HARTFORD — The police chief in Hartford is retiring after 5½ years, saying the department has created more rigorous standards for police, formed a children’s program and been awarded nearly $1.1 million in grants.
Glenn Cutting is stepping down at the end of the month. Before coming to Hartford, he was with the Vermont State Police for 28 years.
The Valley News reports the department underwent retraining on domestic violence issues following the handling of one case, in which the town paid $32,500 to settle allegations of police brutality.
Police also set up the Hartford Area Youth Safety Fair, which includes anti-drug education and a bike rodeo.
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