Welcome to the Connecticut State Police Union Website!


The Connecticut State Police Union's mission is to uphold the honor of the State Police profession and vigilantly protect, promote, advance and improve working conditions, legal rights, compensation and benefits of our Troopers.  We also aim to generate public and political interest of vital importance to a Trooper’s duties in our State.

The Connecticut State Police Union continues to be committed to improving the working conditions of our 1,040 members (Troopers, Sergeants, and Master Sergeants).







Appropriations Committee Public Hearing on the 2015-2018 NP-1 Contract - 


On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, Fae Brown-Brewton, the State’s chief negotiator, and Union President Andy Matthews testified before the Appropriations Committee on the 2015-2018 contract.  To access the testimony, click on the following link:  http://www.ctn.state.ct.us/ctnplayer.asp?odID=11447.  Union President Andy Matthews’ testimony starts at approximately 1:17:00 of the video.



Public Safety Committee Forum on Police & Community Relations - 


On Thursday, April 2, 2015, Union President Andy Matthews was selected to participate in a police and community relations forum before the General Assembly's Public Safety Committee. The forum focused on issues related to race and racial profiling. The panel also included U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly, leaders from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, an A.C.L.U. official, and New Haven Police Chief, Dean Esserman. Click on the following link to access the Racial Profiling Report/Public Hearing:  http://www.ctn.state.ct.us/ctnplayer.asp?odID=11378.



2015 Union Scholarships - 


Just a reminder – All 2015 Union Scholarships must be completed and received before Friday, May 15, 2015. To make the application process easier, we added the scholarship application to this website.   To access the scholarship application, click on “Member Resources,” then “Forms and Documents,” and lastly click on “2015 Scholarship Application.”  Members are welcome to email, mail, or fax their applications to the Union office.






State Troopers from across the country attended the Funeral for Wisconsin State Trooper Trevor J. Casper. 

From the left are: Troopers from Pennsylvania, Oregon, Texas, Connecticut, S/Sgt. Eric C. Meybaum (H-Field Command) and Washington. 



On March 30, 2015, 27 different State Police agencies paid their respect to our fallen Brother, Wisconsin Trooper, Trevor Casper.