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{OPM Criminal Justice Bulletin}

January 2011

In this Issue...

NEW - Report on Arrest Warrants for Failure to Appear and Arrest Warrants for Violation of Probation

Message from Mike Lawlor

A New Way of Doing Business

With the change in administration we are embarking on a new way of doing business in the State of Connecticut. This bulletin is the first of many initiatives promoting communication among criminal justice professionals. Your ideas and suggestions are vital to this effort, so please feel free to send them along.

 

Mike Lawlor
Under Secretary
Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division
State Office of Policy and Management

Mike.Lawlor@ct.gov 

 

 


News

Report on Arrest Warrants for Failure to Appear and Arrest Warrants for Violation of Probation

Pursuant to Public Act 06-99, the number of outstanding arrest warrants for, "failure to appear" in criminal and motor vehicle proceedings and outstanding arrest warrants for violation of probation proceedings for persons residing in or who provided an address in your municipality at the time of their original arrest are now posted on the Office of Policy and Management website at http://www.ct.gov/opm/cjis/rearrdata.


The source for this data is the Paperless Arrest Warrant Network (PRAWN), which is maintained by the Superior Court Operations Division, of the Judicial Branch.  This report is prepared by the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division.  Should you have questions or concerns about this report, please email Linda DeConti at Linda.DeConti@ct.gov.

By statute, a copy of this message is being provided to the Chief Elected Officials for each municipality in Connecticut. In addition, a copy of this message is being provided to the local Chief of Police or the law enforcement agency with responsibility for each municipality in an effort to maintain direct communications with their offices as well.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The State of Connecticut will no longer be mailing hardcopies of these reports to your offices.

 


Future Issues

We plan to use this bulletin to send future announcements of interest to local Law Enforcement and local communities. If you have any suggested topics for future issues please send these to us.


Criminal Justice Policy & Planning Division   |  450 Capitol Avenue  |  Hartford, CT 06106
  

The OPM Criminal Justice Bulletin provides coverage of issues and developments affecting state and local criminal justice in Connecticut and is provided as a benefit of the Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division (CJPPD). If you have received this bulletin in error please contact Linda DeConti at Linda.DeConti@ct.gov  





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