WARNING “ANY PERSON WHO USES INFORMATION IN THIS REGISTRY TO INJURE, HARASS OR COMMIT A CRIMINAL ACT AGAINST ANY PERSON INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRY OR ANY OTHER PERSON IS SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.” The Department of Public Safety updates this information regularly, to try to assure that it is complete and accurate. You are cautioned that the information provided on this site is information of record and may not reflect the current residence, status, or other information regarding a registrant (offender).Persons who have been arrested or accused of a sex offense listed in Connecticut General Statutes 54-250 through 54-261 are not required to register unless the accusation results in a conviction or a finding of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.Incarcerating sexual predators and maintaining adequate facilities to ensure that decisions to release sexual predators into the community are not made on the basis of inadequate space. Providing for specialized supervision of sexual predators who are in the community by specially trained probation officers with low caseloads, as described in ss. The sexual predator is subject to specified terms and conditions implemented at sentencing or at the time of release from incarceration, with a requirement that those who are financially able must pay all or part of the costs of supervision. Requiring the registration of sexual predators, with a requirement that complete and accurate information be maintained and accessible for use bylaw enforcement authorities, communities, and the public. Providing for community and public notification concerning the presence of sexual predators. Prohibiting sexual predators from working with children, either for compensation or as a volunteer. (1) Effective for probationers or community controllees whose crime was committed on or after October 1, 1995, and who are placed under supervision for violation of chapter 794, s. If the court determines that imposing a curfew would endanger the victim, the court may consider alternative sanctions. to any individual who requests such information and may release the information to the public in any manner deemed appropriate, unless the information so received is confidential or exempt from s. FDLE shall notify the statewide law enforcement agency, or a comparable agency, in the intended state or jurisdiction of residence of the sexual offender/predator's intended residence.
This Act allowed the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to give the public access to information important to their ability to protect themselves and their families against sexual offenders. Therefore, institutions should be careful to indicate a list of sources where The Clery Act and the above notice requirement apply to most public and private institutions of higher education, because the Act is tied to participation in federal student financial aid programs. Secretary of Education to take appropriate steps to notify educational institutions that disclosure of this information is permitted.
Since that time, Florida has continued to lead the nation in legislating strong registration and related sexual offender laws, and effectively implementing these laws through the dedicated efforts of criminal justice partners across the state. The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act also amended the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), to clarify that nothing in the FERPA may be construed to prohibit an educational institution from disclosing information provided to the institution concerning registered sex offenders. In 2002, Florida enacted provisions into state law that comply with the requirements of the federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act.
This registration information is accessible to the public during the CCSU Police Department's normal business hours, which are 8 a.m.
Through the Public Safety Information Act of 1997, Florida became the first state to list sexual predators and offenders on the Internet and to make the same information available through a 24-hour/day hotline. In addition, at the time of this publication, referring the campus community to the Search Page of FDLEs Sexual Offenders and Predators website will not enable the campus community to obtain the CSCPA information, as this information is not available to the public on that website.
A searchable database, available to the public, is maintained by the Connecticut State Police at the following website:
office=54567 Additionally, in accordance with Chapter 969, Section 54-258 of the General Statutes of Connecticut, the CCSU Police Department keeps a record of all registration information transmitted to it from the State Police.Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act Notice The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) in section 1601 of Public Law 106-386 is a federal law enacted on October 28, 2000 that provides for the tracking of convicted, registered sex offenders enrolled as students at institutions of higher education, or convicted, registered sex offenders working or volunteering on campus. People who have registered with the Connecticut State Police and who have indicated to the State Police that they are either enrolled as students or are employees of ECSU can be found in the list below. The registering agencies are required to notify the campus police of the presence of the sex offender on campus, and the institutions are in turn authorized to share this information publicly, including it in their annual crime report beginning October 2003. This and related State statutes require that convicted sex offenders inform their state registering agencies whenever they enroll or become employed at a postsecondary institution.Clicking on the highlighted name will bring up a photograph and relevant information at the State Police Sex Offender Registry.Legislative Findings, Purpose, and Intent (a) Repeat sexual offenders, sexual offenders who use physical violence, and sexual offenders who prey on children are sexual predators who present an extreme threat to the public safety. The offender is exempt from further payment for the cost of supervision as required in s. (2) Effective for an offense committed on or after July 1, 1998, a person is ineligible for placement on administrative probation if the person is sentenced to or is serving a term of probation or community control, regardless of the conviction or adjudication, for committing, or attempting, conspiring, or soliciting to commit, any of the felony offenses described in s. 787.02, where the victim is a minor and the defendant is not the victim's parent or guardian; s. the sheriff of the county or the chief of police of the municipality where the sexual predator establishes or maintains a permanent or temporary residence shall notify the community and the public of the presence of the sexual predator in a manner deemed appropriate by the sheriff or the chief of police.