Talat Aman
Staff Reporter
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Beaver Hills sees slight uptick in crime

Beaver Hills, like most neighborhoods in New Haven, has experienced a decrease in overall crime over the past decade. However, it has experienced a slight […]

Spate of criminal mischief splatters the Elm City

With Halloween just around the corner, a new, colorful form of criminal mischief has arrived in the Elm City: paintball shootings. At least seven Yale […]

Administration delays meeting with BSDY over terms on including community organizers

A meeting to discuss the fate of the Yale Police Department has been put on hold for nearly a month as University administrators and members […]

YUPP hosts discussion on viewing abolition through a feminist, queer and trans lens

On Tuesday afternoon, the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project hosted a talk on viewing prison and police abolition through feminist and queer and trans frameworks. Around […]

NHPD increases police presence at traffic checkpoints

According to New Haven Police Department Lieutenant Stephan Torquati, a typical scene at a busy New Haven intersection often involves distracted people. A driver dialing […]

Baby abandoned in dumpster rushed to hospital with severe burns, perpetrator faces charges

On Monday, Perry Dennis — a maintenance worker and resident of the Presidential Gardens apartment complex — found an infant in a dumpster outside of […]

After COVID delays, Church Street South settlement preliminarily approved

After over three years of court proceedings and added delays, the most recent of which was brought upon by the pandemic, plaintiffs of New Haven’s […]

Mayor Elicker nominates UNH professor to the Board of Police

On Sept. 24, Mayor Justin Elicker announced his nomination of University of New Haven professor Michael Lawlor to serve on the Board of Police Commissioners. […]

Sentenced to probation: Young New Haven woman wins legal battle but feels the criminal justice system has failed her

After a 16-month battle with the legal system, a 19-year-old New Haven resident — described by her friends and family as a devoted student and “beautiful […]

Despite FBI data showing a slight increase in violent crime in New Haven from 2018-2019, overall crime rates are decreasing

Last Monday, data released from the Federal Bureau of Investigation showed that while the Elm City has seen an uptick in some types of violence […]

Black Students for Disarmament at Yale host virtual teach-in, to meet with admin

On Thursday afternoon, nearly 150 students, faculty members and New Haven community members attended a virtual teach-in to learn about Black Students for Disarmament at […]