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New Haven County, CT Public Records

New Haven public records include any written, audio or visual documentation generated, used or received by local agencies. There is a strong presumption of the availability of public records provided they do not infringe legal restrictions. Personal privacy is protected by the law, which restricts public access to records. Divorce records are usually public unless sealed by law and can be accessed via the Connecticut Judicial Branch Case Lookup portal. Other records, such as death, birth, and marriage, can be obtained by eligible requesters from the Vital Records Office. That includes parents, spouses, close relatives, and legal representatives. Property records in New Haven County are also public records and can be accessed by anyone through the Town Clerk in each municipality.

Courts in New Haven County

Court Records in New Haven County, Connecticut

New Haven county court records are available to the public unless otherwise specified in the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act. Records may be accessed online from the  Connecticut Judicial Branch for the Probate and Superior courts. Requesters may navigate to the criminal and civil case document links by visiting the county Case Lookup page. Civil, family, housing, and small claims cases are also available on the Superior Court Lookup page. Criminal and motor vehicle case records have a separate Lookup page. New Haven also provides access to sex offender registries via the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry so offenders can obtain information on registered sex offenders residing within the cities and towns located in New Haven County. Interested parties can search for a specific offender by name or locate all registered sex offenders in a particular neighborhood by inputting a street address or zip code.

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142 East Main Street
45 S. Main Street, #114
200 Orange Street, 1st Floor
New Haven
355 Main Street, 2nd Floor
West Haven
70 West River Street
253 Main Street, 2nd Floor
501 Main Street, South #103
49 Leavenworth Street

Jails and Prisons in New Haven County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in New Haven County, Connecticut

The Connecticut Department of Corrections maintains and makes available to the public records of incarcerated inmates. New Haven County inmate records can be accessed using an inmate search tool provided by the department. This allows interested parties to locate inmates in any county facility. To search, one can use the inmate's name, date of birth, or inmate number. The search results will provide the individual's physical details, charges, sentencing information, and where they are being held. Visitors must complete a form and wait for confirmation before scheduling a visit. Only visitors on the inmate's approved list can visit, and appointments must be scheduled 72 hours in advance. Each inmate can have up to three visitors for a 30-minute visit, either in person or through video visitation. New Haven County has 15 Jails & Prisons serving 135,081 residents. It is ranked fourth out of eighth in jails per capita.

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42 Jarvis Street
471 North High Street
East Haven
2900 Dixwell Avenue
400 Church Street
142 East Main Street
430 Boston Post Road
211 Spring Street
One Union Street
New Haven
255 East Main Street
200 Saw Mill Road
West Haven

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in New Haven County

Arrest Records in New Haven County, Connecticut

New Haven County arrest records contain details about apprehensions following suspected criminal activity. These are subject to open public records laws and are generated by the local police departments in New Haven County. Arrest records typically include the person's physical details, charges, the arresting officer, and circumstances surrounding the incident. If there are no non-confidential details within the arrest records, they can be accessed by any interested party from local police departments. That is at a designated price per page of the report. New Haven County has 38 Police Departments and ranks 6th out of 8 in terms of Police Departments per capita. The crime rate is 38.92 per 1,000 residents.

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