Connecticut Sentenced Inmates in Correctional Facilities

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This dataset shows individuals being held in Connecticut Department of Correction (DOC) facilities who are sentenced to a period of incarceration.

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The Connecticut Department of Correction (DOC) is committed to public safety, staff safety, and the safe, secure and humane supervision of offenders who are committed to its custody and care. The staff of nearly 7,000 dedicated men and women, representing the broad range of professional disciplines, takes great pride in the performance of its duties and the protection of the public.

The Connecticut Department of Correction protects the public and the staff and provide safe, secure and humane supervision of offenders with opportunities that support successful community reintegration.

Upon admission, health services personnel meet with all inmates. This initial screening seeks to identify individuals with acute medical and mental health issues and those who may be at risk for self-harm. Newly admitted inmates are assigned to an Orientation Unit to provide a period of time for adjustment, and to further assess, monitor and ensure they are in an appropriate correctional setting.

Date Created

2017-08-22

Last Modified

2018-10-22

Version

2018-10-22

Update Frequency

Daily

Temporal Coverage

2017-2018

Spatial Coverage

Connecticut

Source

John Snow Labs; Department of Correction;

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Keywords

Inmates Data, Connecticut Crime Reports, United States Crime, Pre-Trial Inmates CT, Inmates Data CT, CT State Inmate, Connecticut Inmates Status, Inmates Bail Amount

Other Titles

CT Pre-Trial Inmates Data 2018, Connecticut Inmates Statistical Data 2018

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
DateDate in which the data were extracted.date-
IdentifierIndividual Inmate Identifierstring-
Admission_DateMost recent date in which the inmate has been admitted. In some instances, this may reflect an original date of admission to a correctional facility. Generally, if a date is more than one year old, an inmate should not be considered to have been held for the entire duration of that time.date-
RaceRace of inmatestring-
GenderGender of inmate (Male, Female)string-
AgeAge of inmateintegerlevel : Ratio
End_of_Sentence_Datedate of termination of sentencedate-
OffenseControlling offense for which the bond amount has been set.string-
FacilityDepartment of Correction facility where the inmate is currently held.string-
DetainerDenotes whether the inmate is being held at the request of another criminal justice agency, or if another agency is to be notified upon release.string-
Senetence_DaysDays of sentenceintegerlevel : Ratio
Special_Parole_End_DateEnd date of special paroledate-
DateIdentifierAdmission_DateRaceGenderAgeEnd_of_Sentence_DateOffenseFacilityDetainerSenetence_DaysSpecial_Parole_End_Date
2017-08-29ZZRJWWHL2016-01-14BLACKM34CRIMINAL ATTEMPTHARTFORD CC
2017-12-15ZZECEHEW2017-05-05WHITEM57CRIMINAL ATTEMPTHARTFORD CC
2017-09-23ZZHWJEBR2015-05-29BLACKM25CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-09-24ZZHWJEBR2015-05-29BLACKM25CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-09-25ZZHWJEBR2015-05-29BLACKM25CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-09-30ZZHZEHEH2016-10-03BLACKM36CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-10-01ZZHZEHEH2016-10-03BLACKM36CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-10-02ZZHZEHEH2016-10-03BLACKM36CRIMINAL ATTEMPTNEW HAVEN CC
2017-08-24ZZHWCRWC2017-01-17BLACKM282019-01-05CONSPIRACYGARNER731
2017-08-25ZZHWCRWC2017-01-17BLACKM292019-01-05CONSPIRACYGARNER731