record. At a Friday morning hearing in New Haven Superior Court, Ross was granted accelerated rehabilitation. The program offers first-time offenders a path to a clean record […]

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NHPD to use upgraded rifles

Starting in February, New Haven police officers will carry in their cars guns larger and more accurate than the Glock 40 pistol on their hips.

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