NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - Clergy and relatives of a 19-year-old man killed by a Connecticut state police trooper have met with the state's public safety commissioner to demand reforms. Family of Mubarak Soulemane and pastors asked Commissioner James Rovella on Tuesday to send the trooper home on suspension and increase de-escalation training. Officials say Trooper Brian North fatally shot Soulemane on Jan. 15 in West Haven as Soulemane sat in the driver's seat of a car and displayed a knife after a carjacking and chase. North is on administrative duty pending an investigation. Local clergy say Rovella promised to improve training and diversity within state police.