police | Department profile

This department isn't a town department, so some information, such as population by race, doesn't apply, and doesn't allow for scoring this department on the same zero-to-seven scale that town police departments are scored on.

New London officers pulled over minorities at a higher rate compared to officers statewide: 43 percent of drivers stopped by New London officers were minorities, compared with 31 percent statewide.

After dark, things change

Minorities made up 49 percent of daylight-hour stops and 39 percent of stops when it was dark out.

Men pulled over more than women

New London
68 percent of stopped drivers were men;
32 percent were women.
Statewide
63 percent of stopped drivers were men;
37 percent were women.

58% let off with a warning

On a 100% scale, this chart shows how many drivers were let go with written or verbal warnings or received an infraction, a misdemeanor summons or were arrested.

Median driver's age: 34 years old

The median age of drivers stopped by New London officers was 34 years old. Statewide it was 36 years old.

Most drivers stopped were not local

New London
  • 48 percent were residents of the town where they were pulled over;
  • 52 percent were non-residents.
Statewide
  • 28 percent were residents;
  • 72 percent were non-residents.

Speed is often a factor

Across the state, speeding was the most common reason for pulling drivers over. Cell phone violations, defective lights and tinted windows were other reasons listed in the data.

Searches are rare

This chart shows the percentage of all stops that involved officers searching vehicles driven by white and minority drivers.

When stops occurred, by hour, weekday and month

New London officer profiles

Select an officer from the table below to see how their stop patterns compare with the department and the state. Officer data is anonymized, with a department-provided ID instead of a name. The bars indicate the percentage the officer's total stops that involved minority drivers. Note that some officers reported very few stops, so this list is sorted by the total number of stops each officer reported.

OfficerMinority stops%Stops
PSC56008
44% 154
PSC56046
38% 80
PSC56032
52% 73
PSC56091
58% 69
PSC56050
44% 68
PSC56052
58% 66
PSC56051
36% 64
PSC56090
47% 59
PSC56086
33% 55
PSC56067
42% 50
PSC56030
43% 47
PSC56023
32% 44
PSC56081
41% 44
PSC56028
67% 43
PSC56036
36% 42
PSC56047
56% 41
PSC56110
18% 38
PSC56005
51% 37
PSC56017
44% 34
PSC56064
47% 32
PSC56049
29% 28
PSC56022
52% 23
PSC56062
41% 22
PSC56065
29% 21
PSC56107
50% 20
PSC56025
47% 19
PSC56042
26% 19
PSC56045
22% 18
PSC56020
53% 17
PSC56070
27% 15
PSC56072
33% 15
PSC56031
50% 14
PSC56082
38% 13
PSC56053
38% 13
PSC56043
45% 11
PSC56024
22% 9
PSC56105
11% 9
PSC56033
67% 9
PSC56075
29% 7
PSC56014
50% 6
PSC56087
50% 6
PSC56058
20% 5
PSC56039
80% 5
PSC56019
0% 5
PSC56007
75% 4
PSC56057
25% 4
PSC56083
33% 3
PSC56029
% 2
56067
0% 2
PSC56016
% 2
PSC56038
50% 2
PSC56056
50% 2
PSC56060
0% 2
PSC56111
0% 1
PSC56006
% 1
PAS56091
% 1
PSC56084
% 1
56052
0% 1
PSC56010
0% 1
PSC56003
0% 1
PSC56093
0% 1
PSC56061
% 1
PSC56073
0% 1