Category: Law & Order

Fasano, Senate Republicans Applaud Senate Passage of Excessive Force Bill

Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano (R-North Haven), Senate Minority Leader Pro Tempore Kevin Witkos (R-Canton), and Senator John A. Kissel (R-Enfield), Ranking Member of the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee, applauded the Senate’s bipartisan passage of legislation that aims to increase police training and provides incentives to municipalities to equip police officers with body cameras while on duty and interacting with the public.

Virginia Tech Survivor Spreads the Word About the Importance of Active-Shooter Response

Kristina Anderson recounted her story, “Lessons Learned: Surviving the Virginia Tech Tragedy,” for members of the Quinnipiac University community as well as officials with the Connecticut chapter of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.

North Haven Housing Authority Chairman in Court

[box]By Noelle Gardner – News 8 Reporter[/box] NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – A North Haven housing official that was arrested on sexual assault charges Tuesday, faced a judge Wednesday afternoon for arraignment. Ralph Cook, the housing

UPDATE: North Haven Housing Authority Chairman, Ralph Cook, Arrested On Sexual Assault Charges

[box]By NEWS 8’s Stephanie Simoni[/box] The head of North Haven’s Housing Authority has been arrested on sexual assault charges. Ralph Cook, the housing authority’s chairman and a Rotary Club volunteer, is still behind bars at

North Haven Housing Authority Chairman Arrested

[box]By Stephanie Simoni – WTNH[/box] The head of North Haven’s Housing Authority has been arrested on sexual assault charges. Police tell News 8 that Housing Authority Chairman Ralph W. Cook IV, 49, of North Haven,

North Haven Police Officer Hit by Vehicle as Suspects Flee

**UPDATE: The suspects have been apprehended. North Haven Police Officers responded to the Ulta Store at 370 Universal Drive North at 8:00 p.m. on Monday June 9th, 2014 after employees reported a theft in progress. Employees of

National Work Zone Awareness Week: State Rep. Dave Yaccarino Attends UPFFA Fire Ops 101

[box]State Rep. Dave Yaccarino and President of North Haven’s Fire Department, Local 2987, Brian DeSimone at UPFFA Fire Ops 101 Training in Hartford.[/box] The Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut (UPFFA of CT) held

Quinnipiac University to host symposium, ‘Gun Laws, Public Health and the Prevalence of Gun Violence,’ March 1

A diverse group of mental health professionals, medical providers, legal experts and activists will come together for the symposium, “Gun Laws, Public Health, and the Prevalence of Gun Violence: A Critical Look at an Important

Quinnipiac University Sponsors ‘Ticket for a Toy’ Drive to Benefit Hamden Children

[box]Patricia Polvani (left), a secretary in the Department of Public Safety at Quinnipiac University, and Shanon Grasso, a public safety officer, have helped organize a ‘Ticket for a Toy’ drive to benefit Hamden children. Those who

Fernando Bermudez

Man Exonerated from Murder Charge to Kick Off ‘Dilemmas of Justice’ Lecture Series

Fernando Bermudez, who was released from a New York prison in 2009 after serving 18 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, will present “The Price of Being Wrong” which will kick

Police raid a North Haven Spa suspected of being a front for prostitution.

Prostitution Investigation and Police Raid in North Haven

[box]from WTNH[/box] Spas in North Haven and East Haven were raided by authorities Thursday, as part of an investigation into allegations of prostitution.

North Haven Middle School & High School Lockdown Lifted

**UPDATE: The lockdown has been lifted. As a precaution, outside activities at ALL North Haven Schools has been canceled for the remainder of the day. North Haven Middle School and High School were in lockdown