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Connecticut 2016

Year: 
2016

 

The Prison and Jail System

Connecticut has a unified system which means there is an integrated state-level prison and jail system. There are six states with unified systems. They are: Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

As of December 31, 2016, Connecticut has 8 counties with 16 facilities and an incarcerated popluation of 14,957. There are 5,336 staff positions with a buget of $608 million.

The Community Corrections System

As of December 31, 2016, the Connecticut community corrections population was -- under probation and -- under parole.

Rates (Per 100K)

Incarceration Rate: 
290
Violent Crime Rate: 
227
Property Crime Rate: 
1,808
Probationers: 
1,461
Parolees: 
119

Populations

Prison Population: 
14,957
Parole Population: 
3,379
Probation Population: 
41,311

Facilities

Number of State Prison Facilities: 
16 facilities

Prisons

Cost Per Inmate: 
$ 50,262
Employee Positions: 
5,336
Prison Budget: 
$ 608,000,000