ctsc: Public Hearing on the Registration, Management and Sentencing of Sex Offenders

Public Hearing on the Registration, Management and Sentencing of Sex Offenders

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The Connecticut Sentencing Commission, held a public hearing on the registration, management and sentencing of sex offenders on January 25th, 2017.

The purpose of the hearing was to solicit testimony on the criminal justice's current capacity to: reduce offender recidivism; provide for offender rehabilitation (if appropriate); and provide accurate, timely, and pertinent information to members of the public and law enforcement regarding offender risk to victim and community safety. The public hearing was also open to subject matter experts who wished to comment on emerging research, best practices and innovative approaches for consideration.

This page contains a record of the proceedings of the January 25th hearing and includes the public hearing notice, a video of the proceeding, and the written testimony submitted to the Commission.
        
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November 3, 2016        

10:00 a.m., Legislative Office Building (300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT), Room 1A       Public Hearing Notice      



 CT-N Broadcast {CTN}              
Written Testimony:
Additional Resources:
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