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2023 OSJ Legislative Campaign

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Paid In Full (SB 1194)

The focus of this campaign is to remove from the Connecticut "Sex Offender" Registry those people who had completed their sentences before the implementation of the Registry overhaul on October 1, 1998.

Find out more on our Paid In Full legislative campaign page

2022 Legislation Testimony

  • SB 901 - An Act Concerning A Registry of Persons Convicted of Financial Crimes Against Elderly Persons - Read

CT Sentencing Commission (CSC)

  • 1/19/22 - Response to Registry Reform Proposal (Second Letter) - Read
  • 9/21/21 - Registry Reform Proposal (First Letter) - Read

2022 Legislation Testimony

  • SB 254 - An Act Requiring Long-Term Care Facility Residents to Undergo a Criminal History and Sexual Offender Registry Search - Read

2021 Legislation Testimony

  • SB 1059 - An Act Concerning the Correction Accountability Commission. The Office of the Correction Ombuds. The Use of Isolated Confinement, Seclusion and Restraints, Social Contacts for People Who Are Incarcerated - Read
  • SB 1019 - An Act Concerning The Board Of Pardons And Paroles, Erasure Of Criminal Records For Certain Misdemeanor And Felony Offenses, Prohibiting Discrimination Based On Erased Criminal History Record Information And Concerning The Recommendations Of The Connecticut Sentencing Commission With Respect To Misdemeanor Sentences - Read
  • Committee Bill 6228 – An Act Prohibiting Institutions of Higher Education from Inquiring about a Prospective Student’s Criminal History - Read
  • RB 6374 – An Act Concerning Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses - Read
  • SB 899: An Act Concerning Senior Safety Zones - Read
  • HB 6431: An Act Concerning Housing Opportunities for Justice-Impacted Persons - Read