Does Connecticut have county jails?
There are no county jails in Connecticut, all inmates are in custody of the Department of Correction.
Are there any private prisons in CT?
However, the private prison population has declined 16% since reaching its peak in 2012 with 137,220 people. Declines in private prisons’ use make these latest overall population numbers the lowest since 2006 when the population was 113,791….
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How to search for an inmate in Connecticut?
Visit the Connecticut State Department of Correction website
How to locate an inmate?
Locate a Federal Inmate To locate someone who is currently an inmate in a federal prison, or has been anytime since 1982, visit the Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate locator. You can look up inmates in two ways: First and last name (required) and middle name, age, race, and sex (optional)
What is an inmate locator?
DOC Inmate Locator. The Inmate Locator is a database that contains information about each inmate currently under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections (DOC). The Inmate Locator is a useful tool for learning where an inmate is housed, the inmate’s race, date of birth and other information.
How do you search for an inmate in jail?
Go to the clerk’s office in the court where the inmate was convicted and ask for a search on the inmate’s name. If you are in jail with the inmate, you cannot find out about his charges unless he shares that information with you.