CT Inmate Search

Searching for a Connecticut Inmate?

The web site of the Connecticut Department of Corrections provides information about inmates. Click to the Offender Information Search page and enter a name. You will be given the inmate ID number, date of birth and facility. Click on the inmate ID number and you will be able to review:
  • latest admission date
  • status of inmate
  • bond amount
  • offense
  • maximum sentence
  • maximum release date
  • estimated release date

Searching for Information about a Connecticut Prison?

There are 18 prison facilities in Connecticut. Click to the Facilities Page. Click a link and you can view the facility:
  • address
  • phone
  • population information
  • general information
  • link to a visiting schedule in PDF document

Click over to the Directions Page and by clicking the name of the prison you will find the directions to that facility.

Searching for Visiting Information?

Click to the Facility Visiting Schedule Page to find information you will need to visit an inmate. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you can click on the link of the prison to get specific visiting hours.

Want to Send Money to an Inmate?

Directions are found on the Inmate Trust Funds Page. Note the links at the bottom of the page for helpful forms.

Ever Wonder What it Looks Like Inside a Prison?

The Facility Photographs page is intended to provide the public with a glimpse inside of Connecticut's 18- correctional facilities.

More Helpful Links for Families

If you go to the Family and Friends Information page, you will see two important links to PDF files:
  • Advance Pay Inmate Telephone Calls
  • Family and Friends Handbook

Connecticut County Jails

There are a few counties (and cities) that place inmate information online. They are listed below:

Hartford (Police-Daily Arrests)
Westhaven (Most Wanted)

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