Public Safety

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  • Fugitive Tip Line

    The Department of Correction (DOC) provides a 24 hour per day/7 days per week fugitive investigation tip line. The Parole Fugitive Investigations Unit is most interested in Parole absconders, transitional supervision escapees, and other cases deemed high profile. If you have any information call (860) 982 - 2372 or email

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • Inmate Accounts

    Anyone interested in sending money to an inmate can do so using the Inmate Trust Fund (ITF) through the Department of Correction (DOC). Funds are accepted through ITF by certified check, cashier's check, attorney check, employer check, refund check, social security check, tax refund, unemployment check or veteran's administration check via U.S. mail. Makes checks payable to the inmate and include: inmate first name, middle initial, last name, inmate number, date of birth, sender's full name and address. Send checks to: Inmate Trust Fund, P.O. Box 290800, Wethersfield, CT 06129-0800.

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • Inmate Phone System

    Friends and family of inmates can receive calls through the SECURUS phone system. Those receiving calls must create an account online or by phone. There are three account options: AdvanceConnect™, Traditional collect and Direct Bill.

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • Inmate Search

    Citizens can search for current inmates using their Connecticut Department of Correction (CT DOC) number, name and date of birth. Information regarding offenders currently incarcerated with the Department of Correction (DOC) is made available as a public service and in the interest of public safety. You are cautioned that the information on this site may not reflect the current status regarding an offender. Release dates are subject to change and not all statues are processed in the computer system.

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • IT Capital Investment Program - Project Status Reports

    Each agency receiving funds through the Information Technology Capital Investment Program must report semi-annually to the Information Technology Strategy and Investment Committee and OPM, IT Policy Director. The reports on this page are separated by those projects already completed (closed out) and projects still underway (Active).

    Agency: Office of Policy and Management
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS), Fire Data Reports and Incident Counts

    The Office of Education and Data Management (OEDM) is responsible for maintaining Connecticut's statistics for the U.S. Fire Administration’s (USFA) database for the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS). The NFIRS data provides fire information at the local, state and national levels, and assists fire service agencies and public officials in identifying fire-related problems and trends.

  • Parole and Community Services

    The Division of Parole and Community Services is the consolidated community supervision and enforcement functions of the Department of Correction and the Board of Parole. The Division is based in field offices in Hartford, New Haven, Bridgeport, Waterbury and New London. The officers assigned to this Division monitor the offenders in the community to ensure compliance with their conditions of release.

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • Sex Offender Registry

    The Connecticut Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection (DESPP) keeps an updated searchable record of sex offenders. Information provided includes the offenders last known address and physical descriptors as well as location, date, and details of the offense. The DESPP has not considered or assessed the specific risk of re-offense with regard to any individual prior to his or her inclusion within this Registry, and has made no determination that any individual included in the Registry is currently dangerous.

    Agency: Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
  • Social Work Services

    Social Work Services develops services and methods of service delivery designed to respect the client’s right to self-determination and empower and protect individuals, families and those who are economically disadvantaged or otherwise vulnerable.

    Agency: Department of Social Services
  • State Environmental Conservation Police

    The State Environmental Conservation Police (EnCon) protect the public and Connecticut's natural resources.  They work in many areas including fish and game, boating, wildlife management and parks and forests.

    Agency: Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
  • State Police Reports and Criminal History Checks

    The Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection (DESPP) provides instructions on how to get a copy of a police report or a criminal history record.

    Agency: Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
  • Victim Services

    The Victim Services Unit provided by the Department of Correction (DOC) seeks to give victims of crime empathy, dignity, respect as well as a voice in correctional policy-making. The Victim Services Unit notifies victims of any changes in the status of incarcerated or imprisoned inmates that could impact the victim's safety and security. Confidential request for Notification of Status of an Inmate form, Victim Update Change of Information form and the Victim Services Unit Handbook.

    Agency: Department of Correction
  • Violations of Crime Victims’ Rights

    The Office of the Victim Advocate provides oversight of state and private agencies, and advocacy to crime victims when a violation of their rights is at issue. The OVA receives and reviews complaints of persons concerning the actions of any state agency or other entity that provides services to crime victims.

    Agency: Office of the Victim Advocate
  • Visiting a Correctional Facility

    Inmate visiting guidelines and instructions, privileged/professional visits, facility visiting schedule.

    Agency: Department of Correction