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Darien News-Review
Darien has higher rate of traffic stops involving minoritiesof questions about some of the methodology that’s been used.” In a written doc
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
of questions about some of the methodology that’s been used.” In a written document dated Sept. 7 to the president of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, Stephen M. Cox, a professor in the criminology and criminal justice department at... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
CCSU report examines racial bias in police traffic stopstowns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written documen
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 11 days ago
towns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written document dated Sept. 7, to the president of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, Stephen M. Cox, a professor in the criminology and criminal justice department at... Read more
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Connecticut Post
CCSU report examines racial bias in police traffic stopstowns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written documen
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
towns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written document dated Sept. 7, to the president of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, Stephen M. Cox, a professor in the criminology and criminal justice department at... Read more
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Darien News-Review
CCSU report examines racial bias in police traffic stopstowns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written documen
Darien News-Review / Posted 11 days ago
towns and cities. Others took issue with the study, too. In a written document dated Sept. 7, to the president of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, Stephen M. Cox, a professor in the criminology and criminal justice department at... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
State police chiefs push back after departments accused of racial disparitiesHARTFORD — The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association is pushing back with its o
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
HARTFORD — The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association is pushing back with its own academic research against the third annual report to the Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Advisory Board. The annual report, which is mandated by the Alvin W.... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Report: Norwich police among departments stopping minorities at high ratesthan their communities' populations for a variety of reasons. Watertown Police
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
than their communities' populations for a variety of reasons. Watertown Police Chief John Gavallas, president of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, wrote in a letter to fellow chiefs Thursday that future reports by the institute... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Taking the fear out of traffic stopsincident didn’t have to happen, and knew something had to be done to de-escalat
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 30 days ago
incident didn’t have to happen, and knew something had to be done to de-escalate these situations. He then approached the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, which quickly signed on. “Why we got involved is in the name itself — breaking the... Read more
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The News-Times
Taking the fear out of traffic stopsincident didn’t have to happen, and knew something had to be done to de-escalat
The News-Times / Posted 30 days ago
incident didn’t have to happen, and knew something had to be done to de-escalate these situations. He then approached the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association, which quickly signed on. “Why we got involved is in the name itself — breaking the... Read more

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