Two years ago, the Connecticut Legislature held hearings on a variety of bills that would have modified the state’s sex offender registry. Rather than adopt any change, because of the complexities of our sex offender laws the Legislature asked the state Sentencing Commission to study the effectiveness of the current sex offender registration requirements. The commission was to report back by 2018.

Under current law, when sex offenders have served their sentences and are released into the community, they must register on a public sex offender registry. The registration is for either 10 years or life, depending on the offense committed. The registry is operated by the state police.

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