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WWLP Springfield
Smaller cities across U.S. opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn’t use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across U.S. opening high-tech crime centers
WWLP Springfield / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn’t use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Hartford Police Chief James Rovella said city officials are well aware of privacy concerns. “We have to respect people’s civil rights at all... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Murder Down, Robberies Down, And Hartford Police Want To Share The NewsThe police department is opening its doors and its books, offering residents a
Murder Down, Robberies Down, And Hartford Police Want To Share The News
Hartford Courant / Posted yesterday
The police department is opening its doors and its books, offering residents a chance to dive into crime statistics. Chief James Rovella officially made public the force's weekly Compstat meetings Tuesday, allowing a rare look into the procedures... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Smaller cities, including Wilmington, opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities, including Wilmington, opening high-tech crime centers
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersmistakes.The Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted yesterday
mistakes.The Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future.Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights.On a recent day, a crime analyst at the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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Island Packet
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centersHartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could co
Smaller cities across US opening high-tech crime centers
The Record Searchlight / Posted yesterday
Hartford center doesn't use facial recognition, but officials say that could come in the future. Police Chief James Rovella said city authorities are dedicated to respecting people's civil rights. On a recent day, a crime analyst at... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Hartford Police Tag City Council Member's Facebook Post With Dislikewith leaders of the police department. "I think she's very under-informed abou
Hartford Police Tag City Council Member's Facebook Post With Dislike
Hartford Courant / Posted 13 days ago
with leaders of the police department. "I think she's very under-informed about what we do in the community," Police Chief James Rovella said in his office Thursday, looking weary. "The comment was somewhat unsettling, and has a negative impact to... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Hartford councilor criticizes police on Facebook, officers respond on social mediawaged war on social media after the councilwoman said officers helping people w
Hartford councilor criticizes police on Facebook, officers respond on social media
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 13 days ago
waged war on social media after the councilwoman said officers helping people was a “rare sight.” Hartford Police Chief James Rovella fired back and officers took to Twitter with the #HPDOfficersHelping. The fallout in the capital city comes... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Hartford Protesters Decry Cuts To Schools, Layoff Of Animal Control Officerbills if the adopted animals are sick or have injuries. "These are the unsung
Hartford Protesters Decry Cuts To Schools, Layoff Of Animal Control Officer
Hartford Courant / Posted 15 days ago
bills if the adopted animals are sick or have injuries. "These are the unsung heroes of Hartford police," police Chief James Rovella said of the department's layoffs last week. "This is never an easy decision to make, and I wish them and their... Read more

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