Preserving the Past, Informing the Future
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1903, Indeterminate Sentencing Law passed. Each of the state prisons
authorized their own paroles.
1957, P.A. 57-461 created a 3 member Board of Parole to replace the State Prison Board of Directors as the paroling authority.
1968, July 1, Dept. of Correction established with an autonomous, single State Board of Parole, to replace the former three separate boards of parole.
2001, July 1, replaced by Connecticut Board of Pardons and Paroles per P.A. 04-234.
Connecticut. General Assembly. Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee. Board of Parole and parole services. Hartford, CT: The Committee, .[CSL Call Number ConnDoc G256pre par]
and Records in the State Library Collections
Check the State Library catalog, CONSULS, under these author headings for publications by the agency available in the State Library :
Board of Parole.
Reports are located in :
[CSL Call Number ConnDoc P244 rep]
Digest of Administrative Reports to the Governor [CSL Call Number ConnDoc F40 d] and 2002-, the online version
State Archives Record Group : RG 043
Years of Service
|James J. McIlduff, Executive Secretary||1957-1968|
|J. Bernard Gates||1968-1978|
|Richard J. Reddington||1978-1988|
|Henry A. Bissonnette, Jr.||1988-1990|
|Pasquale A. Mangini||1990-1994|
|John E. Meeker||1994-1996|
|Michael L. Mullen||1996-2004|
Prepared by the Government Information and Reference Services Unit, page revised 8/2008.