Here are addresses and phone numbers of individual units and work farms for reference. Most state prisoners can be located using the official offender search provided by the official DOC website, which can be found linked below. If you are looking for a county inmate or someone who has not been sentenced yet, use the "Inmate Search" button on the right.
Search for inmates in Connecticut
Find inmates housed in the jails and prisons listed here. More searches are added when available, if you don't see your county, press the "Inmate Search" button. Information you'll receive can include offense reports, list of charges filed, arresting agency and requirements necessary for release.
- Local authority within state boundaries that governs smaller communities.
- Detention facility with criminal detainees awaiting trial or serving shorter sentences.
- Person in the custody of law enforcement for alleged illegal activity. Prisoner or convict.
More about corrections in Connecticut
It was very quick work rounding up the counties here. To get the out of town visitors up to speed, here's a quick history of county jail inmate search in Connecticut. County structured government was abolished in 1960, leaving the 9 existing county jails to become state jails, eventually merging with the DOC in 1968. Keeping track of inmates here is easy since arrest logs are listed though an often overlooked inmate locator is the common telephone.
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