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Click here for an interactive map of Connecticut 2014 Drug Overdoses.  
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Data was compiled from information supplied by CT OCME.

 9/2015 Statistics - September 2015

Arrests and Jail Admissions Down Sharply In 2015 As Crime Continues To Fall In Connecticut - July 2015 

Trends in the Criminal Justice System - by OPM Under Secretary Lawlor - January 2015 

Click here for an interactive map of Connecticut towns with 1,650-foot buffer zones

                           around public and private schools and day care centers.  

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This interactive map has four tabs: Public Schools, Private Schools, Day Care Centers, and All Schools and Day Care Centers. If you click on a tab and you will see Connecticut

town borders containing points for schools or day care centers. When you zoom in you will begin to see the 1,650 foot buffer surrounding each point. You can click on each point

or buffer zone to get the name and address for each school or day care center. The map shows 1,650-foot buffer zones around each school and day care center.  An extra 150 foot

buffer beyond the mandated 1,500 foot buffer has been added to account for the perimeter of each location. The “School Zone” 1,500 foot distance is measured from the edge of

the property line in all directions.  We are assuming an average lot 300 feet in width and depth.

The public and private schools in this map are from 2015 United States Department of Education data. The day care center data was supplied by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood.
Day care centers are broken into two categories: Organizational Run and Family Run Day Care Centers. Additional nationally recognized Day Care Centers were identified from the IGP Division at OPM.

Next Meeting: December 17, 2015 9:00 AM 



State of Connecticut Justice Assistance Formula Grant Program

The Office of Policy and Management is requesting public comment on the 

2015 Justice Assistance Formula Grant Program Statewide Plan


For more information about the JAG 2015 VCP Local Grant Program,
please click here .

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CJIS Governing Board

The CJIS Governing Board is co-chaired by the OPM Under Secretary Mike Lawlor and Patrick L. Carroll, III, Judge,Chief Court Administrator
and comprised of the criminal justice agencies; its membership and responsibilities were expanded with { }


Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Procedure for Grants Funded by DOJ

The purpose of these policies is to establish (1) procedures regarding complaints of discrimination by clients, customers, program
participants or consumers against a sub-recipient funded by a Department of Justice (DOJ) grant and (2) procedures regarding
complaints of discrimination by employees against a sub-recipient funded by a Department of Justice (DOJ) grant.
of OPM/CJPPD's sub-recipients under the U.S. Department of Justice Grant Programs.

of OPM/CJPPD's sub-recipients funded by a Department of Justice (DOJ) grant

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Governor Dannel P. Malloy presented his FY 2012 -FY 2013 Biennium Budget with two (2) key proposals concerning criminal justice:
  • Offender Management Incentive Plan
    To use the Department of Correction’s existing Offender Accountability Plan to allow inmates to earn risk reduction credits for successful program completion and acceptable behavior to reduce their sentence.  
    Risk Reduction Credits Report submitted on April, 2009 to the General Assembly  by former Commissioner Theresa C. Lantz and a panel of experts from the Connecticut Department of Corrections and the Office of Policy and Management.
  • { } House Arrest for Driving Under the Influence and Minor Drug Offenses
    Where appropriate, offenders will be required to wear a Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking device and have a breath alcohol ignition interlock device installed.

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