State Sentencing Commission votes to overhaul sex offender registry

<p>The State Sentencing Commission has voted to overhaul Connecticut's sex offender registry.</p>

News 12 Staff

Dec 15, 2017, 11:44 AM

Updated 2,346 days ago

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The State Sentencing Commission has voted to overhaul Connecticut's sex offender registry.
The changes would move low-level offenders to a private list that could only be viewed by law enforcement.
The idea is to keep low-risk offenders from being denied jobs or housing.
The recommendations will now go to state lawmakers, who will hold a hearing when they return in February.


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