COPS & COURTS
Qinxuan Pan murder trial further delayed again to April 5

Defense lawyers argue difficulties in Pan reviewing evidence.

Law School students and University play roles on both sides of $73 million settlement between Sandy Hook families and Remington Arms.

In a historic settlement reached last week, families of nine Sandy Hook victims won $73 million following an eight-year legal battle with gun manufacturer Remington Arms.

City provides update on police chief search and crime

City has not seen any homicides so far in 2022.

State legislators support scrapping prison-stay fees for formerly incarcerated individuals

In a press conference Thursday, state leaders and reentry advocates seek to get rid of costs for prison stays imposed on formerly incarcerated individuals.

YPD appeals to public for help in search for Anton Sovetov ART ’16

The graphic designer for the Yale Office of Public Affairs and Communications was last heard from on Feb. 4. YPD and NHPD are urging the public to share any information that may be helpful in locating him.

Aldermanic subcommittee delays decision on contract for controversial gunfire detection software

The finance committee decided to allow more time to discuss the gunfire detection system, as the new plan would raise costs.

Seven NHPD officers promoted to sergeant

Seven cops sworn in as sergeants for NHPD Tuesday afternoon

Connecticut task force proposes police reforms prior to 2022 Legislative Session

Task Force dedicated to police reform demands statewide changes

Connecticut jails and prisons unleash a new wave of constraints on life behind bars

Incarcerated people struggle with little to no time outside of cells and limited contact with their lawyers.

NHPD approved more progressive use of force policy while promoting head-punching officer

The promoted officer hit and pepper sprayed the unarmed man after being kicked while NHPD new use of force policy requires necessary cause.

New Haven’s acting police chief sued for staying on in role as search extends

Six days after Rev. Boise Kimber filed lawsuit against the city for keeping Renee Dominguez as acting chief indefinitely, city issues Request for Proposal to recruit police chief search consultant company.