Connecticut Department of Corrections Inmate Search

The Connecticut Department of Corrections was established in 1968 from its preceding State Jail Administration agency. The CDOC headquarters is in Wethersfield and the executive head of CDOC is Scott Semple, Commissioner. There are 18 facilities that are managed by CDOC and total of approximately 7000 employees.Total five officers died on duty since the establishment of department.

The Connecticut Department of Corrections maintains the record of all inmates serving their sentence in Connecticut state prisons. Any body can easily search the inmates present in CT state prisons through Connecticut DOC offender information search system. The inmates serving in federal prisons located within the territory of Connecticut state is maintained by Federal Bureau of Prisons and can be searched easily through BOP website managed by Federal BOP.

Connecticut State Jails

In Connecticut State inmates are kept in federal prisons and in Connecticut state prisons. Other prisons includes respective county, city, police and military prisons. The Connecticut State currently take the inmates to jails listed below. The inmate database is maintained by respective jail department.

Top Crimes in Connecticut State

As per official records, the Connecticut state has arrest rate of 28 criminals per 1000 people. The national average arrest rate is 36 criminals per 1000 people. So arrest rate of Connecticut state is lower than the national arrest rate.

The list of most committed crimes in Connecticut state are given below with number of times the crime is reported.

Crime CategoryAmount
Other Assults17935
Property Crimes14845
Larceny Theft11971
Disorderly Conduct11640
Drug Abuse Violations9349
Violent Crimes3741
Aggravated Assault2441

Connecticut Department of Corrections Inmate Search

Connecticut State Prison Insight

AuthorityConnecticut Department of Corrections (DOC)
Connecticut State Prison Inmate
Address24 Wolcott Hill RoadWethersfield, CT 06109