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Sandy Hook Advisory Commission meets again

A state commission reviewing the Newtown school shooting has heard from experts about behavioral health and crisis counseling services available in Connecticut.

The 16 members of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission are reviewing current policies and making recommendations to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on school safety, mental health and gun violence prevention in the wake of the massacre.

The panel has been focusing recently on mental health issues.


The father of the man who carried out the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School has met with a Connecticut official and agreed to help find missing school and medical records that could shed more light on the tragedy.

The man met for about an hour yesterday with the leader of a state panel that is investigating the shooting rampage.  Sandy Hook Advisory Commission chairman, Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson, says he met with the man one-on-one in an undisclosed location in Stamford.

Commission members have said they need more information about the gunman's mental state before making recommendations to change mental health policy.

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