State asks police to limit talking about Newtown school shootings

The governor's office has asked state police to be more selective about where they discuss the Newtown school shooting. The governor's chief of staff recently

HARTFORD - The governor's office has asked state police to be more selective about where they discuss the Newtown school shooting.

The governor's chief of staff recently asked investigators to take a more deliberate approach when deciding whether to attend law enforcement conferences.

Earlier this year, the governor and lawmakers expressed concerns after they learned a state police commander discussed the shootings at a New Orleans seminar.

A full report on the investigation is expected this fall.

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