Conn. police, dispatch feuding for past year

Police say dispatchers fail to provide information that could "jeopardize officer safety"


By Amanda Pinto
New Haven Register

MADISON, Conn. — The distance between the dispatch center and the areas where town police supervisors work can't be more than a few dozen feet.

Until recently, those familiar with police and dispatch said, it seemed more like a chasm.

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