How has the incarcerated population reached such historic lows during the pandemic?
A 31-year veteran of the agency, Quiros pledges to close prisons and improve technology in prisons and jails.
Many law enforcement officials are using George Floyd’s death to support police reform in Connecticut. Not Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo.
The incarcerated population in Connecticut is dropping as fears mount about a COVID-19 outbreak behind bars. The question is why?
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to automatically clear low-level misdemeanors. Advocates want felonies and more serious crimes included in the automatic pardon process.