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Public Service Announcement
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Top left to right - Members of the public, police officers and reporters listen on as IMRP project staff discuss racial disparities in traffic enforcement. Ken Barone, IMRP Project Manager, discusses the findings of the Ansonia Police Department. Racial Profiling Advisory Board Chairman Bill Dyson responds to the findings of the report.
Bottom left to right - Police administrators listen to a presentation of findings regarding racial disparities in local police departments. James Fazzalaro, IMRP Project Manager, discusses conclusions from the report findings. Andrew Clark, IMRP Director, asks a question about the report methodology.
The Supplemental Report was released on October 18, 2018. The report includes an in-depth follow-up analysis of the 8 municipal police departments identified in the November 2017 report. A main goal for the follow-up analysis was to better understand whether statistical disparities identified in the department level analysis could be driven by specific department-wide practices or by individual officers. Ultimately the approach included in this report is a mix of previously utilized and newly developed statistical and descriptive analyses, coupled with an on-going dialogue with each department. Below are links to the press coverage:
If you feel that you are the victim of racial profiling, please click here for more information.
Starting on October 1, 2013 all motorists will receive a notice from law enforcement during a traffic stop informing them of their right to file a complaint. The notice is below.
If you were stopped by law enforcement after October 1, 2013, please take our survey to inform the project staff if you received a notice of motorist rights.
For more information contact:
Policy & Research Specialist
Institute for Municipal & Regional Policy, Central Connecticut State University
Tel: 860.832.1872 or Email: email@example.com
Please visit the Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division: www.ct.gov/opm/cjppd/racialprofiling