Crimes Analysis Unit

The Crime Analysis Unit provides various analytical services to the Connecticut State Police, the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, Connecticut municipal police departments, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the media, and other consumers of Connecticut crime and traffic statistics.

The Crime Analysis Unit oversees several state-mandated programs, including the Connecticut Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, also referred to as the National Incident-Based Reporting Program (NIBRS), the Connecticut Family Violence Reporting Program, and the Connecticut Bias (Hate) Crime Reporting Program.  In addition to these mandated programs, the Crime Analysis Unit maintains statistical and summary data on motor vehicle enforcements, accidents, and related traffic events handled by the Connecticut State Police.

Connecticut Crime Data Repository

The Connecticut Crime Data Repository contains all crimes and arrests from 2014 to date that were reported to the Crimes Analysis unit by the 108 participating law enforcement agencies across the state. Those agencies include Connecticut State Police, municipalities with police departments, universities, tribal agencies, and special jurisdictions. The repository contains both Incident-Based Reporting System (IBRS) and Summary Reporting System (SRS) data.

The Summary Reporting System (SRS) was retired by the FBI on January 1, 2021 and all Connecticut law enforcement agencies were fully transitioned at that time. Prior to 2021, some agencies were still only reporting SRS formatted data, therefore it is recommended that SRS data be used prior to 2021 to examine crime statewide. IBRS data from 2021 forward is rolled-up to SRS data for year-over-year comparison purposes.

For a complete list of Connecticut agencies and when they began reporting IBRS formatted data, click here.  If you would like an account to create and save reports, please contact us.

Agencies are responsible for the timeliness, completeness, and accuracy of their data. In addition, they update their incident data as needed, therefore information in the repository is subject to change. Incidents that have not passed the FBI edits for completeness and accuracy are not published. The Connecticut Crime Data Repository reflects submissions from contributing agencies to-date.

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Annual Reports

Crime In Connecticut Annual Reports

Family Violence Annual Reports

Bias Motivated Crime Annual Reports

Arrest Trends

Crime Overview by Town

Forms, Instructions and Other Resources

Family Violence Program: DPS-230-C Family Violence Offense Report

Training Video for filling out Family Violence Form: Click Here

Law Enforcement Personnel: AGENCY FORM 10

For historical documents prior to 2017 click this link: Queryable Statistics

To obtain official, published FBI statistics for other states or the entire US: Crime Data Explorer

For American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Data: ARPA - American Rescue Plan Act - Data