Sandy Hook shooter’s writings and belongings must be released to public, court rules – CBS News

10/23/18 – The Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. — Police must release disturbing writings and other belongings of the Newtown school shooter to the public because they are not exempt from the state’s open record laws, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. Continue reading Sandy Hook shooter’s writings and belongings must be released to public, court rules – CBS News

Hearing Officer: Derby Violated FOI Act – Valley Independent Sentinel

09/26/18 – By Eugene Driscoll A hearing officer with the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission determined the Derby Police Department and the City of Derby violated state open government laws by refusing to release an internal affairs report because the Continue reading Hearing Officer: Derby Violated FOI Act – Valley Independent Sentinel

FOIC orders Cheshire to release redacted internal affairs report – Record-Journal

09/26/18 – By Jesse Buchanan HARTFORD — The Freedom of Information Commission unanimously adopted a hearing officer’s recommendation that the town release a police internal affairs report. (Read More)

Police, Court Officials Won’t Identify Middletown Murder Victim, But Sources And Documents Say She’s A Hartford Teacher – Hartford Courant

Police and court officials have said they cannot release the name of the Middletown woman killed Sept. 8 because of a state statute that requires them to protect the names of victims of other crimes. (Read More)

Psst! Did Ed Board Flunk FOI Class? – New Haven Independent

09/24/18 -By Christopher Peak The Board of Education may have violated the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act —  right in the middle of a workshop on how to follow that law. (Read More)