The Commission is required by State Law (Public Act No. 19-116) to provide a portal on the CWCSEO’s website with links to publicly available databases of persons found responsible for assault, abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment of elderly persons or persons with disabilities. The purpose is to provide a convenient location for site visitors to access this information. The list includes: National Sex Offender Registry, Connecticut Sex Offender Registry, CT Nurse’s Aide Registry, Practitioner/Entity Suspension or Exclusion Database, CT Criminal Motor Vehicle Conviction Database and the Professional Licensure Verification Database.
U.S. Department of Justice’s sex offender public registry is an unprecedented public safety resource that provides the public with access to sex offender data nationwide.
Connecticut Sex Offender Registry contains an updated searchable record of sex offenders. Information provided includes the offenders last known address and physical descriptors as well as location, date, and details of the offense.
CT Nurse’s Aide Registry is a registry of all people who meet the state and federal training and testing requirements to perform Nursing Aide tasks. This registry provides nurse’s aid certification information.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General’s list of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE) provides information to the health care industry, patients and the public regarding individuals and entities currently excluded from participation in Medicare, Medicaid, and all other Federal health care programs.
Conviction information is generally listed for no more than 10 years after the date of sentencing unless Section 7-13 of the Connecticut Practice Book provides for a shorter period of time in which case this information will be shown for the shorter period of time.
Professional License Verification is a professional license verification check will help you protect public health, safety and welfare by ensuring individuals who provide services to consumers indeed are qualified.
Department of Social Services’ (DSS) database of practitioners and entities suspended or excluded from participating in DSS-administered programs.