Table of Contents
- How to Perform Connecticut Inmate Lookup
- What are Connecticut Jail Records?
- Jail and Inmate Search in Connecticut
- Criminal Justice Quick Facts
- Connecticut Parole Population
- Connecticut Prisons
- Connecticut Inmate Records by Counties
How to Perform Connecticut Inmate Lookup
Connecticut’s Department of Corrections keeps an offender database online so you can quickly and easily search for someone in prison and view details about their crimes and their whereabouts. It’s helpful if you have their CT DOC Inmate Number, but you can search with just name or date of birth via Connecticut prison inmate search tool. From there you will see a list of inmates that match the criteria. You can click on any of the inmates to see more details regarding their inmate number, name, date of birth, admission date, location, status, bond amount, sentencing information and estimated parole or release date.
Creating Public Jail Records
All different law enforcement agencies start the process of creating jail records from the time of arrest, charges filed, court appearance and sentencing. From there the prison takes over, and any events that occur including visiting, checkups, altercations or other actions get recorded in the inmate's permanent file. Connecticut inmate search records are updated whenever changes occur, and staff at the Department of Corrections updates them daily. Each new offense committed while incarcerated gets added to the record. Much of what is contained with these files are public record.
What are Connecticut Jail Records?
Connecticut jail inmate search records are all the documents created and compiled about a person in the state criminal system. From the time someone is arrested, a file is opened, and everything that happens is documented and added to the record. Each inmate has a complete jail record until they are released. Their record will include everything that has happened to them since they were charged. Some of the items may be mug shots, a RAP sheet, court rulings, and sentencing, prison health examinations and anything else that relates to events taking place in their prison life.
Jail and Inmate Search in Connecticut
CT is one of the six states that use a unified system integrating both the jails and prisons. The other five states are Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The state's current inmate population is 14,957 inmates. 5,336 staff members manage and maintain the prison fa-cilities in 8 different counties. The state operates on a budget of $608,000,000 for the year. CT holds not only convicted criminals but also those awaiting trial. CT uses a system of Risk Reduction Earned Credits that may help some inmates reduce their time and get released faster.
Criminal Justice Quick Facts
Connecticut Parole Population
Connecticut parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 2,939 people, 119 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 440 people more compared to the previous year, which has increased by 15.0%.
The state uses a unified justice system where jail and prison are integrated and not kept separate. They are one of only six states using this arrangement. Currently, CT has an inmate population of 14,957 in 16 facilities over eight counties. Their annual budget is $608 million, and a staff of 5,336 manages everything. It costs CT $50,262 to care for each inmate for a year. Along with those incarcerated, te state’s community corrections system has 3,379 prisoners on parole and another 41,311 inmates on probation. Per one hundred thousand residents, Connecticut’s incarceration rate is 290, their violent crime rate is 227, and their property crime rate is 1,808.
|Prison Name||Prison Type|
|Bridgeport Correctional Center||State Prison|
|Brooklyn Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Cheshire Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center||State Prison|
|Danbury FCI||Federal Prison|
|Enfield Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Garner Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Hartford Correctional Center||State Prison|
|MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Manson Youth Institution||State Prison|
|New Haven Correctional Center||State Prison|
|Northern Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Osborn Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Robinson Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution||State Prison|
|York Correctional Institution||State Prison|