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Dicine, Judith
Practitioner In Residence
Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science
Criminal Justice
Academic Credentials


    B.A., University of Connecticut, Storrs 1982 
    J.D., Quinnipiac University School of Law, 1985


    Professor Judith R. Dicine is the supervisory prosecuting attorney for Housing Matters for the State of Connecticut, Division of Criminal Justice, Office of the Chief States Attorney. She has been charged with prosecution of criminal housing matters since 1990, and has additionally supervised statewide criminal housing matters since 2000. Housing Matters includes criminal prosecution of violations of state and municipal fire, building, health and related safety laws as well as landlord-tenant disputes. Professor Dicine is additionally an adjunct certified police instructor for the Connecticut Police Officer Standard and Training Council (POST) and an adjunct instructor for fire marshals and building officials for the Connecticut Office of Education and Data Management. Professor Dicine has written instructive materials and conducted hundreds of trainings on the legal aspects and obligations of safety code enforcement in Connecticut as well as across the United States. 

    Professor Dicine joined the University of New Haven Henry C. Lee School of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences as an adjunct professor in 2011, and was positioned as a Practitioner-in-Residence in 2012.