Residents file more than 100 FOI requests against Weston town govt., school board – Connecticut Post

09/03/2023 By Kayla Mutchler WESTON — At what point do requests for public information become harassment? That’s a question the state Freedom of Information Commission may have to decide between the school system and a local couple that have filed Continue reading Residents file more than 100 FOI requests against Weston town govt., school board – Connecticut Post

Charges dismissed against firefighter over accident scene photos – Connecticut Inside Investigator

By Marc E. Fitch 04/05/2023 A public information officer for the Chesterfield Fire Company in Montville who was arrested after posting photographs of a vehicle accident scene in 2021 had his charges dismissed by Superior Court Judge Arthur C. Hadden. Continue reading Charges dismissed against firefighter over accident scene photos – Connecticut Inside Investigator

Hearst CT investigation: Troopers accused of wrongdoing — including crimes — almost 900 times in 6 years, records show – Connecticut Post

By Bill Cummings06/08/2022 In recent years, records detailing alleged misconduct by officers of the Connecticut State Police – the state’s largest law enforcement agency – were largely shielded from public view. But reforms allowing for greater transparency reveal hundreds of Continue reading Hearst CT investigation: Troopers accused of wrongdoing — including crimes — almost 900 times in 6 years, records show – Connecticut Post

Stop letting union contracts override Connecticut’s right-to-know law – Journal Inquirer

By Chris Powell Jun 8, 2022 Government cannot use union contracts with its employees to nullify its basic obligations to the public, a federal appeals court ruled last week in a case about the Connecticut state police union contract. (Read Continue reading Stop letting union contracts override Connecticut’s right-to-know law – Journal Inquirer