Cabinet Improves Design and Accessibility for Users
Frankfort, KY: The Justice and Public Safety Cabinet announced the launch of its new website today. Users can log onto <http://justice.ky.gov> and browse the new look and feel of the website. Cabinet Secretary, Lieutenant Governor Steve Pence stressed the importance of the launch.
"The Internet has become a central resource for transmitting information to people across this great state," said Lieutenant Governor Pence. "Consequently, it is essential to streamline the Cabinet’s website to make it easier for users to access. I want to thank Kentucky.gov and the hardworking folks at the Cabinet who have made this launch a success."
The Justice and Public Safety Cabinet’s web site is made possible through a partnership with Kentucky.gov and the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet.
The new website offers an array of resources found within the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet. Links within the website allow users to read the current Cabinet headlines, report missing children, find crime statistics and research sex offenders in their communities. The Justice and Public Safety Cabinet is comprised of the following departments: Department of Corrections, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Criminal Justice Training, the Kentucky State Police, the Department of Public Advocacy and the Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement. In addition, the Cabinet’s divisions consist of the Parole Board, Office of Investigations, Office of Legal Services, Office of Drug Control Policy, Grants Management Branch and the State Medical Examiner’s office.
For more information, please log onto <http://justice.ky.gov> or <http://kentucky.gov/>.