MADISON, CT — There are five sex offenders living in Madison as of October 2019, according to the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry.More than half of rape/sexual assault incidents happen within a mile of the victim's home, according to the United States Department of Justice.The workshop will discuss historic policies that have excluded people with disabilities, the shift to a social model of disability, and will present new views in which to address disability discrimination.Everyone has biases that shape how we see the world.The purpose of this workshop will be to inform the public about how the job skills bank can assist them in obtaining meaningful employment.This workshop will walk participants the job skills bank application process, discuss next steps for applicants, and inform participants about how the Department of Civil Rights can assist them.The purpose of this workshop will be to review types of adverse actions related to an individual’s sex which can constitute discrimination.The purpose of this workshop is to discuss how human resources personnel are using the information contain on social media sites when making hiring decisions.
The purpose of this workshop will be to provide assistance to those seeking to get involved in city business either as a vendor, contractor or community based organization.
What kinds of implications does this have on applicants?
The purpose of this workshop will be to introduce participants to the concept of ableism, and create a new framework in which to view disability.
Information is often provided by offenders themselves as required by law.
This is a useful tool to help you be aware of who's living in your neighborhood. Department of Justice, which oversees the National Sex Offender Public Website, estimates that only about 10 percent of perpetrators of child sexual abuse are strangers to the child.