Department of Correction
A Connecticut inmate awaiting execution for his role in the killings of a woman and her two daughters says he is refusing to eat prison food that he believes is not kosher.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) – The father of a Deep River man who admitted to killing his mother at Christmastime is questioning how his son, who was on a suicide watch, could seriously harm himself while […]
Governor Dannel Malloy has tapped the interim commissioner for the state Department of Correction for the job on a permanent basis. James Dzurenda has been serving on an interim basis since the April retirement of […]
Late Friday came word that the state Department of Correction was ending its contract with a Norwalk-based anti-poverty agency to run a halfway house. State Department of Social Services Commissioner Roderick Bremby went so far […]
A convicted murderer who won a court order for taxpayer-funded sex-change surgery is asking a judge to order Massachusetts prison officials to provide electrolysis treatments.
State prison guards have filed nearly 100 grievances against the Department of Correction commissioner over his efforts to stop guards from calling in sick during the Super Bowl.
Connecticut Department of Correction parole officers will be conducting unannounced home visits and surveillance of the roughly 250 sex offenders under their supervision, for Halloween.
Absent $2 billion in concessions over two years from state employee unions, Gov. Dannel Malloy’s so-called ‘Plan B’ budget would result in the closure of the Bergin Correctional Institution in Mansfield.
A federal judge rules in favor of a hundred women who filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the state Department of Correction.