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Clinton police command structure to undergo scrutiny March 28, 2014 
New London rehires another police officer who was fired  March 28, 2014 
Ansonia Police: Crossing Guards, Records Clerk Still On Chopping Block March 13, 2014 
Wethersfield OKs Agreement On Benefits For Retired Officers  January 7, 2014 
Union: State Police Leader Ordered Recording Destroyed November 12, 2013 
Woodbury, police officers agree to contract  August 13, 2013 
Arbitration Panel Sides With East Hartford Police Union August 9, 2013 
No raises in first year of new police contract August 9, 2013 
Health-care change offsets higher pay in new police contract August 2, 2013 
RTM Approves Four-Year Police Contract July 31, 2013 
As New London police ranks shrink, safety concerns grow July 28, 2013 
Grievances filed by Torrington police union are headed to arbitration July 10, 2013 
Police chief says SROs will be in schools by February of 2014 May 24, 2013 
Police chief warns of drastic cuts if New London budget goes forward May 14, 2013 
Windsor Locks Police Union Fights Back Against "Anti-Police" Attacks May 14, 2013 
Courtney makes another push for fire police death benefits May 6, 2013 
Newtown Officers Want Long-Term PTSD Coverage May 3, 2013 
Police look to expand Conn. workers' comp law April 20, 2013 
Hartford Mayor Releases $543M Budget; Seeks $3 Million In Union Concessions April 15, 2013 
Police get 2% annual increases; rookies will start for less April 15, 2013 
Chief: 20 Layoffs Possible Under 2014 Police Budget April 10, 2013 
Winsted police operating at minimum staff levels April 6, 2013 
Winchester Police staffing issues cause overtime budget increase April 1, 2013 
Will police and fire be on the chopping block? March 30, 2013 
Fairfield, Police Union Agree On New Contract March 20, 2013 
City looks to arrest police OT March 16, 2013 
New police union pact would maintain standard pensions March 13, 2013 
New Haven aldermen approve police union contract with city March 7, 2013 
Windsor Locks Police Contract Approved March 6, 2013 
Letter: Police Union Pres Explains Impact of Budget Cuts March 5, 2013 
Police Contract OK’d March 5, 2013 
Weston police officers, dispatchers, change unions February 28, 2013 
After 3 Years of Negotiations, East Windsor Selectmen Approve Police Contract February 21, 2013 
New Haven police union approves contract February 6, 2013 
New Haven police contract alarms fire union February 5, 2013 
Police local joins new union January 30, 2013 
Plainfield, police union agree to 3-year contract January 29, 2013 
New Haven, police union have tentative contract January 24, 2013 
Meriden police union files grievance over Cossette's overtime pay January 18, 2013 
Montville reaches tentative pact with police union January 15, 2013 
New Haven police union officials to file complaint over night shift assignments January 14, 2013 
Town, Union Discuss Leave for Newtown Officers January 14, 2013 
Union raps cuts in State Police at Conn. casinos January 9, 2013 
Wethersfield OKs New Police Contract December 4, 2012 
Fairfield cop union fuming over lack of a contract November 27, 2012 
Union Holds Back On Hold-Downs November 23, 2012 
Police union contract will be arbitrated November 6, 2012 
Police, town might be near agreement October 24, 2012 
New London police union says crime on the rise; administration disagrees October 23, 2012 
Conn. trooper union hopeful for contract deal September 26, 2012 
Troopers Headed To Arbitration September 26, 2012 
Conn.: Talks with state police union at impasse September 25, 2012 
Hartford sets staff cuts, furloughs to make budget September 21, 2012 
Hartford Mayor Lays Off 14 September 20, 2012 
Police Department Establishes Informal Labor Management Committee September 10, 2012 
Torrington police, city agree to contract September 1, 2012 
Hartford Mayor Says City Will Lay Off 12, Mostly In Middle Management August 31, 2012 
New Torrington police contract includes raises, but saves on health care August 31, 2012 
New Milford cops, town avoid arbitration August 28, 2012 
City, New London police union sign agreement to avert layoffs August 25, 2012 
Some concerned layoffs will compromise safety July 17, 2012 
New London council meets to decide on firefighter contract, layoffs July 16, 2012 
Mayor: Police, city accord avoids layoffs  June 20, 2012 
Finizio to give update on police and firefighter layoffs June 13, 2012 
Mayor Finizio, firefighters make a deal June 13, 2012 
New London Firefighters Fight Layoffs  June 4, 2012 
Mayor says he still hopes to avoid public safety layoffs  May 18, 2012 
Police union responds to pay raises  May 1, 2012 
Hartford Council Considers Ways To Close $56M Projected Deficit March 28, 2012 
Bill to eliminate minimum state trooper staffing approved in committee March 14, 2012 
Six Lawmakers Flip Votes on Trooper Mandate Bill March 13, 2012 
Lawmakers ponder size of state police force February 28, 2012 
Trooper Staffing January 17, 2012 
New London police union questions city cooperation as officers try to leave the department  January 7, 2012 
Cap on Public Employee Sick Pay Leaves South Brunswick with no Accumulated Liability  December 13, 2011 
Budget Woes Prompts New London to Cut Police Hours  December 11, 2011 
Malloy explores shifting some state police work to civilian status  October 15, 2011 
State rescinds layoffs of 56 troopers October 6, 2011 
Layoff notices rescinded for all 56 state troopers October 3, 2011 
State Cops from Middletown, East Haddam, Meriden Keep Their Jobs October 3, 2011 
Police union, town file grievances over negotiation dispute September 28, 2011 
Police Union And Town In Contract Dispute September 27, 2011 
Police Union: Cruisers Not as Safe as Should Be September 22, 2011 
Court fight centers on law setting state police staffing level September 12, 2011 
Conn. state agencies to review overtime costs September 9, 2011 
Police Union Files Legal Brief In Case Against State September 9, 2011 
State Police Hearing Thursday To Reverse 56 Layoffs By Gov. Dannel Malloy; Police Say State Needs 1,248 Troopers September 9, 2011 
City to hire 22 more cops September 7, 2011 
Once-secure union jobs are on the chopping block September 5, 2011 
Approve The Agreement August 15, 2011 
In Everyone's Best Interest: Workers Should Approve Concessions For Good Of All July 31, 2011 
Why Connecticut Workers Said ‘No Concessions’  July 25, 2011 
Connecticut State Workers Brace for Layoffs, as Democrats Tighten Screws on Public-Sector Unions July 7, 2011 
Union leaders ask Malloy to reopen concessions talks July 5, 2011 
Unions Have Too Tight A Grasp On Public Purse July 3, 2011 
Malloy: With union deal dead, legislature may have to force change June 28, 2011 
This is the Connecticut we ourselves have made June 24, 2011 
Conn. gov issues layoff notices amid labor talks  May 10, 2011 
On the Democratic Watch... May 10, 2011 
Powell: State employee unions help most by refusing April 18, 2011 
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