Connecticut State Government Agencies

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  • Board of Firearms Permit Examiners

    20 forms 1 contacts

    The Board has been established to provide a means of appeal for citizens whose pistol permit has been denied or revoked.

  • Board of Pardons and Paroles

    13 forms 1 contacts

    The mission of the Board of Pardons and Paroles is to facilitate the successful reintegration of suitable offenders into the community.

  • Codes and Standards Committee

    26 forms 1 contacts

    The meetings of the Codes and Standards Committee are currently being held online using Microsoft Teams. Meetings are typically held at 1pm on the second Wednesday of every month (except July).

  • Code Training and Education Fund Board of Control

    22 forms 1 contacts

    The Code Training and Education Fund Board of Control approves the fiscal year budget of the Office of Education and Data Management (OEDM), which carries out the credentialing functions of the Office of the State Building Inspector and the Office of State Fire Marshal. Municipalities collect assessments on the construction value of local building permits, and forward the monies to the Code Training and Education Fund.

    The OEDM budget includes training programs in the mechanics and application of the State Building Code and the State Fire Code, and administrative functions to ensure credentialing-related statutory and regulatory compliance.

  • Commission for Educational Technology

    23 forms 1 contacts

    The Commission shares updates on its meetings and initiatives as well as broader professional development, research, and funding opportunities for the educational community.

  • Commission on Fire Prevention and Control

    44 forms 1 contacts

    The Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection is committed to protecting and improving the quality of life for all by providing a broad range of public safety services, training, regulatory guidance and scientific services utilizing enforcement, prevention, education and state of the art science and technology.

  • Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities

    10 forms 5 contacts

    The mission of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) is to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement and to establish equal opportunity and justice for all persons within the state through advocacy and education.

  • Connecticut District Bankruptcy Court

    37 forms 3 contacts

    The District has three divisional offices which are located in Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport.

  • Connecticut District Court

    63 forms 3 contacts

    Mission is to ensure excellence in serving the public and assisting the court in its core mission of administering justice.

  • Connecticut Federal Public Defender

    1 contacts

    The Office of the Federal Defender for the District of Connecticut advocates for indigent defendants charged with federal crimes. We provide zealous and comprehensive legal representation for our clients, protecting their rights and their dignity by raising vigorous legal and factual defenses and telling their unique stories in the most compelling way.

    In addition to representing individual clients, our office provides ongoing education and training to the criminal defense bar based on our experience and legal scholarship.

  • Connecticut Prob/Pretrial Office

    13 forms 3 contacts

  • Connecticut Sentencing Commission

    17 forms 1 contacts

    The Connecticut Sentencing Commission is an independent state criminal justice agency established to review, research, and make recommendations concerning Connecticut’s criminal justice system.

  • Connecticut Siting Council

    4 forms 1 contacts

    The Council is responsible for balancing the need for adequate and reliable public utility services at the lowest reasonable cost to consumers with the need to protect the environment and ecology of the state. The Council generally has jurisdiction over the siting of electric transmission lines and electric substations with a design capacity of 69-kilovolts or more, electric generating and storage facilities, telecommunications facilities and hazardous waste facilities.

  • Council on Developmental Disabilities

    5 forms 1 contacts

    The federal Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000 authorized State Councils on Developmental Disabilities to engage in advocacy, capacity building, and systemic change activities that contribute to a comprehensive, coordinated, and self-determined system of individualized services and supports that is centered on and directed by individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Council on Environmental Quality

    5 forms 1 contacts

    The Council is a nine-member board that works independently of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (except for purely administrative functions). The Chairman and four other members are appointed by the Governor, two members by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and two by the Speaker of the House. Members donate their time and expertise. They work closely with staff to shape the Council's priorities and recommendations.

  • Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS)

    13 forms 1 contacts

    The history of the Connecticut Criminal Justice Information System dates back several decades. The need to share and exchange offender and case data among agencies was identified, it was decided that agencies should continue to develop their individual data systems rather than immediately begin a statewide CJIS initiative. This decision was based on the recognition that technology could not support the vision of an integrated justice information system in a cost-effective manner. The effect yielded the creation of many stand-alone and agency-focused applications that are still in operation today.

  • Department of Administrative Services

    25 forms 1 contacts

    Divisions are united in a common mission: Support Connecticut's Growth - To serve the citizens, businesses, state agencies and other branches of government by providing the highest quality services at the lowest possible cost ;Drive Continuous Innovation - To increase the efficiency and effectiveness of state government using best practices from the public and private sectors; Provide Rewarding Careers - To attract and retain a workforce of talented, dedicated public servants committed to leading thr great state forward.

  • Department of Aging and Disability Services

    35 forms 1 contacts

    Department of Aging and Disability Services and The State Unit on Aging ensure that Connecticut’s elders have access to the supportive services necessary to live with dignity, security, and independence. The unit is responsible for planning, developing, and administering a comprehensive and integrated service delivery system for older persons in Connecticut.

    To accomplish this, the unit conducts needs assessments, surveys methods of service administration, evaluates and monitors such services, maintains information and referral services, and develops, coordinates, and/or collaborates with other appropriate agencies to provide services.

  • Department of Agriculture

    19 forms 2 contacts

    The mission of the Department of Agriculture is to foster a healthy economic, environmental and social climate for agriculture by developing, promoting and regulating agricultural businesses; protecting agricultural and aquacultural resources; enforcing laws pertaining to domestic animals; and promoting an understanding among the state's citizens of the diversity of Connecticut agriculture, its cultural heritage and its contribution to the state's economy.

  • Department of Banking

    120 forms 2 contacts

    The mission of the State of Connecticut, Department of Banking (DOB) is to protect users of financial services from unlawful or improper practices by ensuring that regulated entities and individuals adhere to state banking and securities laws.