December 1, 2021
BRIDGEPORT – Before last year’s nationwide protests for police reform prompted elected officials to scramble to review and improve law enforcement in Connecticut’s largest city and statewide, the force of Bridgeport was trying to improve policies and procedures.
The formal term for this work is “accreditation” and Bridgeport is poised to become one of the few urban centers in Connecticut to achieve it.
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