Connecticut State Police Union

The Connecticut State Police Union’s mission is to uphold the honor of the State Police profession and vigilantly protect, promote, advance, improve working conditions, legal rights, compensation, and benefits of our Troopers.
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Committed to upholding the values and tradition of the Connecticut State Police.

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President's Message

“On July 1, 2022 I began my four-year term as President of the Connecticut State Police Union. It is an honor to serve as the 11th President of our Union. I look forward to serving our membership and continue our Union's storied tradition of working hard to increase, preserve, and defend the rights and benefits of our Troopers. Now more than ever we must look after one another and stand united.”
Todd Fedigan
Connecticut State Police Union President
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We will Never Forget their Sacrifice
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Never Forget
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About Us

Prior to 1970, there was no Union for State Police Officers. Working conditions and benefits were dictated. We had little input in how Troopers’ jobs and compensation were determined. This meant low pay, no overtime for long hours of work, frequent changes to our shift schedules, poor medical coverage, and an unfair disciplinary process. Basically, Troopers had no rights at all.
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Connecticut State Police History

In the early 1900’s, State Police forces were established to enforce the laws governing prohibition, vice, and labor disputes. Often local constables or sheriff’s either could not, or would not, enforce these laws fairly.
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Their sacrifice will always be remembered.
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Scholarship Opportunities

The Connecticut State Police Union is currently accepting applications for scholarships.
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Latest News
Article: "Connecticut trooper acquitted in shooting death of Black college student following chase"
March 21, 2024
A white Connecticut state trooper was acquitted of all charges Friday in the death of Mubarak Soulemane, a Black 19-year-old community college student who was shot as he sat behind the wheel of a stopped stolen car holding a kitchen knife and apparently in the throes of a mental health crisis.
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