|CARC v. Thorne Longitudinal Study
|Results of the Longitudinal Study of CARC v. Thorne Class Members to study of the effects of community placement on previously institutionalized people with mental disabilities.
|Criminal Justice Program Review
|Reports on the use of sworn personnel in the Department of Public Service, assessment of Lester Forst's ability to do his job, and Thomas Speers' activities with the State-wide Organized Crime Investi
|UConn Health Center
|Investigative report by state auditors and the Attorney General's Office of misuse of funds and misconduct by the faculty and the University of Connecticut Foundation.
|UConn Health Center
|Governor's statement about the investigation; list of auditors' recommendations; Health Center strategies for addressing misconduct; Health Center Director's statement to the University Board of Trust
|Letter of resignation of Brian Lensink as Commissioner of the Department of Mental Retardation and Governor's response.
|State Police Wire Tap Report--[Background Material]
|Standards for Law Enforcement Agencies; excerpt from Department of Public Safety State Police manual excerpt of testimony of Attorney Robert Meyers before the Legislative Program Review and Investigat
|State Police Wire Tap Report--[Correspondence]
|Memoranda reporting delivery of tape recordings from State Police; Governor's statement about allegations of State Police taping phone conversations between suspects and their lawyers; attorneys reque
|State Police Wire Tap Report--[Testimony]
|Selected testimony from investigation hearings held by the Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee.
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Municipal Review
|Attorney General's questionnaire to determine tape recording practices of municipal police departments; Governor explains need for investigation of municipal departments in letter to City Manager of N
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Newspaper Clippings
|[State Police Wire Tap Report--Case Law]
|Chief State's Attorney memo to Chiefs of Police concerning the case State v. Stoddard in regards to police taping procedures; references to federal cases; field reports; documents and case law to be d
|[State Police Wire Tap Report]--Budget Information
|Copies of budget requests by State Police for recording equipment; State Police request to keep tape recordings 18 months instead of 60 days.
|[State Police Wire Tap Report]--DPUC tariff
|Department of Public Utility Control tariff agreement with Southern New England Telephone Company including regulations covering recording conversations; notes on FCC exchange tariff.
|[State Police Wire Tap Report]--U.S. Attorney Investigation
|Subpoena to Lester Forst to testify before the grand jury; Chief State's Attorney offers to turn over tapes to FBI; Statement of Governor O'Neill's Review Team of State Police Taping Practices; inform
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Criminal Defense Lawyers v Forst
|Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association bring suit against Lester J. Forst and State Police officers; summons for Lt. Robert O'Shaughnessy; proposed preliminary injunction.
|State Police Wire Tap Report--[Rifkin's Notes]
|Notes concerning goals of investigation team; names and phone numbers.
|State Police Wire Tap Report--[Rifkin's Binder]
|Three-ring binder of material on the case, including analysis, state and federal statutes, case law, prior Office of Legislative Research reports. [Binder removed and disposed of.]
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Preliminary Drafts
|Preliminary Historical Report on Troop Recorders; outline for report; draft of Section III on legal implications of wiretapping; executive summary; Chief State's Attorney comments regarding draft sect
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Draft I
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Draft III
|November 27, 1989
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Draft November 28
|November 28, 1989
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Final Report
|November 29, 1989
|Report of the Governor's Committee to Review State Police and Municipal Police Department Tape Recording Practices and Policies.
|State Police Wire Tap Report--Supplemental Report
|December 21, 1989
|Municipal responses to questionnaire.
|Lester Forst's letter of retirement; Governor's letter appointing Bernard Sullivan Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety effective November 12, 1989.
|Governor's declaration of emergency; request to President for emergency declaration; damage assessments, Governor's schedule; press releases; statutes; names, addresses and phone numbers of town offic
|1990 Special Session
|Agency heads discuss issues needing to be addressed in session; drafts of Governor's resolution to call special session to address a bond issue for transportation purposes; counsel's notes; legislator
|April -May 1988
|Opposition to location of correctional facility in Newtown; background information on the need for additional prison space; Rifkin invited to discuss the problem of the state's rising retrial incarcer
|Secretary of the State's call for and Governor's proclamation to convene a special legislative session.