crime

Election 2014
6:51 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

Malloy administration pushes back on GOP criticism of its prisoner release program

Connecticut Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy’s administration is pushing back on Republican criticism that its prisoner early release program is making the state unsafe. GOP candidates campaigning for governor had accused Democratic incumbent Malloy of letting violent felons out to "roam our streets" under the Risk Reduction Earned Credits program for inmates. Malloy’s criminal justice advisor Mike Lawlor said this is not the case.

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Gun violence
5:31 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

Stamford nightclub owner voluntarily suspends liquor license after Sunday's shooting spree

Stamford Mayor David Martin speaks to Tino's co-owner Alice Li before Tuesday's announcement in front of the former Tino's on West Park Place in Stamford, Conn.
Kaomi Goetz

Officials in Stamford, Connecticut are calling a downtown shooting that left five injured this past weekend ‘random,’ but pledge more police protection in the future. 

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Crime lab lost accreditation in 2011
6:11 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

State officials: Troubled Conn crime lab sees dramatic turnaround

Governor Dannel Malloy announced what he called a dramatic turnaround at the Connecticut state police crime lab on Wednesday. He says a national accreditation board has found compliance at the Meriden lab in every category and no negative findings.

Neighborhoods
3:32 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

Former Yerwood Center employee seeking injunction against closing programs

Attorneys for a former teacher at Stamford’s Yerwood Center and the center itself appeared in Stamford Superior Court Monday. Bonnie Campbell of Stamford charges the center is seeking to illegally shut down federally-funded programs. 

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Conn. crime down to 1968 level
6:14 pm
Fri March 21, 2014

Malloy administration says crime is down in Connecticut

Overall crime rates in Connecticut are down to a level last seen in 1968. Governor Dannel Malloy’s criminal justice advisor announced this to state lawmakers in Hartford on Friday.

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