New Haven County Jail & Prison

Find New Haven County Connecticut jails, prisons, detention centers, departments of corrections, and penitentaries. Jails and prisons provide information on inmate searches, rosters, lookups, lists, records, and mugshot photos.


Cheshire Correctional Institution 900 Highland Avenue Cheshire CT 06410 203-651-6100


Cheshire Prison 900 Highland Avenue Cheshire CT 06410 203-651-6100

East Haven City Jail 471 North High Street East Haven CT 06512 203-468-3820

Hamden Prison 850 Mix Avenue Hamden CT 06514 203-248-5220

Manson Youth Institution 42 Jarvis Street Cheshire CT 06410 203-806-2500

Meriden City Jail 50 West Main Street Meriden CT 06451 203-630-6201

Milford City Jail 430 Boston Post Road Milford CT 06460 203-874-2366

Naugatuck City Jail 211 Spring Street Naugatuck CT 06770 203-729-5222

New Haven City Jail 1 Union Avenue New Haven CT 06519 203-946-6257

New Haven Correctional Center 245 Whalley Avenue New Haven CT 06511 203-974-4111

New Haven Juvenile Detention Center 239 Whalley Avenue New Haven CT 06511 203-786-0344

New Haven Prison 149 Rosette St New Haven CT 06519 203-772-2555

Waterbury City Jail 255 East Main Street Waterbury CT 06702 203-574-6920

Webster Correctional Institution 111 Jarvis Street Cheshire CT 06410 203-271-5900

West Haven City Jail 200 Saw Mill Road West Haven CT 06516 203-937-3900

Do Prison inmates work?

Federal Prison inmates and some State Prison inmates are required to work unless they have a medical restriction. Inmates who are participating in educational or treatment programs, or inmates who are considered a security risk, may receive an exemption from work requirements.

How can victims of a crime learn when an inmate is being released?

Most states have a Victim Services Unit or similar agency that can provide information on the release of inmates. In some cases, a petitioner may also be notified of parole hearings.

What is Good Conduct Time?

Good Conduct Time refers to time that can be deducted from an inmate's sentence as a result of good behavior. Though the actual formula for calculating Good Conduct Time is complex, a commonly used rule of thumb is that a year of good behavior can reduce a sentence by roughly 54 days.