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NHPD and mayor celebrate ratification of new union contract

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — New Haven Police and the mayor are celebrating the ratification of their first union contract in more than three years.

The new deal will include pay raises, caps on the number of officers who retire in a given year, and sets a minimum age on pension collections for future hires.

The contract still needs to be approved by the New Haven Board of Alders.

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