Earning Trust: Addressing Police Misconduct Complaints in Connecticut (2017)
Despite state law to reform the process, police agencies in Connecticut routinely make it difficult for members of the public to file complaints of police misconduct, according to our 2017 report.
Our report finds that the Department of Veterans Affairs grants disability claims for military sexual trauma-related PTSD at significantly lower rates than other PTSD claims.
From surveillance cameras and wiretapping to drug testing and GPS tracking, this guide explains privacy rights in Connecticut and identifies the gaps and gray areas where those rights are endangered.
Police departments in Connecticut routinely impose barriers to accepting complaints from civilians, disregarding best practices that are widely accepted by law enforcement experts.
A study finds police arrests of students at Hartford-area schools rising, a trend that disproportionately impacts children of color.
A case study of public schools in New Haven, Connecticut.