Troy Anderson

Police Sergeant

Sergeant with Connecticut State Police. Developed a peer support network for first responders, after the Newtown school shooting.

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For one group of people, the attack in Orlando won’t fade away easily: First responders.

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For one group of people, the attack in Orlando won’t fade away easily: First responders.

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