Fourth homicide for New Haven

A shooting roughly a mile southwest of Old Campus left the city's fourth homicide victim dead on Monday night.

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YPD messages scrutinized

Though 69 Clery-reportable crimes took place on campus in 2012, only 28 warning messages were sent to the Yale community that year.

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Police say Union Station crime not a trend

Although robberies near Union Station have raised concern among Yale students, police said these incidents do not indicate a trend.

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Yale spearheads security overhaul

Symmetry centralizes the functions of building security, including access control, id management and alarm management.

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NHPD raid uncovers guns, drugs

Months of undercover work culminated in a full-scale police raid of four New Haven homes on Thursday.

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See’s life celebrated

A service in Battell Chapel Saturday memorialized the life of English professor Samuel See, as a scholar, a teacher and a deeply understanding and devoted friend.

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Harp gets NHPD security detail

Among the changes coming to City Hall following Mayor Toni Harp’s inauguration will be increased security for the Elm City’s new leader.

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Sandy Hook shooter treated at Yale

A team of Yale researchers was among the first to diagnose the mental illnesses that plagued Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza.

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City sees first homicide of 2014

Early Monday afternoon, New Haven Police Department officers responded to reports of a gunshot victim in a local parking lot and discovered the city's first homicide victim of the year.

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NHPD nabs Hillhouse shooter

Collaborative efforts between the New Haven Police Department, various city offices and the local community helped lead to the swift arrest of the student suspected of shooting a 14 year-old at Hillhouse High School last week.

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Fraud trial comes to New Haven

A securities fraud trial with implications on the national white-collar crime scene is set to take place in New Haven.

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