Connecticut has received ARPA Auto Theft and Violence funds to focus on reducing auto theft and other crimes in our communities. The goal is to work collaboratively to reduce these types of crimes, either by proactive patrols or by conducting investigations into the people responsible for these crimes.

Departments will also be working with units within the State Police Bureau of Special Investigations such as the Statewide Narcotics Task Force, Gun Tracing Task Force, Statewide Urban Violence Cooperative Crime Control Task Force, CT Regional Auto Theft Task Force and the Statewide Organized Crime Investigative Task Force.

This dashboard is currently under construction. Data comes from multiple sources, including data collected specifically for this project, National Incident Based Reporting System Data, and data extracted from the computerized criminal history file. This information will be updated monthly and will include the data that the local law enforcement agencies provide.

  1. NIBRS Baseline data
  2. Selected Charge Data
  3. Additional Firearms and Auto Related data
  4. CCH