Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division
The Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division was established by statute on July 1, 2006 (prior to that date it was a functional unit within the Office of Policy and Management, Policy Development and Planning Division.) The Justice Planning Act (Public Act 05-249) was codified into State Statute with the majority of the division's requirements under Title 4, Chapter 50, §4-68m of the Connecticut General Statutes. Correctional system population projections are codified under Title 4, Chapter 50, §4-68n. The reporting system to track criminal justice system trends and outcomes was codified under §4-68o. The requirement to produce an annual report "specifying the actions necessary to promote an effective and cohesive criminal justice system", etc. was codified under §4-68p.
"The mission of the Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division is to conduct an in-depth analysis of the criminal justice system, determine the system's long-range needs and recommend policy priorities and advise and assist the Governor and the General Assembly in developing plans, policies, programs, and legislation to improve the system's effectiveness."
|Marc Pelka, Undersecretary - Link to Bioemail@example.com|
|Kyle Baudoin, Policy Development Coordinator
|Melissa Conway, Planning Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nichole Howe, Associate Accountantemail@example.com|
|Eleanor Michael, Assistant Division Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kevin Neary, Lead Planning Analystemail@example.com|
|Carolyn Smith, Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|