Connecticut officials are transferring health care services for prison inmates from UConn Health to the Correction Department amid concerns over prisoner deaths and other problems.
School may be out for summer, but there is still a lot to learn at Albertus Magnus College.
Connecticut’s prison population has fallen below 14,000 inmates to its lowest level since 1994.
What Connecticut State Police are calling an “untimely death” is under investigation at the Garner Correctional Institution in Newtown.
Connecticut State Police have arrested 34-year-old Keith "SILK" Quinones after a compliance check by parole officers resulted in the findings of 100 grams of crack cocaine, a digital scale, packaging materials and a cell phone.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin deputy prison warden has been fired after posting Facebook memes comparing Muslim children to garbage and equating flying a gay pride rainbow flag with raising the Confederate flag. Richard “Sam” Schneiter, a 42-year veteran of the Department of Corrections, was fired in November, records from the Wisconsin Employment Relations […]
Connecticut officials have placed five prison employees on paid leave in connection with the escape of an inmate who spent 10 days on the lam before being caught in Georgia.
A new class of K-9 teams specializing in narcotics investigations celebrated their graduation with Connecticut State Police Friday morning.
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont is nominating the former executive director of Utah’s Department of Corrections to oversee Connecticut’s prison system.
Additional plaintiffs have been added to a federal lawsuit that alleges Connecticut’s prisons failed to provide life-saving treatment to inmates with hepatitis C.