Substitute House Bill No. 6290
          Substitute House Bill No. 6290

              PUBLIC ACT NO. 95-163

AN  ACT  EXEMPTING  THE  NAMES  AND  ADDRESSES  OF
HAZARDOUS DUTY STATE EMPLOYEES FROM THE FREEDOM OF
INFORMATION ACT.


    (NEW)  No  state  department,  agency,  board,
council, commission or  institution  may disclose,
under  the  freedom   of   information   act,  the
residential address of  (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,  (3)  an employee of
the    department   of    correction,    (4)    an
attorney-at-law who represents  or has represented
the state in  a  criminal  prosecution,  or (5) an
attorney-at-law who is or has been employed by the
public defender services  division, if such person
submits a written  request  for such nondisclosure
and  furnishes  his   business   address   to  the
executive head of  such department, agency, board,
council, commission or  institution.  The business
address of any  person  described  in this section
shall be subject  to disclosure under section 1-19
of the general  statutes.  The  provisions of this
section  shall  not   apply   to   motor   vehicle
department records described  in  section 14-10 of
the general statutes.