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Connecticut Public Records

The Connecticut Freedom of Information Act, signed into law in 1975, defines public records and the rights of the people to inspect and make copies of them. Records are “public” when they are kept by a public agency. They can exist in the form of typed, written, recorded, printed, or photographed items.

Exceptions include law enforcement investigative files, personnel and medical files, pending claims and litigation strategy records, trade secrets, personal financial data, student records, adoption records, and records that could compromise public safety or personal privacy.

Under the “Resources” heading you will find the statewide CT databases we have evaluated and described.  More resources are a click away via the side menus, where you can explore city, county, and professional license databases.

  • Court System - Connecticut has a unified court system with three levels. At the first level is the Superior Court, which has 15 judicial districts, 22 geographical areas, and 14 juvenile districts. The Connecticut Superior Court is the sole trial court of general jurisdiction and is comprised of civil, criminal, housing, and family divisions. At the second level is the Appellate Court, which reviews Superior Court decisions. At the third and highest level is the Connecticut Supreme Court, which reviews decisions made by both lower courts. Connecticut also has a Probate Court to oversee matters concerning estates, trusts, adoptions, conservators, guardians, and commitment of the mentally ill.  Connecticut Court Records
  • Criminal Records - Most misdemeanors, felonies, violations, and infractions are handled by the Criminal Division of the Superior Court. Exceptions include juvenile delinquency cases, which are handled by the Family Division of the Superior Court.  For quick access to criminal databases, and to learn more about official searches, go to our Connecticut Criminal Records page.
  • Vital Records – Certificate copies can be obtained from the: Health Dept Vital Records, 410 Capitol Ave., 1st Floor, Hartford, CT 06134, (860) 509-7700. Divorce certificates are available from the Clerk of Superior Court in the county where the divorce was granted.  Go to our Vital Records page for current and historical birth indexes from many towns and counties; statewide deaths & burials from 1772 to 1934, the Social Security Death Index for Connecticut, and available city & county databases for deaths, burials, and cemeteries; statewide historical marriages, and available city & county marriage databases; and family court divorce records, dockets and calendars.

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