A listing, updated nightly, of individuals being held in Department of Corrections facilities while awaiting trial. This data is appended on nightly basis reflecting the individual inmates being held in correctional facilities each day beginning July 1, 2016.
DOWNLOAD DATE: Date in which the data were extracted and reflecting the population for that day.
IDENITIFIER: Individual Inmate Identifier
LATEST ADMISSION DATE: Most 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.
RACE: Race of inmate
AGE: Age of inmate
BOND AMOUNT: Amount of bond for which the inmate is being held. In some instances, for particularly low (less than $100), this bond amount may be considered a place holder value
OFFENSE: Controlling offense for which the bond amount has been set.
FACILITY: Department of Correction facility where the inmate is currently held.
DETAINER: Denotes whether inmate is being held at the request of another criminal justice agency, or if another agency is to be notified upon release.
Online tool developed through a partnership between the Connecticut Secretary of the State and the Connecticut Data Collaborative, this portal allows for full-text searching, exploration and downloading of business registration records.
The Office of Policy and Management maintains a listing of all real estate sales with a sales price of $2,000 or greater that occur between October 1 and September 30 of each year. For each sale record, the file includes: town, property address, date of sale, property type (residential, apartment, commercial, industrial or vacant land), sales price, and property assessment
The Grand List is the aggregate valuation of taxable property within a given town. The Total Net Grand Lists by Town Data includes a breakdown for taxable categories and exemptions under the following column headings:
Town Name, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Public Utility, Vacant, Land Use, 10 Mill Forest, Apartments, Total Real, Real Exemptions, Total Net Real, Motor Vehicles, MV Exemptions, Total Net MV, Personal Property, Personal Property Exemptions, Total Net Personal Property, Total Net Grand List
Bus stop locations for CT Transit Hartford, New Haven, and New Britain area routes. CTtransit is in the process of consolidating GTFS files for the various CTtransit divisions over the next few months. At this point, Hartford, New Haven, and New Britain GTFS files are combined
A listing of retailers in Conneticut authorized to accept SNAP EBT benefits. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps, helps eligible individuals and families afford the cost of food at supermarkets, grocery stores and farmers’ markets.