Connecticut State Police Union Back State Representative Robin Green with Endorsement
MARLBOROUGH - As a result of her support for public safety and the issues their union has faced in the past, State Representative Robin Green has received the endorsement of the Connecticut State Police Union, marking the third endorsement she has received from a law enforcement organization.
“I am so proud to have been endorsed by the Connecticut State Police Union, which represents every one of our Connecticut state troopers. I truly appreciate their faith in me and the confidence they have shown in my previous work in the legislature with this endorsement,” Green said.
In his letter, John Castiline, Connecticut State Police Union President said "Your commitment to public safety and Trooper safety is truly appreciated by the entire Union membership. We trust that we will continue to work together on matters of mutual concern throughout the 2021 legislative session. Together, we can make the State of Connecticut a safer place for all who live in, visit or travel through our great State."
According to CSP, they are the largest law enforcement agency in the State of Connecticut and the oldest State Police agency in the country. They currently have more than 1,000 troopers from 11 barracks who patrol over 7,000 miles of roadway. Troopers serve as the primary law enforcement agency for 79 towns in Connecticut, totaling over 2,600 square miles.