Raised Bill No. 6774
January Session, 2005
LCO No. 3464
Referred to Committee on Environment
AN ACT CONCERNING CONSERVATION LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:
Section 1. Section 1-217 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):
(a) No public agency may disclose, under the Freedom of Information Act, the residential address of any of the following persons:
(1) A federal court judge, federal court magistrate, judge of the Superior Court, Appellate Court or Supreme Court of the state, or family support magistrate;
(2) A sworn member of a municipal police department, [or] a sworn member of the Division of State Police within the Department of Public Safety or a sworn law enforcement officer of the Department of Environmental Protection;
(3) An employee of the Department of Correction;
(4) An attorney-at-law who represents or has represented the state in a criminal prosecution;
(5) An attorney-at-law who is or has been employed by the Public Defender Services Division or a social worker who is employed by the Public Defender Services Division;
(6) An inspector employed by the Division of Criminal Justice;
(7) A firefighter;
(8) An employee of the Department of Children and Families;
(9) A member of the Board of Pardons and Paroles;
(10) An employee of the judicial branch; or
(11) A member or employee of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
(b) The business address of any person described in this section shall be subject to disclosure under section 1-210. The provisions of this section shall not apply to Department of Motor Vehicles records described in section 14-10.
This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:
Statement of Purpose:
To prohibit public disclosure of the residential addresses of Department of Environmental Protection conservation police.
[Proposed deletions are enclosed in brackets. Proposed additions are indicated by underline, except that when the entire text of a bill or resolution or a section of a bill or resolution is new, it is not underlined.]