Assists the advisory board in shaping the system for collection and analysis of traffic stop records on an annual basis. Some of its activities include determining what information should be collected, how the information is reported to the state, and the best methods for analyzing that information.
Public Awareness Work Group: assists the advisory board in aspects of the project that relate to informing the public of the law and results from the annual analysis. The work group helps to coordinate public awareness and outreach efforts and works to ensure that all data and analysis are accessible to the public.
Assists the advisory board in aspects of the project that relate to training police agencies in the collections of traffic stop data. The work group also works to identify and implement quality bias-based policing programs for police officers.
The Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project advisory board and the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy at Central Connecticut State University have published several annual and supplemental reports.Read the Reports