Lou Luba has been a prosecutor with the Division of Criminal Justice since 1995, working out of the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney Special Investigations Unit/Statewide Prosecution Bureau, New Britain – G.A. # 15, and Windham Judicial District – Part A. He holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from the Rochester Institute of Technology, a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law, a M.P.A. from the nation’s top ranked Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, a Masters in Homeland Security with a concentration in Terrorism Studies from the American Military University, as well as graduate studies at the Naval War College, Naval Justice School and National Defense University. He holds professional certifications in Criminal Investigations through the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute and Cyber Investigations through the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in School Law from the University of Connecticut.
He is one of the state’s leading prosecutors in sexual assaults and computer crime related cases. He has been a presenter at several national and international conferences on the issue of non-consensual pornography and computer facilitated sexual violence and is a POST certified instructor regularly teaching at the Law Enforcement Council in Norwich. Beyond his work as a prosecutor, Lou is a retired Commander from the U.S. Coast Guard, having served three overseas deployments, and is a recognized subject matter expert in coastal warfare and port security operations.