A sweeping set of criminal justice reforms, that will spare more than 1,100 non-violent drug offenders from prison and save millions in corrections costs, passed the legislature.
Connecticut lawmakers passed a groundbreaking law enforcement reform package that will potentially remake police-community relations in the state.
A package of juvenile justice reforms was signed into law by Governor Malloy yesterday.
A bill spurred by the interrogation of a former Major League Baseball player and ESPN analyst in Hartford last year, by a police officer out of his jurisdiction, was signed into law.
Reducing unnecessary arrests in schools will help diminish the school-to-prison pipeline.