This is a listing of the vehicles that were towed in the past 30 days and it is updated hourly. It shows vehicle information, license plate number, and where the vehicle was towed along with other information. When there is a large volume of towing in will take a while for the information to be updated. This data set does not include vehicles coded in the database as evidence, operator arrested, suspected stolen, or all holds.
This report provides information at the state and town level of people served by the Connecticut Department of Social Services for the Calendar Years 2012-2018 by demographics (gender, age-groups, race, and ethnicity) at the state and town level by Medical Benefit Plan (Husky A-D, Husky limited benefit, MSP and Other Medical); Assistance Type (Cash, Food, Medical, Other); and Program (CADAP, CHCPE, CHIP, ConnTRANS, Medicaid, Medical, MSP, Refugee Cash, Repatriation, SAGA, SAGA Funeral, SNAP, Social Work Services, State Funded Medical, State Supplement, TFA).
NOTE: On April 22, 2019 the methodology for determining HUSKY A Newborn recipients changed, which caused an increase of recipients for that benefit starting in October 2016. We now count recipients recorded in the ImpaCT system as well as in the HIX system for that assistance type, instead using HIX exclusively.
Also, the methodology for determining the address of the recipients has changed:
1. The address of a recipient in the ImpaCT system is now correctly determined specific to that month instead of using the address of the most recent month. This resulted in some shuffling of the recipients among townships starting in October 2016.
2. If, in a given month, a recipient has benefit records in both the HIX system and in the ImpaCT system, the address of the recipient is now calculated as follows to resolve conflicts: Use the residential address in ImpaCT if it exists, else use the mailing address in ImpaCT if it exists, else use the address in HIX. This change in methodology causes a reduction in counts for most townships starting in March 2017 because a single address is now used instead of two when the systems do not agree.
NOTE: On February 14 2019, the enrollment counts for 2012-2015 across all programs were updated to account for an error in the data integration process. As a result, the count of the number of people served increased by 13% for 2012, 10% for 2013, 8% for 2014 and 4% for 2015. Counts for 2016, 2017 and 2018 remain unchanged.