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Officer Knox Named To Statewide Panel

by Staff | Jul 23, 2013 8:39 am

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Thomas MacMillan Photo Officer Jillian Knox won’t be helping only victims of New Haven crimes anymore.

That’s because Gov. Dannel Malloy has appointed Officer Knox, head of the New Haven police department’s Victim Services Unit, to a new crime victim privacy panel.

The new task force will make recommendations on balancing the privacy of crime victims with the public’s right to obtain information about crimes.

Knox has been with the New Haven police since 2002. She’ll be one of 17 members of the panel, which includes law enforcement personnel, academics, freedom of information officials, and journalists. The group is required to submit a report of recommendations by Jan. 1, 2014.

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posted by: elmcityresident on July 23, 2013  12:26pm

Congrats Jillian keep up the good work lady, love seeing you in the paper

posted by: Seth P on July 23, 2013  12:27pm

Congratulations on your appointment Jillian!  Your dedication to the force has not gone unnoticed, and your perspective will be a great addition to protect the rights of victims’ families.

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