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Kyle D. Macci 
East Hartford, Connecticut
phone 860-290-8690
800-923-0557 (Toll-Free)
fax 860-290-8697
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  • Police - Use of Force Attorney - 2009-Present
  • Police Officer - 1995-Present


  • Patrol Officer
  • COPS- Proactive Crime Suppression Unit
  • Fatal Accident Reconstruction Team
  • Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)
    1. Entry Team Member
    2. Police Sniper


  • Police Interview and Interrogation (NOVEMBER 1996)
  • Criminal Intelligence Gathering and Analysis (JANUARY 1997)
  • Narcotics Interdiction School LEVEL 1 (MARCH 1997)
  • Narcotics Interdiction School LEVEL 2 (APRIL 1998)
  • Criminal Patrol Drug Enforcement (OCTOBER 1998)
  • Advanced "DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED" Investigations School (FEBRUARY 1999)
  • "AT SCENE" Advanced Level 1 Crash Investigation (MARCH 1999)
  • Advanced level 2 Crash Investigation (MAY 1999)
  • Law Enforcement Crime Scene Photography Certification (MARCH 2000)
  • Traffic Accident Reconstruction School (MAY 2000)
  • Macro Crime Scene Photography School (NOVEMBER 2000)
  • Analysis of Linear Momentum Using Vector Sum Analysis "WTNCRASH" SOFTWARE (APRIL 2001)
  • Advanced Motorcycle Crash Investigation School (MAY 2001)
  • Commercial motor Vehicle Accident Investigation School (MAY 2001)
  • Pedestrian Accident Investigation School (MAY 2001)
  • Assault Rifle Deployment School (MAY 2001)
  • Center Access relock Gun Fighting Technique (AUGUST 2001)
  • SWAT Entry School Level I (MARCH 2002)
  • Railroad Grade Train Crash Investigation School (APRIL 2002)
  • SWAT Entry School Level 2 (SEPTEMBER 2002)
  • SWAT Entry School Level 3 (NOVEMBER 2002)
  • Police Sniper Certification School-Center Access (MAY 2002)
Areas of Practice:
Personal Injury
Car Accidents
Motor Cycle Accidents
Commercial Motor Vehicle Accidents
Pedestrian v. Motor Vehicle Accidents
Boat Accidents
Train Accidents
Airplane, Airport and Flight Related Accidents
Dog Bites
Slip and Fall
Workers Compensation
Employment Injuries
Police Defense
Wrongful Termination
Wrongful Discipline
Supervisory Misconduct
On/Off Duty Conduct Resulting in Arrest
Workers Compensation
Police Employment Discrimination
Union Failure to Represent
Expungements Pardons
Driving Under the Influence
Domestic Violence
White Collar Crime
Internet / Computer Crimes
Identity Theft
Possession/Sale of Narcotics
DCF Neglect Allegation
Risk of Injury to a Minor
Child Custody Proceedings
Powers of Attorney
Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts, 2005

Connecticut Police Academy, 1995

Central Connecticut State University, 1998
Major:  Finance

Professional Associations and Memberships:
Hispanic Officers Association


Italian Officers Association

Fraternal Order of Police

Brazilian Alliance

Korean American Association

Past Employment Positions:
State of Connecticut, Department of Consumer Protection, Frauds Unit Consumer Protection, Intern, 1994

State of Connecticut, Division of Special Revenue, Intern, 1994

State of Connecticut, Department of Consumer Protection, Drug Control Division, Intern, 1993

Ansonia-Milford, Bridgeport, Danbury, Danielson, Enfield, Fairfield, Greater Hartford, Litchfield-Bantam, Manchester, Meriden, Middletown, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Norwich, Putnam, Stamford-Norwalk, Tolland, Vernon-Rockville, Waterbury and Windham-Willimantic