2005 Connecticut Code - Chapter 961a — Criminal Records (contains Secs. 54-142a to 54-142q)
- Sec. 54-142a. (Formerly Sec. 54-90). Erasure of criminal records.
- Sec. 54-142b. (Formerly Sec. 54-90a). Erasure of record of girl found guilty of being in manifest danger.
- Sec. 54-142c. Disclosure of erased records.
- Sec. 54-142d. Destruction of record of decriminalized offense.
- Secs. 54-142e and 54-142f.
- Sec. 54-142g. Definitions.
- Sec. 54-142h. Data collection; audit; maintenance of records and log.
- Sec. 54-142i. Duties of criminal justice agencies re collection, storage or dissemination of criminal history record information. Personnel.
- Sec. 54-142j. Adoption of regulations and procedures.
- Sec. 54-142k. Inspection of criminal history records; to whom available.
- Sec. 54-142l. Challenge to completeness or accuracy of record.
- Sec. 54-142m. Disclosure of nonconviction information by criminal justice agency.
- Sec. 54-142n. Further provisions for disclosure of nonconviction information.
- Sec. 54-142o. Dissemination of nonconviction information to noncriminal justice agencies.
- Sec. 54-142p. Letter of criminal record or no criminal record to enter United States or foreign nation.
- Sec. 54-142q. Criminal Justice Information System Governing Board to oversee offender-based tracking system. Members. Duties and responsibilities.
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