Research, Analysis & Evaluation
The Research, Analysis & Evaluation unit of the Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division's primary mission is compiling, analyzing, and disseminating data on a variety of criminal justice and public safety-related topics. The information produced by the unit serves a vital role in effectively managing, planning, and creating policy for the State's many public service endeavors.
|REASEARCH UNIT MANAGER
|This position is vacant
|DIRECTOR, CT STATISTICAL ANALYSIS CENTER (SAC)
As the Director of the Connecticut Statistical Analysis Center, Mr. Kuzyk performs research and analysis on a range of criminal justice issues in the state. He produces the state's annual recidivsm study and the annual prison population forecast. Each month he authors the Monthy Indicator Report, a publication that tracks the operational parameters of major components of the state's criminal justice system. Mr. Kuzyk also co-ordinates the CJPAC Research Work Group.
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