State of Connecticut Report on Police Use of Force

This is the first report of use-of-force incidents reported by state and municipal police departments in accordance with Public Act 19-90. The data reviewed in this report cover a two-year period, 2019 and 2020.

 

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Donations funds will be utilized to establish our scholarship program at UConn for students who have had a close family member incarcerated.

About Us

 

The IMRP aspires to be a respected and visible presence throughout the State of Connecticut, known for its ability to promote, develop and implement just, effective public policy. The IMRP adheres to non-partisan, evidence-based practices and conducts and disseminates its scientific research in accordance with strict, ethical standards. The IMRP is responsive to social and community concerns by initiating projects addressing specific needs and interests of the general public and policymakers, as well as sponsoring conferences, forums, and professional trainings.

 

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Congressional Testimony

IMRP's Ken Barone's congressional testimony to the Committee on Transportation.

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Andrew Clark

IMRP’s Andrew Clark testifies at the CGA

Appropriations Committee Meeting with Transportation, Judicial, and Correction Agency Presentations on the Governor's Proposed FY 2022-2023 Budget.

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Aileen Keays being interviewed by BBC

Children with Incarcerated Parents

Aileen Keays on BBC News – discussing the impact of parental incarceration.

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Sentencing commission meeting

Sentencing Commission

Alex Tsarkov speaks to the Sentencing Commission’s recently enacted proposals by the Connecticut General Assembly in the 2021 legislative session

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Recent Events

Public Dialogue Series: Racial Profiling

Racial Profiling Conversations will center around primary/secondary stops with regards to racial profiling, police interactions with the disability community and the role of social workers, and diversity in policing. There will be a panel discussion with many opportunities for Q & A with audience members. When: Monday, April 25th, 2022 at 1 PM Location: Virtually […]

Public Dialogue Series: Diversity in Policing

Diversity in Policing Conversations will center around primary/secondary stops with regards to racial profiling, police interactions with the disability community and the role of social workers, and diversity in policing. There will be a panel discussion with many opportunities for Q & A with audience members. When: Monday, May 2, 2022 at 1 PM Location: […]

Donations can be sent to the CIP Initiative. The funds will be utilized to establish our scholarship program at UConn for students who have had a close family member incarcerated.