Sec. 54-260a. Report on number of registrants being electronically monitored and need for additional resources. (2045)(1-click HTML)
Not later than January fifteenth of each year, the Department of Correction, the Board of Pardons and Paroles and the Court Support Services Division of the Judicial Department shall each submit a report setting forth the number of persons subject to registration under this chapter who are being electronically monitored while being supervised in the community by such agency, including monitoring by global positioning system devices, and what, if any, additional resources are needed by such agency to ensure that persons subject to registration under this chapter are being supervised while in the community. (2046)
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