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About the Charter Oak State College

Foundation
The Charter Oak State College Foundation is dedicated Hartford Police Department. Since becoming Chief
to supporting flexible and comprehensive degree of Police in 2006, Roberts has implemented a
completion opportunities through the work of Charter Truancy Reduction Program, a team effort with the
Oak State College. Toward that end, the Foundation Hartford School System and Hartford Community
is a vehicle for accepting private gifts, donations and Truancy Courts to reduce truancy and increase
and bequests to support Charter Oak’s students. The school attendance for at risk youth, collaborated with
Foundation Board of Trustees provides volunteer federal and state agencies to remove the most violent
leadership for development and fundraising programs
and stewardship of the Foundation’s assets in order
offenders from Hartford streets, created a Sex Offender
Registry Unit that is number one in the state in
Charter Oak State College
to assist deserving and needy students meet college tracking sex offenders and enforcement of sex offender
costs; award scholarships; and encourage initiatives registry requirements, and restored the Hartford Police
that enable the College to be a leader in higher Department Mounted Patrol Unit. Shea Lecture &
education. The Foundation is exempt from tax under
section 501©(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Under his leadership motto of Service, Relationships

Charter Oak State College is accredited by the New


and Safety, the department has continued
implementation of its Neighborhood Policing Plan,
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England Association of Schools and Colleges with over which he co-authored, and focuses on building positive
11,000 proud alumni. partnerships between the men and women of the
Hartford Police Department and the public they serve.
Charter Oak State College Foundation Chief Roberts continues to strive for excellence, Thursday, October 27, 2011
Innovation Award believing success is never final. Recently his plans
The Charter Oak State College Foundation wishes to included expansion of the Truancy Reduction Program,
recognize and celebrate innovative approaches in other enforcement of quality of life issues, the creation of a
fields. The Charter Oak State College Innovation Award Domestic Violence Response Unit, and the continued
is given to an individual, organization, or business recruitment of new police officers to ensure the
that offers new and creative techniques for serving department maintains the level of police services
the public. necessary for a safe, livable city.

We are excited to honor the recipient of the 2011 Chief Roberts is an honors graduate of Charter Oak
Innovation Award, Daryl K. Roberts, Chief of Police, State College with a Bachelor’s of Science in Sociology.

www.coscf.org
October 27, 2011 / 5:30 p.m. October 27, 2011 / 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
The Hartford Tower Auditorium, 22nd Floor The Hartford Tower Auditorium, 22nd Floor
1 Hartford Plaza, Hartford, Connecticut 1 Hartford Plaza, Hartford, Connecticut

Join Charter Oak State College and the Public Safety community for the Shea Lecture. The Charter Oak State College Foundation cordially invites you to join them
for a fundraising reception immediately following the Shea Lecture.
Eyewitness Testimony: Fact or Fiction?

Featuring: Dr. Jennifer Dysart; Associate Professor of Psychology; Patron Tickets*: $100.00 Donor Tickets: $75.00
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Enjoy passed hors d’ouevres and pasta station, beer, wine and coffee.

With Panelists
Proceeds will be used to fund much needed scholarships, including the
Sgt. George R. Dingwall Scholarship, established in memory of a Charter Oak
graduate who lost his life in the line of duty as a law enforcement officer in
Middletown, CT. The Foundation thanks its donors for supporting the many
adult students who otherwise, may not be able to complete their degrees and
Chief of Police Frank Limon Chief of Police Daryl Roberts Chief of Police Joseph Gaudett remain competitive and prepared for the 21st century workforce.
New Haven Hartford Bridgeport

Moderator: Branford Chief of Police, John DeCarlo, Ph.D.


*Patrons will be listed in the event program.
The Shea Lecture is free and open to the public. For more information on the Foundation, visit www.coscf.org.