Meera Shoaib
Staff Reporter
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YLS alum pushes for NHPD holding cell reform

A law school alumnus who joined fossil fuel divestment protesters on the field at the Yale-Harvard football game in November is pushing the New Haven […]

NHPD to distribute harm reduction kits

The New Haven Police Department rolled out a program last week, which distributes free clean needles and community health resources for individuals released from detention. […]

Yale’s campus sees sudden spike in crime

As students settle into the rhythm of college life after the winter holidays, a wave of crime has swept through Yale’s campus this new year. […]

Student sues Yale alleging unfair dismissal

A former member of the Yale College class of 2020 filed a lawsuit against Yale on Jan. 30, alleging that the University unfairly forced him […]

New Haven open Police Clergy Academy

Thursday marked the opening day of New Haven’s first Police Clergy Academy training program, a collaboration between local clergy members and the New Haven Police […]

Vandy burglary alarms first years

Following a string of break-ins in Vanderbilt Hall earlier this year, another burglary in the residence hall on Monday evening has unnerved first-year Branfordians. Jordy […]

Black Students for Disarmament holds letter writing event

Yale students held a letter-writing campaign on Tuesday evening petitioning a judge to exonerate two individuals who were shot by New Britain police in a […]

Community protests shooting of New Haven teen

Two hundred local activists braced the January cold on Tuesday as they stood outside of City Hall chanting “Justice for Mubi!” Last Wednesday, New Haven […]

Hamden swears in new police chief

After months of serving as the acting chief of the Hamden Police Department, John Cappiello was sworn in as Hamden’s tenth police chief on Monday. […]

Yale concludes Pollock review

At the end of a University administrative review, Yale police officer Terrance Pollock has been reassigned to a position that does not require a gun […]

HPD chief recommends firing Eaton

Acting Hamden police chief John Cappiello on Tuesday recommended the termination of the Hamden police officer who shot two unarmed New Haven residents in April.  […]