North Haven’s Rep. Yaccarino, House Republican Leader Rep. Candelora and Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Rep. Fishbein to Host Juvenile Justice Forum

Representatives Yaccarino, Candelora, and Fishbein will discuss changes to Connecticut laws over the last ten years, the most recent data, details of the House Republican’s plan to address the problem through legislation, and answer residents’ questions about this issue.

Responding to the concerns of residents statewide who are alarmed by the rise in juvenile crime, most especially the rampant increase in incidents involving the theft of motor vehicles, State Representative Dave Yaccarino (R-87), House Republican Leader State Representative Vincent Candelora (R- 86) and Ranking Member of the Judiciary Committee State Representative Craig Fishbein (R-90) will hold a Juvenile Justice Forum on Monday, November 15 at the Mildred A. Wakely Community & Recreation Center located at 7 Linsley Street in North Haven. 

As part of the forum, Representatives Yaccarino, Candelora, and Fishbein will discuss changes to Connecticut laws over the last ten years, the most recent data, details of the House Republican’s plan to address the problem through legislation, and answer residents’ questions about this issue. 

This stark rise in juvenile crime has alarmed residents from towns and cities throughout the state. Car break-ins, car jackings, stolen vehicles and other property related crimes being committed by juveniles who, when caught, display little fear of prosecution. For many homeowners and property owners, these crimes are personal, with many feeling like their voices aren’t being heard. Law enforcement officers have testified that they feel like their hands are tied, and juveniles are being released as quickly as they’re apprehended. Something must be done. Silence and denial are not the answer.

  • WHERE: Mildred A. Wakely Community & Recreation Center, 7 Linsley St., North Haven, CT
  • WHEN: Monday, November 15TH at 7:00 p.m.
  • *masks will be required per facility rules*

Anyone with additional questions regarding the Juvenile Justice Forum may visit www.stopcarthefts.com or email questions to: [email protected]. Individuals may also contact the legislators at their State Capitol office at: 1-800-842-1423 or by email at:

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