EFFECTIVE 06/01/2020 THE BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT MAIL IN APPLICATIONS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ONLINE ONLY!
Our Pardon Services
We will assist you from the beginning to the end. We will thoroughly explain the Pardon application process. We will tell you the necessary steps and documents which will be needed. We will be there for you every step of the way. Call us to make an appointment to come in and start the process!
To review what you need in order to start your pardon application, please visit the Board of Pardons and Parole webpage here
You will need the following to send your application via the e-Portal. It must be done online, BoPP no longer accepts mailed in pardon applications.
- State Police Criminal History Report (Rap Sheet)
- Notarized Background Investigation Authorization (BIA)
- Three (3) Reference Questionnaires (only one from a family member)
- Police report(s) for any arrest that resulted in a conviction that has occurred within the last ten (10) years
- Letter from Adult Probation for any period of probation supervision
- Copy of your valid Driver’s License or State ID
using Service Code 96E0-A9E5. Please note: When you pre-enroll, you will be required to pay the $75.00 State Police Bureau of Identification fee to obtain to your rap sheet (criminal history report.) *
- PRINT OUT the Bar Code generated when you pre-enroll as you need to bring this when you get your fingerprints done.
- Go to any local Police Department and the Officer or Technician will capture your electronic fingerprints with Livescan and submit them directly to State Police.
- **If the Police Department is not using Livescan, please obtain a HARD COPY fingerprint card and mail it to the DESPP – Division of State Police, Bureau of Identification at 1111 Country Club Road, Middletown, CT 06457-2389 along with a copy of your Printed Bar Code and Criminal History Request Form.**
- Upon receipt and processing of your request, the State Police will send you your rap sheet to you (criminal history report) through the Connecticut Criminal History Request System (CCHRS).